[In this life,] to love God is something greater than to know Him. —St. Thomas Aquinas
Started by Kephapaulos, April 20, 2022, 09:42:44 PM
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Quotepartim-partim would say that not everything is contained in Holy Writ and is supplemented by Sacred Tradition
Quoteliturgy cannot be used an actual source of dogma
QuoteRevelation comes from two sources: Scripture and Traditioncf. Fr. Chad Ripperger's The Binding Force of TraditionMarian dogmas like the Immaculate Conception and the Assumption tend to be found much more in Tradition than in the Scripture, though Pope Pius IX's Ineffabilis Deus gives Scriptural basis for the Immaculate Conception.Liturgy is part of Tradition. Pope Pius XII's 1 Nov. 1950 Apostolic Constitution defining the dogma of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mother, Munificentissimus Deus, says "that, since ancient times, there have been both in the East and in the West solemn liturgical offices commemorating this privilege." He then mentions the Roman liturgy, Gallican sacramentary, and the Byzantine liturgy of the Dormition and Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mother.
Quotereification of revelation in reducing the Person of Christ Who is the truth to a set of dogmatic and doctrinal propositions and principals