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What’s New from 1/1/2018

10/19/2021 - New RJMI audio:

 

·         General Discussion 4

 

This discussion took place on the Irish Sedevacantist chat site. Accessed in the RJMI Audio Lectures page.

 

10/19/2021 - New RJMI article and audio:

 

·         Catechism Lesson 4: Sports, recreation, proper use of animals in sports, and hunting

 

Accessed on the Catholic Catechism Lessons menu, which is accessed in the Pastoral Menu.

 

10/16/2021 - New RJMI article and audio:

 

·         Catechism Lesson 3: Obligation to Profess the Faith and Judge and Punish Sinners

 

Accessed on the Catholic Catechism Lessons menu, which is accessed in the Pastoral Menu.

 

10/14/2021 – Re-added lectures:

 

·         I re-added RJMI Video Lectures that were taken down by YouTube. They are now on my severer. All the links should work. If one or more does not work, let me know.

 

10/4/2021 – New RJMI article:

 

·         Catholics Are Banned by God from Taking Covid 19 Vaccines

 

10/4/2021 – Notice:

 

Without warning and without a reason, last week YouTube removed all my videos that are on its site and my MLR Productions page. Hence, I am in the process of uploading those videos to my website server. However, as I said before, I can send you all the works that are on my website on an external hard drive. It is most probable that there will be a period of time in which my website will not be accessible at all on the Internet.

 

9/29/2021 – New refutation in document and audio format contained in the RJMI Refutation menu:

 

·         Excommunication Decree of Marie Bowe and Jane Bowe

 

9/25/21 – New RJMI Brief added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         Brief on Predestination

 

9/20/21 – New RJMI Brief added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         Brief on Divorce and Remarriage

 

9/16/21 – New RJMI Brief added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         Brief on Tithes

 

9/10/21 – New RJMI Brief added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         Brief on St. Paul and the Law

 

9/8/2021 - New RJMI article and audio:

 

·         Catechism Lesson 2: Basic Dogmas

 

Accessed on the Catholic Catechism Lessons menu, which is accessed in the Pastoral Menu.

 

9/8/2021 - New RJMI audio:

 

·         General Discussion 3

 

This discussion took place on the Irish Sedevacantist chat site. Accessed in the RJMI Audio Lectures page.

 

9/2/2021 – New RJMI audio:

 

·         General Discussion 2

 

This discussion took place on the Irish Sedevacantist chat site. Accessed in the RJMI Audio Lectures page.

 

9/2/21 - New RJMI article:

 

·         Worthy and Unworthy Candidates for Baptism

 

9/2//21 - Revisions and corrections to RJMI article:

 

·         St. Augustine on Formal Heretics and the Salvation Dogma

 

 

·         Correction:

 

I did not refer to catechumens as Christians, as Catholics. I have since discovered that they are Christians. Hence corrections were made in this version in which some of the theology also had to be changed.

 

·         Correction:

 

From

 

The unbaptized catechumen who inculpably doubts or denies a basic dogma and attempts to get baptized into the Catholic Church commits a mortal sin of disobedience for not believing a basic dogma and incurs the penalty of not being able to be Catholic. Hence when he gets baptized, he only gets the indelible mark and thus does not enter the Catholic Church but remains outside the Catholic Church as a baptized catechumen even though he thinks he is Catholic. He still adheres to the Catholic Church as a catechumen and thus as a friend of the Church. As soon as he knows and believes all the basic dogmas, he then enters the Catholic Church and gets the other baptismal gifts of sanctifying grace, the remission of sins, and membership in the Catholic Church, and thus becomes Catholic.

 

 

To

 

Candidates who profess belief in the Catholic faith but are inculpably ignorant of a basic dogma must not be baptized because one cannot be a member of the Catholic Church unless he knows and believes all the basic dogmas. If he does get baptized, he only gets the indelible mark. He will not get the other gifts of baptism until he knows and believes all the basic dogmas; at which point he will then get membership in the Catholic Church and get the sanctifying grace of baptism which will remit all of his sins and the punishment due to his sins.

 

·         Correction

 

From:

 

A Catholic infant who just attains the use of reason and inculpably doubts or denies a basic dogma is not a formal heretic; however, he cannot be Catholic because he does not know and believe all the basic dogmas and thus violates the necessity-of-means dogmatic law that men cannot be Catholic unless they know and believe all the basic dogmas. By violating this law, he commits a mortal sin of disobedience and incurs the penalty of not being able to be Catholic. Hence he gets automatically excommunicated from the Catholic Church, not as a formal heretic but as a catechumen. Consequently, he was not Catholic the instant he attained the use of reason. The only time he was Catholic was when he was an infant, when he did not have the use of reason…

 

 

To:

 

And there is one case that needs special consideration. Infants baptized into the Catholic Church who attain the use of reason and are inculpably ignorant of a basic dogma. An infant who is baptized into the Catholic Church is a member of the Catholic Church. However, if he does not know or believe in all the basic dogmas when he attains the use of reason, he cannot be a member and thus fell outside the Catholic Church because to be a member of the Church one must know and believe all the basic dogmas. Whatever theology is used to explain how and when he fell outside the Catholic Church, the theology must uphold the dogma that he did fall outside the Catholic Church and thus is not a member of the Church. What follows is my theology, my allowable opinion.

