While yet a "cardinal", Karol Wojtyla (A.K.A. Antipope John Paul II) gave a series
of Lenten sermons in Rome for Antipope Paul VI in 1976. There he stated:
“Will God really be all in all, given that the Last Judgment entrusted by the Father to the
Son will award not only salvation, union with God, but also damnation? …Perhaps…some later phase of the history of salvation — not disclosed in Revelation and the Scriptures — might put an end
to this separation between those who are saved and those who are damned,” (“Sign of Contradiction,” by Karol Wojtyla).
The Modernist Karol
Wojtyla's truly damning idea (that he first publicly announced [manifested] - and then published in his own book) that the state of "separation between those who are saved and those who are damned" could ever change - is
clear manifest heresy.
(Dogmatic Teaching of The Church): The punishment of Hell lasts for all eternity.
"Dogmas of the Catholic Church from Fundamentals of Catholic Dogma", 1952, by Fr. Ludwig Ott
restate, the timeless sacred teaching of Cum ex Apostolatus Officio, make a Karol Wojtyla ("John Paul II") papacy an impossibility.
And note: TCW does not give
credence to the alleged apparition to the Novus Ordo "seers" of Garabandal, which Fr. Pio publicly did. The videos of those children walking backwards is eerie. Catholics are not bound to accept any private revelations, but are bound (under pain of
damnation) to *know and practice the Faith.
*Willful Ignorance (Omission of Due Diligence) Concerning Imperative Matters
of the Faith is a Damning Sin:
St. Thomas Aquinas, Summa, I-II, q. 76, a. 1, a. 3, Whether ignorance can be
the cause of sin?: "It is clear that not every kind of ignorance is the cause of a sin, but that alone which removes the knowledge which would prevent the sinful act. …This may happen on the part of the ignorance itself, because, to wit, this
ignorance is voluntary, either directly, as when a man wishes of set purpose to be ignorant of certain things that he may sin the more freely; or indirectly, as when a man, through stress of work or other occupations, neglects to acquire
the knowledge which would restrain him from sin. For such like negligence renders the ignorance itself voluntary and sinful, provided it be about matters one is bound and able to know."
Mr. Edouard, it is true that the majority of the information about Mr. Marcel Lefebvre's invalidity as a priest (and bishop) came to light after the death of Fr. Pio. Still, as Fr. Pio was objectively in error
about the legitimacy of Roncalli, Montini, the heretical Second Vatican II Council ... he was also clearly in error in recognizing Mr. Lefebvre, as one with priestly orders.
We pray you see the solidity of these reasoned facts ... time is