Is there a salvation outside the Catholic Church?
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Is there a salvation outside the Catholic Church? by J. V. Bainvel

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Published by Herder and Herder in St. Louis .
Written in English


  • Salvation outside the church.

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Edition Notes

StatementTranslated by J. L. Weidenhan.
The Physical Object
Pagination68 p.
Number of Pages68
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16429676M

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  It explains clear how the Catholic Church can still assert on one hand that "there is no salvation outside the church" and yet at the same has been defending all these centuries the possibility or even probability that baptised and unbaptised non-Catholics may yet Cited by: And then, indeed, they were killed with the sword but now the proud and insolent are killed with the sword of the Spirit, when they are cast out from the Church. For they cannot live outside, since there is only one house of God, and there can be no salvation for anyone except in the Church.   If you have not already read my essay on Jesus Christ Founded the Catholic Church, you should do so first for context.. The Catholic Church has always taught extra Ecclesiam nulla salus, which means: “Outside the Church, there is no salvation.” Traditionally, many have taken this to mean that unless you are a signed and certified member of the Catholic Church, you cannot be saved.   From the Council of Trent to Vatican I to including Vatican Council II, people are surprised, as well as the new Catechism of the Catholic Church, which all teach there is no salvation outside of the Catholic Church, and it’s a crucial thing for us to understand as Catholics, because really, it’s rooted in our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

The most comprehensive book, facts, arguments and articles on the Catholic Church’s dogmatic teaching Outside the Church There is No Salvation and the baptism of desire controversy. By Bro. Peter Dimond. This is the most comprehensive book that has been written on this dogma. THE CATHOLIC DOGMA: "Extra Ecclesiam Nullus omnino Salvatur?" "Outside of the Church there is positively no Salvation," declared the Fourth Lateran Council in Pope Innocent III would write, "Not to oppose erroneous Doctrine is to approve of it, and not to defend at all true Doctrine is to suppress it.".   But there is exception to the rule that salvation lies only with the Catholic Church; Catechism of Catholic Church (CCC) # This affirmation is not aimed at those who, through no fault of their own, do not know Christ and his Church: Those who, through no fault of their own, do not know the Gospel of Christ or his Church, but who nevertheless seek God with a sincere heart, and, . Salvation Outside The Church by Sebastian R. Fama There is a belief, among some Catholics, that only Catholics can be saved. However, this has never been a Catholic teaching. Furthermore, the issue has been addressed on more than one occasion by the Church. Those who hold to this belief will often refer to “Cantate Domino” [ ].

"Yes, truly; for outside the Church there is no salvation, out of this Ark every one is lost."--St. Francis De Sales There is no Salvation Outside the Catholic Church by Fr. Arnold Damen S.J., "He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved, but he that believeth not shall be condemned."- . This book completes a cycle that began with me when I took a course from Fr. Joseph Brusher in college called Renaissance and Reformation. It was there that I first heard of the papal bull Unam Sanctam and the teaching that there is no salvation outside the [Catholic] Church. I resolved that /5(4). This was no different from what Pope Pius IX said in his allocution Singulari Quadam in It must, of course, be held as a matter of faith that outside the apostolic Roman Church no one can be saved, that the Church is the only ark of salvation, and that whoever does not enter it will perish in the flood.   I see some Catholics that keep repeating the term,” There’s no salvation outside the Catholics church.” But I was very skeptical about it. As each day of my life goes on, I was wondering if Catholics and Protestants can work on other problems instead of fighting each other. Because they both do believe in Jesus Christ.