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From their discussion on religious liberty, this side dialogue features John Pacheco issuing a bold challenge to Robert Sungenis to defend his novel teaching which attempts to separate a civil right from a moral right. Find out the very precarious position Sungenis finds himself in. If you are a Traditionalist, you should let Robert know that he has a big problem.
Some time ago Dr. Thomas Woods challenged James Likoudis to provide some "neo-Catholic" answers to his 8 challenges. Mr. Likoudis declined the challenge, but our director decided to give it a go. It seems Dr. Woods found something of interest in my answers since he has recently written a rebuttal in The Remnant to Pacheco's piece.
Ever since the Second Vatican Council, religious freedom has been an intensely contested and debated issue. In this ongoing dialogue, John Pacheco and Robert Sungenis discuss whether the inter-religious gatherings at Assisi can be justified by Dignitatis Humanae.
Robert Sungenis and John Pacheco dialogue on Romans 11 and the conversion of the Jewish nation to the Catholic Faith. The original is rather long and comprehensive. New insights and presuppositions are exposed in the sequel.
Have you ever been to Camelot and seen King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table? Well, here's your chance. See how our traddy friends like to see the current "regime" at the Vatican as "against Tradition" while assuming that Sir Lancelot and King Arthur had everything under control in the Kingdom before Vatican II.
Not according to the Catholic Church it hasn't (CCC,121). In their continuing discussion on the salvific mystery surrounding the Old Covenant, our Director John Pacheco and CAI's President Robert Sungenis square off about the place and role of the Old Covenant in New Covenant theology.