Religious Liberty Questioned (The Dubia)

Religious Liberty Questioned (The Dubia)

By Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre
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Archbishop Lefebvre and Bishop Tissier de Mallerais methodically investigate the issue of religious liberty, providing a clear picture of what the Church has always taught, what the Second Vatican Council taught, and how they are inconsistent.

We are obliged to make a decision. Naturally, in our liberal period, many people find it difficult to understand how we can support beliefs that are "outdated," "antiquated," "mediaeval," and so on. However, the Church's doctrine is the Church's doctrine. When the Popes denounced freedom of thought, freedom of conscience, and freedom of religion, they stated why. Long encyclicals on the subject were written by Pope Leo XIII. It is only necessary to read them to comprehend the reasons for these condemnations; the same is true for Popes Pius IX and Gregory XVI.

All of this, once again, is founded on the Church's fundamental doctrines, namely, that the Church is truth, the only truth. This is how it is; you either believe it or you don't, but if you believe, you must face the consequences. As a result, I do not believe that the Council's pronouncements on liberty of conscience, liberty of thought, and liberty of religion can be reconciled with what previous popes have taught. As a result, we must make a decision. Either we select what the popes have taught for centuries and the Church, or we choose what the Council said. However, because they are contradictory, we cannot choose both at the same time.--Archbishop Lefebvre, Religious Liberty Questioned

You, too, will be faced with a choice. And choose we must.

178 pp. Softcover.
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