To fall outside the Catholic Church, he had to be guilty of a mortal sin. The question, then, is what mortal sin is he guilty of? It is the mortal sin of heresy, which he got from his parents previous to his attaining the use of reason. Because the parents were not teaching their child all the basic dogmas, at least by rote, before he attained the use of reason, the exterior intention of the parents was that their child not know and believe all the basic dogmas and thus the parents became formal heretics and so did their child. This is based upon my opinion that baptized infants without the use of reason get their faith from the exterior intention of their parents or guardians. And, in this case, because the parents did not will (exteriorly intend) for their child to know and believe all the basic dogmas, the parents become formal heretics and thus became nominal Catholics and their infant gets this guilt from his parents and thus also becomes a formal heretic and nominal Catholic. As such, the child cannot not reenter the Catholic Church until he knows and believes all the basic dogmas, which if he is attending a Catholic church would happen within a very short period of time. And the parents do not reenter the Catholic Church until they confess their neglect in teaching their infant all the basic dogmas, either by confessing their guilt specifically or in a general way.

(See RJMI book Baptized Non-Catholic Infants and Children: The Allowable Opinion That Baptized Infants Get Their Faith from the Exterior Intention of Their Guardians.)

 

9/2//21 - Correction to RJMI Book that needs to be made:

 

·         The Minister’s Sacramental Intention

 

While I refuted the opinion that a minister must interiorly intend to confect a sacrament for it to be valid, I did not refer to this opinion as a heresy but as an allowable opinion that may be a heresy. Here is what I say in the book: “If, indeed, none of the Church Fathers taught the interior intention opinion, then this opinion would be condemned by the ordinary magisterium because it was rejected by the unanimous consensus of the Church Fathers by their unanimous defense of the need of only an exterior intention. Hence the exterior intention opinion would be a truth that belongs to the ordinary magisterium.” I have since discovered that the interior intention opinion is heresy because not one Church Father ever taught that the minster must interiorly intend to confect the sacrament for it to be valid. I have not yet corrected this book but left it up as my refutation of the interior intention opinion remains the same. When I have some time I will correct it.

 

8/27/21 – Revisions and correction to RJMI book:

 

·         Sacraments without a Priest

 

Correction:

 

The law for validity for marriage regarding the form and matter that I used was the current and invalid law from the time of the invalid and heretical Council of Trent, which heretically changed the unchangeable matter of the sacrament, which was only the spouses themselves, by requiring an authorized minister and two witnesses as part of the matter and thus for validity.  Previous to that, going back to the beginning of the Church, the only matter of the sacrament was the spouses themselves.

 

8/27/21 - Removed RJMI book for corrections and revisions:

·         Matrimony, Legality and Validity

 

8/24/2021 – New RJMI audio:

 

·         General Discussion 1

 

This discussion took place on the Irish Sedevacantist chat site. Accessed in the RJMI Audio Lectures page.

 

8/23/2021 – Minor revisions and several additions to RJMI book:

 

·         The Great Apostasy

 

8/18/21 – New Catholic Catechism Lesson article and audio:

 

·         Catechism Lesson 1: The Three Pillars, Wear Sacramentals, Holy Images

 

On the Catholic Catechism Lessons menu, accessed from the Pastoral menu.

 

8/18/21 – Minor revisions and a few additions have been made to two books:

·         The Desecration of Catholic Places

·         The Catholic Prayer Book

 

8/12/21 – New RJMI article:

 

·         Introduction to Online Catechism Lessons

 

Accessed on the Catholic Catechism Lessons menu, which is accessed in the Pastoral Menu.

 

Unless otherwise noted, these lessons will take place on the 7th weekday at Thomas Delaney’s Irish Sedevacante chat group. They will be done in audio format, and the members of that group can ask questions.

 

The lessons will first be posted on the chat site in document format before the 7th weekday so that the members can read it. I will then read it on the 7th weekday with additional comments and will take questions. I will then post the document and audio on my website at www.JohnTheBaptist.us in the RJMI Catechism Lessons menu, accessed by the Pastoral menu. Hence each lesson will be on my website in a concise document format and extensive audio format which will contain additional comments and questions and answers.

 

These online lessons will allow me to communicate with many people throughout the world on the same day and all at once. St. Paul, as well as all evangelists and other teachers of the faith, would have loved to have the ability to do this. Hence this will not take up too much of my time, and thus I can continue to do my other works during the week. And I will also be able to communicate other things to the members of the group that are not related to the catechism lessons.

 

8/6/21 – New RJMI Brief added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         Brief on The Old Testament elect’s sins were covered but not remitted

 

7/30/21 – New RJMI Brief added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         Brief on Meanings of Generation

 

7/23/21 – New RJMI Brief added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         Brief on Signs and wonders

 

7/16/21 – New RJMI Brief added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         Brief on Seals, Trumpets, and Vials of the Apocalypse

 

7/7/21 – New RJMI Brief added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         Brief on Faith and works are necessary for salvation

 

7/1/21 – New RJMI Brief added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         Brief on The Battle of Armagedon

 

6/29/21 – New RJMI article added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         William Norris Is Not the Other Witness

          

6/25/21 – New RJMI Brief added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         Brief on Just wars and capital and corporal punishment

 

RJMI’s Briefs are Long Commentaries contained in the end of The Catholic Bible, revised by RJMI (not yet available).

                

6/18/21 – New RJMI Brief added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         Brief on The seven heads and ten horns of the Beast

 

RJMI’s Briefs are Long Commentaries contained in the end of The Catholic Bible, revised by RJMI (not yet available).

