Abbey Heiligenkreuz: Faithful till the Point of Unfaithfulness

Abbey Heiligenkreuz: Faithful till the Point of Unfaithfulness

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10/19/17

Abbot Maximilian Heim of Heiligenkreuz, Austria, and Father Karl Wallner, the rector of the abbey’s theological school named after Benedict XVI, publicly distanced themselves on the school’s webpage from one of their professors who signed the Filial Correction.

Heim and Wallner assert that “we cannot accept that this throws a shadow on our theological school.” They point out that the unnamed teacher is a visiting professor, teaching only “occasionally” and signed the Correction in his personal name.

The two point out that their school is “deeply obliged to the Roman magisterium in all things” and that it is their “biggest honour and first duty” to be “faithful” to Pope Francis [even when Francis’ faithfulness is disputed].

Heiligenkreuz is considered by many the last place where a German speaking Catholic education of priests is still possible. The abbey is known for attracting many vocations. In August five novices made their first profession. The teacher in question is the philosopher Thomas Stark.

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One comment on “Abbey Heiligenkreuz: Faithful till the Point of Unfaithfulness

  1. “The two point out that their school is ‘deeply obliged to the Roman magisterium in all things'”

    Fools! If you really are deeply obliged to the Roman magisterium, then you cannot possibly hold it as your “biggest honour and first duty” to be faithful to Pope Francis — because Francis, OBVIOUSLY, is the greatest enemy the magisterium has, who, on a regular basis contradicts and acts 180 DEGREES against that magisterium.
    Modernist ambiguity is a serious problem, of course, since ambiguity is always of the devil, but in Francis’ case, we’ve dispensed with that, and just gone to full tilt 180 degree denial of defined dogma.
    You don’t deserve to have Stark on your faculty — even part time.
    What you do deserve is hell, for your refusal to accept obvious Truth.

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