Ourageous attack on Immaculate Conception by Jesuit

The Immaculate Conception with more Faithful Jesuits

On December 8th, the church celebrates the "Solemnity of the Virgin Mary, Mother of God, conceived without original sin" - also known as the "Mary's Conception". The Munich theologian Andreas Batlogg has a different name suggestion.

The Munich theologian Andreas Batlogg advocates renaming the solemnity of the Virgin Mary on December 8th. The full name "Solemnity of the Virgin Mary, Mother of God, conceived without original sin" contains "a series of theological assumptions" and is no longer understood by many people, writes the Jesuit in a guest article for the Viennese weekly newspaper "Die Furche" (Thursday). Instead, he suggests renaming it "Mary's Election", which would be closer to the original meaning of the Feast. This name also appeared in the first working translations after the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965). (Cathcon: It would!)

The problems of "Mary's Conception" lie, for example, in a "demonisation of sexuality" given by the term "Immaculate Conception" in popular parlance, but also in a focus on "original sin"; This is a theological dowry of St. Augustine that can hardly be conveyed today, says Batlogg.

The Jesuit is not about depicting Mary as an obedient maid or a humble, flawless virgin, either. Rather, the Church celebrates on December 8th "that God has made a wonderful beginning in Mary." The Bible repeatedly reports on such new beginnings: the creation of the world, the flood story, the flight of Israel from Egypt or the birth of Jesus. "In view of Jesus, who set a new beginning in world history, Mary's beginning is wonderful," said the Jesuit. "Mary's Election" expresses more accurately what it is about: "about election," explained Batlogg.


Cardinal Newman provides the medicinal remedy to this heresy.  The Jesuit Order is rotten to the core.  The fruit is Francis.

And for good measure Cardinal Newman on Original Sin. 

From Apologia pro Vita Sua (1864) (1865 Edition) (Chapter 5)To consider the world in its length and breadth, its various history, the many races of man, their starts, their fortunes, their mutual alienation, their conflicts … the greatness and littleness of man, his far-reaching aims, his short duration, the curtain hung over his futurity, the disappointments of life, the defeat of good, the success of evil, physical pain, mental anguish, the prevalence and intensity of sin, the pervading idolatries, the corruptions, the dreary hopeless irreligion, that condition of the whole race, so fearfully yet exactly described in the Apostle’s words, “having no hope and without God in the world,”—all this is a vision to dizzy and appal; and inflicts upon the mind the sense of a profound mystery, which is absolutely beyond human solution.What shall be said to this heart-piercing, reason-bewildering fact? I can only answer, that either there is no Creator, or this living society of men is in a true sense discarded from His presence … if there be a God, since there is a God, the human race is implicated in some terrible aboriginal calamity. It is out of joint with the purposes of its Creator. This is a fact, a fact as true as the fact of its existence; and thus the doctrine of what is theologically called original sin becomes to me almost as certain as that the world exists, and as the existence of God.

Mary is much more than a new beginning.  Jesus is the Redeemer.  A Jesuit who gives up on original sin has lost all faith.


Farmer Carolyn said…
Lost his Faith indeed. God has hardened his heart.