                

6/18/21 – Correction to Brief on The New Covenant replaced the Old Covenant

 

From:

 

At the instant of Christ’s death, the sacrificed Christ replaced the animal sacrifices, baptism replaced circumcision, the Melchisedec priesthood (the Christian priesthood) replaced the Levitical priesthood, the pope replaced the high priest, the Christian hierarchy replaced the Levitical hierarchy, Christianity replaced Judaism, and the Lord’s Day replaced the Sabbath Day.

To:

At the instant of Christ’s death, the sacrificed Christ replaced the animal sacrifices, baptism replaced circumcision, the Melchisedec priesthood (the Christian priesthood) replaced the Levitical priesthood, the pope replaced the high priest, the Christian hierarchy replaced the Levitical hierarchy, and Christianity replaced Judaism. And when Christ rose from the dead, the Lord’s Day replaced the Sabbath Day.

 

6/18/21 – Spelling correction in Brief on Legitimate vs. illegitimate dispute regarding Mosaic laws

Mosiac to Mosaic. This correction does not merit a new revision date.

 

6/18/21 – Correction to Brief on Eye for an eye, turn the other cheek, and let go of thy cloak

Lk. 8 to Jn. 8. This correction does not merit a new revision date.

 

6/18/21 – Addition to Brief on The meanings of sleep

From:

It means being awake but sluggish.

To:

It means being awake but sluggish, slothful, or unaware.

 

6/11/21 – New RJMI Brief added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         Brief on The meanings of sleep

 

RJMI’s Briefs are Long Commentaries contained in the end of The Catholic Bible, revised by RJMI (not yet available).

               

6/4/21 – New RJMI Brief added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         Brief on The two raptures at the end of the world

 

RJMI’s Briefs are Long Commentaries contained in the end of The Catholic Bible, revised by RJMI (not yet available).

               

5/28/21 – New RJMI Brief added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         Brief on the Particular Judgment and the General Judgment

 

RJMI’s Briefs are Long Commentaries contained in the end of The Catholic Bible, revised by RJMI (not yet available).

               

5/21/21 – New RJMI Brief added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         Brief on Dreams

 

RJMI’s Briefs are Long Commentaries contained in the end of The Catholic Bible, revised by RJMI (not yet available).

               

5/17/21 – New RJMI Brief added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         Brief on All Things Are Possible with God

 

RJMI’s Briefs are Long Commentaries contained in the end of The Catholic Bible, revised by RJMI (not yet available).

               

5/13/21 – New RJMI letter added to the “RJMI Catholic Letters” menu:

 

·         RJMI’s Letter against the RINO’s and for Donald Trump

 

This is the RJMI response to a donation request letter sent from the Republican National Committee.

                

5/7/21 – New RJMI Brief added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         Brief on Rich and Poor

 

RJMI’s Briefs are Long Commentaries contained in the end of The Catholic Bible, revised by RJMI (not yet available).

               

5/3/21 – New pictures from 2021 added to “Picture Gallery of MLR Good Sixth Weekday Processions” on the “Pictures” menu. Due to New Mexico’s Covid-19 Coronavirus quarantine restrictions, we were unable to have our annual procession; however, there are other group photographs.

         

4/30/21 – New RJMI Brief added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         Brief on Eye for an eye, turn the other cheek, and let go of thy cloak

 

RJMI’s Briefs are Long Commentaries contained in the end of The Catholic Bible, revised by RJMI (not yet available).

               

4/23/21 – Additions to the Great Apostasy conspiracy webpage in the Pedophilia & Homosexuality section:

 

·         Open Letter to the Bishops of the Catholic Church by several authors, 4/2019

 

This letter is regarding Apostate Antipope Francis I’s promotion of pedophiles and homosexuals.

 

·         Report on The Holy Sees Institutional Knowledge and Decision-Making Related to Former Cardinal Theodore Edgar McCarrick (1930 to 2017)

 

Prepared by the Secretariat of State of the Holy See, Vatican City State, November 10, 2020, regarding McCarrick’s homosexual activities with minors and seminary students. Warning from Page 3 in this document: “Any person who was victimized by McCarrick of course remains free to share his experiences publicly, as several have already done. For readers who have suffered from sexual abuse or sexual harassment, the sections of the Report that recount incidents involving McCarrick, including Sections VI, IX, X.C, XIX.D, XX and XXVIII, could prove traumatizing and should be approached with caution. Some sections of this Report are also inappropriate for minors.”

        

4/23/21  – New RJMI Brief added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         Brief on Legitimate vs. illegitimate dispute regarding Mosiac laws

 

RJMI’s Briefs are Long Commentaries contained in the end of The Catholic Bible, revised by RJMI (not yet available).

          

4/16/21 – Correction and Addition to RJMI book Life Begins in the Womb:

 

Correction:

 

I always believed that the Blessed Virgin Mary is in heaven not only in soul but also in body. Hence I corrected my mistake in the following sentence:

 

Former:

 

Hence saints in heaven who only have their souls are either males or females, such as St. Peter and the Blessed Virgin Mary.

 

Corrected:

 

Hence saints in heaven who have only their souls are either male or female, such as St. Peter and the good St. Anne.

 

Addition made after the first sentence in the book:

 

The Bible teaches that some men are endowed with the fear of God in their mother’s womb, and thus this is one proof that life begins in the womb:

“The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom and was created with the faithful in the womb.” (Eccus. 1:16)

               

4/13/21  – New RJMI Brief added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         Brief on The New Covenant Replaced the Old Covenant

 

RJMI’s Briefs are Long Commentaries contained in the end of The Catholic Bible, revised by RJMI (not yet available).

