Tuesday, 29 May 2018

Chevalier Charles Coulombe on Is Church Discipline Infallible?

An excellent video in which the Chevalier discusses Church discipline and the Magisterium. He points out that discipline, per se, is neither fallible nor infallible, whilst it can be strict or lax. He uses as examples, fasting and Canon Law. Since both have been changed (both within my lifetime, in fact), they cannot be infallible, since infallible statements, of their nature, cannot change. This is a basic theology lesson that Francis seems not to have learned.


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