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Extraordinary Talk on Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus by Fr. Isaac Mary Relyea April 2, 2019

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I really like Father Isaac Mary Relyea, and here he delivers an exceedingly entertaining and watchable 80 minute talk on perhaps the most neglected, misunderstood, and deliberately ignored doctrine in modern Church life, Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus (EENS), or there is no salvation outside the Church.  Father approaches the topic from its innumerable and unprecedentedly strong supports in the history of dogmatic theology, but also from a profoundly practical and pastoral -in the true sense of the word – standpoint.

Many faithful Catholics today have family members who are outside visible communion with Holy Mother Church.  The doctrine of EENS causes those of us with most or all of our family outside the Church grave concern.  But there are reasons to hope, and Father elucidates those.  However, this is not the false hope of the modernists and indifferentists, who pretend that it makes no difference to God whether one exists inside the sole ark of salvation He instituted for men’s salvation.  It is hope in the goodness and love of God, which is infinite, and in the power of prayer and pen ance, which exist and work outside of our narrow conceptions of time.

I pray you find this sermon as enjoyable and edifying as I did.  Please pray for Father Isaac Mary Relyea and all good, faithful priests, they are under the most extreme attack and need our prayers and support.

There were other talks from The Fatima Center conference held in Houston last month that I hope to post later, including some from Father Michael Rodriguez.  My esteem for The Fatima Center only continues to grow as I see the excellent work they are doing for the good of souls and the restoration of our Holy Mother the Church.

Comments

1. guy Mcclung - April 2, 2019

Excellent talk. Re “ignored doctrine”: I did not ignore it and just published something that deals with this dogma and what true ecumenism means for a faithful catholic if this is true:

https://www.the-american-catholic.com/2019/03/25/bergolgian-heresies-false-ecumenism-new-religion/

Guy McClung, Texas

2. Baseballmomof8 - April 2, 2019

Beautiful talk, filled with Truth and Hope. Thank you.

3. Brian E. Breslin - April 3, 2019

Tantum, great to have you back on the blog. Missed you like crazy, man! Thank you so much for posting this. Hope you and your family are all well.

Tantumblogo - April 9, 2019

Thanks, brother! I hope to do more if I can find the time.

4. Skeinster - April 5, 2019

Well, look at you, being all blogging again.
What a delight to see.

Thanks for the video- as you know, this is a subject dear to my heart, as well as yours.
Kind of the whole practical purpose of my life, really. Any encouragement within doctrinal truth is always appreciated.

5. Shari Ollis - April 19, 2019

Good Friday, April 19, 2019 “For the sake of His sorrowful passion – have mercy on us and on the whole world.”

Greetings – I am responding to this recent email received by you, however, my reply has nothing to do with Extra *Ecclesiam Nulla Salus *(EENS). I was not sure how to email my question, so I am trying this way.

I have followed your blog for several years and respect your position on many of the church’s issues. I was hoping that you could tell me your thoughts on having men AND women of all ages and race picked for the washing of the feet by the parish priest.

It seems of late, for the first time in my life, that there is talk about how the church should only have men re-enact the washing of the feet. Seems since that is the way it was at the time of Jesus we are not to do different.

If this were the case, why do women get to receive Holy Communion as there were only the 12 Apostles (all men) whom received the Eucharist on Holy Thursday.

Please let me know your thoughts on this. I may be missing something and if so I I trust your thoughts. I truly understand if you should feel the same that only men should re-enact this beautiful servant teaching of our Lord. I have always looked forward to your thoughts via your blogs due to your extensive reading and study background which to me makes you somewhat of an expert in the catholic faith. Even though I may not agree I respect your position. Anything you can add or share on the subject is most appreciative.

Sincerely, Shari

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On Mon, Apr 1, 2019 at 9:19 PM A Blog for Dallas Area Catholics wrote:

> Tantumblogo posted: “I really like Father Isaac Mary Relyea, and here he > delivers an exceedingly entertaining and watchable 80 minute talk on > perhaps the most neglected, misunderstood, and deliberately ignored > doctrine in modern Church life, Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus (EENS)” >


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