          

4/9/21 – Update on RJMI’s 2021 Resurrection Season Lecture:

Because some have asked me about the Covid-19 virus and its vaccines and the pressure many are under to take the vaccines, I decided to do a lecture on the Covid-19 Conspiracy. This will be my 2021 Resurrection Season Lecture.

While the Covid-19 virus is real, its effects are greatly exaggerated as a step in preparing the world for the mark and the reign of the Antichrist. It is a man-made virus (a bio-weapon) that was purposely released upon the world.

Men must not take the Covid-19 vaccines because the production or testing of these vaccines depends on aborted infants. Hence to take the vaccines is the mortal sin of infanticide, the murdering of infants, by being a partner in the crime and sin of abortion. Therefore, all those who know that the vaccines depend upon aborted infants and nevertheless take them are guilty of the mortal sin of murder. And men should not take the vaccines for health reasons, as these vaccines cannot be trusted. There is good reason to believe that the Covid-19 vaccines will affect your health in the short or long term or harm the health of your offspring, as other vaccines have done.

The lecture will go into detail regarding these topics and more.

           

4/9/21 – New RJMI Brief added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         Brief on the Holy Eucharist

 

RJMI’s Briefs are Long Commentaries contained in the end of The Catholic Bible, revised by RJMI (not yet available).

          

4/3/21 – New RJMI Brief added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         Brief on Hard Hearts

 

RJMI’s Briefs are Long Commentaries contained in the end of The Catholic Bible, revised by RJMI (not yet available).

          

3/23/21 – New RJMI Brief added to the “RJMI Articles” menu:

 

·         Brief on Papal Supremacy

 

RJMI’s Briefs are Long Commentaries contained in the end of The Catholic Bible, revised by RJMI (not yet available).

          

2/22/21 – New RJMI book:

 

·         The Heresy That the Divine Essence Does Not Beget, Is Not Begotten, and Does Not Proceed

It is a solemn magisterium dogma and an ordinary magisterium dogma that the divine essence is unbegotten in the Father, begotten in the Son by the Father, and proceeds in the Holy Spirit from the Father and the Son. Hence it is a dogma that the divine essence is unbegotten, begot, is begotten, and proceeds.

From the information I have, the apostate Peter Lombard was the first modern theologian to teach the heresy that the divine essence does not beget, is not begotten, and does not proceed.

This heresy is condemned not only by the ordinary magisterium (the unanimous consensus of the Church Fathers) but also by the solemn magisterium (infallible papal decrees).

              

2/20/21 – New RJMI video and audio lecture:

 

·         Faith without Works Is Dead

This lecture begins with an update on the RJMI works that have recently been completed and those that are in progress. The remainder of this lecture contains hardcore Biblical evidence that completely disproves the heresy that “faith alone” is necessary for salvation.

                   

2/2/21 – New RJMI article:

 

·         Catechism Excerpt 5: On Adam and Eve’s Original Sin

This catechism is not yet completed. When it is, the excerpts will no longer be available since they will all be contained in the book The Catholic Catechism, which will serve as a Profession of Faith or abjuration.

              

1/28/21 – New RJMI article:

 

·         Catechism Excerpt 4: On Sins and Faults

This catechism is not yet completed. When it is, the excerpts will no longer be available since they will all be contained in the book The Catholic Catechism, which will serve as a Profession of Faith or abjuration.

              

1/20/21 – New RJMI article:

 

·         Catechism Excerpt 3: Ineligibility to Hold Offices, and Nominal Catholic Churches

 

This catechism is not yet completed. When it is, the excerpts will no longer be available since they will all be contained in the book The Catholic Catechism, which will serve as a Profession of Faith or abjuration.

             

12/30/20 – Added Mary’s Little Remnant Catholic Calendar 2021 to the “Pastoral”

Menu.

  

12/30/20 – Revisions have been made to The Rule of Mary’s Little Remnant:

On Christmas Decorations:

From:

On Christmas Decorations: The more accurate way to portray the Manger Scene is to first put up the stable with the animals and shepherds in it on 12/13 (about two weeks before Christmas). Christmas lights, announcing the imminent birth of Jesus, should be put up at this time also. On Christmas Eve put Joseph and Mary in the stable, and any time after midnight put in the Infant Jesus (but not the Three Wise Men). And on Epiphany Day take away the shepherds and put in the Three Wise Men. The Manger Scene, along with other Christmas decorations, should be taken down on 1/14.

To:

On Christmas Decorations: Put up the Manger Scene and Christmas lights about two weeks before Christmas. But do not put in the Wise Men until the eve of Epiphany Day. The Manger Scene, along with other Christmas decorations, should be taken down on 1/14.

On Days of Obligation for Members of Mary’s Little Remnant:

There were too many days of obligation in the previous version; hence there are fewer days of obligation in this new version. Experience has shown that it was burdensome to one’s daily duties and schedule to have so many days of obligation. What follows is the revised text:

 

“For a list of the days of obligation, see the MLR Calendar. The days of obligation on the MLR Calendar are shaded in dark gray; and first, second, and third class feast days that are not days of obligation are shaded in light gray.

“While members of MLR believe the doctrines of the Immaculate Conception and the Assumption, these doctrines have not yet been infallibly defined. Apostate Antipopes Pius IX in 1854 and Pius XII in 1950 attempted to infallibly define them, but their acts were null and void. However, even before these attempted infallible definitions, these feasts were observed by certain religious orders and in certain dioceses. Hence MLR observes them as feast days of obligation.”

             

12/19/20 – Addition to RJMI article:

 

·         The 144,000 of Apocalypse 7 and 14: Apocalypse 14

From:

Right after St. John sees these 144,000 in heaven, he sees “another angel flying through the midst of heaven, having the eternal gospel, to preach.” Hence these 144,000 lived previous to Ascension Day in AD 33 when Jesus commanded his apostles to go forth and “teach ye all nations; baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and behold I am with you all days, even to the consummation of the world.” (Mt. 28:19-20)

To:

After St. John sees these 144,000 in heaven, he sees “another angel flying through the midst of heaven, having the eternal gospel to preach.” This occurred on Pentecost Day, in AD 33, when the gospel began to be preached to the world. However, these saints died before Ascension Day because they are among “the firstfruits to God and to the Lamb” and thus were the first humans taken to heaven by Christ on Ascension Day, when Christ ascended into heaven nine days before Pentecost Day. The second fruits are those who will die and enter heaven after Ascension Day.

                

11/27/20 – New RJMI article:

 

·         Isaias’ Prophecy of “A Virgin Shall Conceive”

 

The prophecy in Isaias 7:14, which I call the Isaias 7:14 Prophecy, ultimately applies to Jesus and Mary. All the Church Fathers teach the same and thus it is an ordinary magisterium dogma, and popes have infallibly defined it and thus it is also a solemn magisterium dogma.

 

However, it is an allowable opinion that the Isaias 7:14 Prophecy also applies to Isaias’ prophetess wife and their son Hasten and hence that they also fulfilled the prophecy.

                 

11/7/20 – RJMI revisions:

 

·         Catechism Excerpt 1: On Revelation, Infallibility, Dogmas, Heresy, and Schism

 

Format:

I removed the two column format.

 

Footnote 8:

From:

“Infants and others who never had the use of reason get their faith from their parents or guardians and hence believe in all the basic dogmas through them.”

To:

“Infants and others who never had the use of reason get their faith and thus belief in all the basic dogmas by the manifest intention of their parents, guardians, or sponsors for them to believe in the Catholic faith, the basic dogmas, and to be members of the Catholic Church.”

Point 7:

I added the underlined text:

God gave his Catholic Church the authority to infallibly teach, decree, and judge things that deal with faith and morals. St. Paul says, “The [Catholic] Church [is] the pillar and ground of the truth.” (1 Tim. 3:15) This would not be true unless there is one Church that infallibly teaches the truth.

Point 8:

I deleted “c” because it is included in “b”:

c) Infallible condemnations of immoralities.

Point 12:

From:

Infallible condemnations of sinners are also dogmas of the magisterium because they are infallible historical facts. For example,

To:

Infallible condemnations of sinners are also dogmas of the magisterium because they deal with the faith or morals of the sinner and are infallible historical facts. For example,

From:

a) “If anyone does not condemn Arius as a heretic, let him be anathema”; or “If anyone does not condemn Arius as a heretic, he is cast out of the Church”; or “We decree that Arius is a heretic.” Hence it is a dogma that Arius is a formal heretic.

To:

a) Papal judgments that say, “If anyone does not condemn Arius as a heretic, let him be anathema”; or “If anyone does not condemn Arius as a heretic, he is cast out of the Church”; or “We decree that Arius is a heretic.” Hence it is a dogma that Arius is a formal heretic.

Point 21:

I added the following:

“I have yet many things to say to you: but you cannot bear them now. But when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will teach you all truth.” (Jn. 16:12-13)

Point 21 a):

From:

a) The dogma of the non-necessity of circumcision during the New Covenant era is a solemn magisterium dogma but not an ordinary magisterium dogma because it was first infallibly defined circa AD 50 by Pope St. Peter at the Council of Jerusalem.

To:

a) The first Church Fathers of the Catholic Church (the Apostles and disciples of Christ) were not unanimous about the necessity or non-necessity of circumcision for salvation during the New Covenant era. Hence the dogma of the non-necessity of circumcision during the New Covenant era is not an ordinary magisterium dogma. But it is a solemn magisterium dogma because it was first infallibly defined circa AD 50 by Pope St. Peter at the Council of Jerusalem and thus was made a solemn magisterium dogma.

Point 22:

I added the following to the end of Point 22:

That does not mean that all the ordinary magisterium dogmas were taught on that day but only that all the Apostles believed in them.

Point 25:

I added “also”:

While the dogma of the ordinary magisterium was an ordinary magisterium dogma from Pentecost Day in AD 33, it was not also a solemn magisterium dogma, to my knowledge, until AD 451.

Point 26:

I add “also”:

While the dogma of the solemn magisterium (of papal infallibility) was an ordinary magisterium dogma from Pentecost Day in AD 33, it was not also a solemn magisterium dogma, to my knowledge, until AD 517.

Point 34:

From:

a) The heresy of Conciliarism, which states that cardinals or bishops in council have power over the pope in ruling the Church and thus in making dogmatic, disciplinary, or governmental laws. This heresy has cardinals or bishops in council ruling the pope and making infallible teachings, decrees, and judgments instead of the pope.

To:

a) The heresy of Conciliarism, which states that cardinals or bishops in council have power over the pope in ruling the Church and thus in making infallible definitions, infallible condemnations, disciplinary laws, or governmental laws. This heresy has cardinals or bishops in council ruling the pope and thus the Catholic Church and teaching infallibly instead of the pope. And it takes away the popes’ supreme power in making disciplinary and governmental laws. While bishops can make disciplinary and governmental laws in their own location, the pope has the supreme power to reject, abolish, or modify these laws.

Point 38:

From:

d) To infallibly judge sinners in order to purify the Church, warn others, and prevent scandal.

To:

d) To infallibly condemn sinners in order to protect the reputation of the Catholic Church, preserve the faith, protect Catholics, warn others, and prevent scandal.

Point 41:

I added the underlined text:

41. However, a pope cannot infallibly judge the holiness of a person and thus infallibly judge who is a saint because he cannot read hearts in which some may be guilty of hidden sins. Whereas, the sins of notorious sinners are manifest and thus a pope can infallibly judge and condemn notorious sinners. “Some men's sins are manifest, going before to judgment, and some men they follow after.” (1 Tim. 5:24)

And I added the following:

a) While the canonization of saints by popes is a good thing, it is not infallible. Hence men cannot have infallible certainty that a canonized saint is truly a saint. The most certainty that one can have that a canonized saint is a saint is a moral certainty, which means that one is certain based upon all of the available evidence but not infallibly certain because of the possibility of hidden evidence or motives that prove that the person could not be a saint. The moral certainty that a canonized saint is a saint is based upon all of the available evidence that shows that the apparent saint held the Catholic faith, led a holy life, bore good fruits, and did miracles. However, there is always the possibility of hidden evidence and motives that would prove the person to be a heretic or immoral and hence not a saint. And thus the miracles attributed to this apparent saint were from the Devil or based on false testimony.

Point 48:

From:

Some laws can be partly dogmatic and partly disciplinary or governmental. Hence the parts that are dogmatic can never be abolished or modified while the other parts can. For example,

To:

Some laws can be partly infallible and partly disciplinary or governmental. The parts that are infallible can never be abolished or modified, whereas the other parts can. For example,

Point 62:

I added the underlined text:

g) All false gods and false religions contain obvious falsehoods which all men can detect by God’s grace and their reason and thus even without the knowledge of the true religion.

Point 70:

From:

The dogma that men who do not believe in the Catholic faith and do not believe in or worship the one true God, the Catholic God, are sons of the Devil and thus not children of God.

To:

The dogma that men who do not profess belief in the Catholic faith or who adhere to non-Catholic religions, sects, or churches or no religion are not Catholic and are sons of the Devil and thus not children of God. This also applies to nominal Catholics who belong to nominal Catholic churches.

Point 77:

From:

b) Purgatory is a place for the saved who need to have venial sins remitted or the punishment due to sins expiated before they enter heaven.

To:

b) Purgatory is a place where members of the Catholic Church go who died in a state of grace but guilty of venial sin or have not yet expiated all the punishment due to their sins. Once their venial sins and punishment due to their sins are remitted, they enter heaven.

Point 79:

I deleted the underlined text because it is a rounded number:

a) Most historical facts in the Bible; such as the names of the twelve tribes of Israel, the twelve Apostles, and Noe’s sons; and that Moses killed 23,000 Israelites at the bottom of Mount Sinai.

Point 82:

From:

Doctrines on faith or morals that are not infallible (that are not dogmas) are allowable opinions and thus can be true or false.

To:

Doctrines on faith or morals that are not infallible (that are not dogmas or heresies) are allowable opinions and thus can be true or false.

Point 84:

From:

Hence probabilism used with dogmas is heretical probabilism because it reduces dogmas to allowable opinions.

To:

Hence probabilism used with dogmas or heresies is heretical probabilism because it reduces dogmas and heresies to allowable opinions.

Point 85:

From:

Hence heretical probabilism allows one to deny or doubt a dogma as long as one can produce a so-called Catholic theologian who presents the dogma only as an allowable opinion and thus not as a dogma.

To:

Hence heretical probabilism allows one to deny or doubt a dogma or hold a heresy as long as one can produce a so-called Catholic theologian who presents the dogma or heresy only as an allowable opinion and thus not as a dogma or heresy.

Point 86:

From:

A doctrine on faith or morals is either a dogma or an allowable opinion.

To:

A doctrine on faith or morals is either a dogma, a heresy, or an allowable opinion.

Point 88:

From:

According to this heresy, so-called popes and other prelates invalidly bind Catholics to believe certain doctrines that are not dogmas. They do so by inventing unjust, invalid, illogical, and heretical censures. For example,

To:

According to this heresy, so-called popes and other prelates invalidly bind Catholics to believe certain doctrines that are not dogmas or condemn certain doctrines that are not heresy. They do so by inventing unjust, invalid, illogical, and heretical censures. For example,

Points 86 to 89 were revised to reflect the above addition.

Point 106:

I added the underlined text:

a) By performing a heretical act or joining a heretical sect while not believing in the heresy or sect. Such as, a so-called Catholic who offers up incense to a false god to save his life is an idolater even if he does not believe in the false god; or a so-called Catholic who joins a heretical sect to save his life or avoid persecution or to become prosperous is a formal heretic even if he does not believe in the false sect and its heresies.

Point 108:

I added the following point:

d) For being in submission to an antipope or any other apparent officeholder who does not hold the office, such as a local bishop.

Point 110:

I combined “a” and “b”:

From:

a) For adhering to a non-Catholic sect, church, or religion (such as Protestants and the Russian and Greek Orthodox).

b) For adhering to no sect, church, or religion. Inculpable ignorance cannot excuse in this case because it cannot give them what they need to be saved; that is, unity with and membership in the true Catholic Church.

To:

a) For adhering to a non-Catholic sect, church, or religion (such as Protestant and Russian and Greek Orthodox churches and religions or nominal Catholic churches); or for adhering to no sect, church, or religion. Inculpable ignorance cannot excuse in this case because it cannot give them what they need to be saved; that is, unity with and membership in the true Catholic Church.

Point 112:

Correction:

From:

All schismatics must be presumed to be formal schismatics until guilt due to culpable ignorance or non-guilt due to inculpable ignorance is proved. This is because the natural consequence of schism is a separation between two groups no matter if the schism is formal or material.

To:

Schismatics who profess to belong to the Catholic Church and who hold the Catholic faith and do not adhere to nominal Catholic churches or any other non-Catholic church and have not been sentenced as schismatics are presumed material schismatics until culpability or inculpability is proved. All other schismatics are formal schismatics. (See Point 110 a).)

Title heading:

From:

Dogmatic laws vs. non-dogmatic laws

To:

Infallible laws vs. non-infallible laws

And I revised this section accordingly. The reason is that dogmatic laws are not the only infallible laws. Infallible condemnations of doctrines on faith and morals are also infallible but regard heresies and not dogmas, which I did state in the rest of this catechism excerpt.

Title heading:

From:

Some dogmas can be obscure or taken out of context

To:

Some dogmas and heresies can be obscure or taken out of context

And I revised Points 49 and 50 accordingly.

                   

10/30/20 – Revisions to RJMI book On the Clementine Vulgate’s Errors and On Heretical Commentaries:

 

·         Correction:

 

From:

    

Anyone who reads the Bible with a minimum of attention would know that the Northern Kingdom of Israel (first ruled by Jeroboam) consisted of ten tribes (which included the two half-tribes of Joseph, the half-tribes of Manasses and Ephraim, which together accounted for one tribe); and the Southern Kingdom of Juda (also called the house of David and first ruled by Roboam) consisted of two tribes, the tribes of Juda and Benjamin. And the tribe of Levi, which had not possessions, inhabited both kingdoms.

 

To:

    

Anyone who reads the Bible with a minimum of attention would know that the Northern Kingdom of Israel (first ruled by Jeroboam) consisted of ten tribes (which included the two half-tribes of Joseph, the half-tribes of Manasses and Ephraim, which accounted for two tribes as each had its own possession of land); and the Southern Kingdom of Juda (also called the house of David and first ruled by Roboam) consisted of two tribes, the tribes of Juda and Benjamin. And the tribe of Levi, which had no possessions, inhabited both kingdoms.

 

·         Additions:

 

—The heresy that Samuel was an Ephraimite

—The contradiction that the Levite Joseph was also a Gentile

              

10/9/20 – New RJMI article:

 

·         Catechism Excerpt 2: Confirmation and the Holy Eucharist

 

This excerpt is from The Catholic Catechism by RJMI. This catechism is not yet completed. When it is, the excerpts will be removed since they will all be contained in the book titled The Catholic Catechism, which will serve as a Profession of Faith or abjuration.

 

9/17/20 – New RJMI book:

 

·         Some Dogmas and Heresies regarding Confirmation and the Holy Eucharist

 

This book contains proof of yet more heresies of the many that were hatched or regurgitated during the Great Apostasy, which began in 1033. And as with all heresies, these heresies oppose the infallible traditions of the Catholic Church; that is, the dogmas of the ordinary magisterium and solemn magisterium.

 

During the Great Apostasy, the following heresies regarding the sacrament of confirmation were progressively taught and practiced:

 

1.   The heresy that infants were no longer confirmed unless in danger of
       death
, 13th century

 

·         The law of not confirming until 7 years old is heretical and harmful

 

·         The law of not confirming until after 7 years old is even more heretical and harmful

 

And during the Great Apostasy, the following heresies regarding the Holy Eucharist were progressively taught and practiced:

 

1.   The heresy that Catholic infants must not receive the Holy Eucharist unless
       in danger of death, 12th century

 

2.   The heresy that the Holy Eucharist is Christ’s living human nature and thus
       contains his soul, 12th century

 

3.   The heresy that each species is Christ’s body and blood (two-in-one-species
       heresy), 12th century

 

4.   The heresy that the reception of only one species is necessary for salvation
       (one-species heresy), 13th century

 

What makes these heresies regarding confirmation and the Holy Eucharist even worse is that not one person held these heresies for at least the first 1100 years of the Church. Not one! This shows the utter contempt these heretics had for the infallible traditions of the Catholic Church.

         

7/21/20 – New RJMI article:

 

·         Jesus’ Lineage Chart

These charts trace the lineage of Jesus Christ through St. Joseph, his legal father.
Like Jesus, St. Joseph also had two fathers. These charts were taken from the RJMI video lecture Mary Ever Virgin and the Lineage of Jesus.

              

6/29/20 – New RJMI article:

 

·         Catechism Excerpt 1: On Revelation, Infallibility, Dogmas, Heresy, and Schism

 

This excerpt is from The Catholic Catechism by RJMI. This catechism is not yet completed. When it is, the excerpts will be removed since they will all be contained in the book titled The Catholic Catechism, which will serve as a Profession of Faith or abjuration.

           

5/29/20 – Renamed and many additions were made to RJMI article When Naked Does Not Mean Immodestly Naked. The new title is:

 

·         When Naked Does Not Mean Totally Naked

 

The main additions are a refutation of the heretical perverts who take some of the Church Fathers’ and others’ use of the word “naked” out of context to teach the heresy and immorality that in the early Church recipients of baptism were totally naked when baptized; and a refutation of the opinion that Jesus was crucified totally naked, with an explanation of the naked behind of Jesus as shown in the Shroud of Turin.

         

5/15/20 – Many additions and two corrections to RJMI article which is now a book with a new title:

 

·         Life Begins in the Womb

 

The old title was When Is the Soul Created within the Body?

 

One correction is as follows: In the older version, I said that it was an allowable opinion to believe that life begins at conception. However, I have discovered that it is a dogma that life does not begin at conception. The dogma is that the body is first conceived and then sometime later the soul is created within its body in the womb. Hence it is heresy to believe that life begins at conception.

 

The other correction is that I said the female soul is created within its body eighty days after conception but forty days for male souls. The truth, backed by science, is that both male and female souls are created within their bodies at the same time, which is about forty days after conception, as both develop in the same way in the womb.

 

To refute the abortionists who believe in the heresy that life does not begin until after birth when the infant takes its first breath, I added more proofs that life begins in the womb when God breathes life into the body by creating the soul within it.

 

I added the dogma that gender is not only in the body but also in the soul. Hence souls are either male souls or female souls. Male souls are created in male bodies, and female souls are created in female bodies. Hence saints in heaven who have only their souls are either males or females, such as St. Peter and the Blessed Virgin Mary.

 

I added quotes from Church Fathers and others condemning abortion.

 

And I added a chapter on pro-lifers and their different positions and their methods in fighting against abortion.

             

5/15/20 – New RJMI video and audio lecture:

 

·         Life Begins in the Womb

 

This lecture is based on the RJMI book by the same title. Some of the chapter headings are as follows: The Dogma That Life Begins in the Womb; The Heresy That Life Does Not Begin in the Womb; The Dogma That the Body Is Conceived First and Then after Some Time the Soul Is Created in Its Body; The Heresy That Life Begins at Conception; Consequences Regarding Abortion; Male Souls and Female Souls; Other Points Regarding Abortion.

                   

5/15/20 – Based upon the fact that it is a dogma that life does not begin at conception, I corrected my following works in which I said it was an allowable opinion:

 

·         Miracle of the Immaculate Conception (formerly a book, Br46, now an article, Tr61)

 

·         The Immaculate Conception (Alr157) audio

 

·         Indelible Mark and the Immaculate Conception (Alr2) audio

 

Also deleted the Miracle of the Immaculate Conception (Alr16) audio. Refer to the revised RJMI article by the same title.

           

4/24/20 – New RJMI video and audio lecture:

 

·         Update 2020

 

This lecture is an update on all the different RJMI works during 2020 that have been completed or are in progress.

                     

4/23/20 – New pictures from 2020 added to “Picture Gallery of MLR Good Sixth Weekday Processions” on the “Pictures” menu. Due to New Mexico’s Covid-19 Coronavirus quarantine restrictions, we were unable to have our annual procession; however, there are other photographs from Holy Week and Resurrection Day.

         

3/27/20 – New RJMI book:

 

·         On the Clementine Vulgate’s Errors and On Heretical Commentaries

 

Far from being infallible, the Clementine Vulgate’s Old Testament contains many errors, contradictions, inconsistencies, and even contains some heresies. While the Clementine Vulgate’s New Testament also contains textual errors, it does not contain heretical errors and contains only a few errors in comparison to the many errors in the Old Testament.

 

While a text of the original Hebrew Old Testament was most probably in circulation in the days of Jesus’ first coming, Jesus and his disciples did not use it as the primary text. Instead, they used the Septuagint as the primary text. Whereas, the Old Testament Vulgate is not the original and thus authentic Hebrew text of the Old Testament. The Old Testament Vulgate was created by the apostate Jerome, which was a translation of a corrupted Hebrew text (the Masoretic text), which is a corrupted version of the Old Testament created by apostate Jews to accommodate their denial of Christ, their other sins against the faith, and their immoralities.

 

During the time of Christ’s first coming, the Septuagint (also known as “The Seventy” or “LXX”) was an authentic Old Testament which was used by Jesus Christ, his Apostles and disciples, and the Church Fathers. It is a miraculous Greek translation of the Hebrew Old Testament that took place in Egypt around 280 BC. By the 4th century, the Septuagint was corrupted and thus needed some correcting. But the Septuagint should have remained the main text to work from (the template) in revising the Old Testament.

                    

3/27/20 – Removed the Clementine Vulgate and Douay-Rheims Bibles from the website:

 

·         See at the end of my book On the Clementine Vulgate’s Errors and On Heretical Commentaries the section titled “I Am Working on Producing the Purist Possible Version of the Catholic Bible.”

              

3/12/20 – Major revisions and additions to The Catholic Prayer Book:

 

·         Many of the revisions contained in this prayer book were essential since prayers reflect what we believe. Hence I removed prayer parts that were heretical or were ambiguous and thus easily taken in the heretical sense, and I added parts that profess dogmas that should have been professed but were purposely omitted. And many new prayers were added. The result is a pure, holy, and clean prayer book resting upon the Rock of Peter, the Rock of the Catholic Church.

            

1/15/20 – New RJMI article:

 

·         The 144,000 of Apocalypse 7 and 14

           

1/15/20 – Revisions made to RJMI video and audio lectures:

 

·         Explanation of Apocalypse 14

           

Revised the part about the 144,000 virgins mentioned in Apocalypse 14. For more information, see the RJMI article “The 144,000 of Apocalypse 7 and 14.”

 

·         Kidron Valley and an Explanation of Apocalypse 19

           

Deleted the last 20 minutes or so that deal with indulgences gained for souls in purgatory during the 15 days before Christ’s second coming. Instead, God will increase the quality and perceived time of the torments of the souls in purgatory so that after his second coming there will be no souls in purgatory. Hence God can increase their sufferings. And he can make one day feel like 1000 years.

               


 

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