Pope Benedict XVI warns that the Catholic Church is facing a “deep crisis” following reforms of the Second Vatican Council that was held in 1965.
The two Pope in the Roman Catholic Church have serious disagreement about salvation.
LifeSite reported on an interview granted to Avvenire, the daily newspaper of the Italian Bishops’ Conference, in which the retired Pontiff refers to a “two-sided deep crisis” in the Church.
Among Benedict’s concerns are the belief that other religions are equal to Christianity in obtaining salvation and the change in dogma that lessens fears that one’s eternal salvation can be lost.
“The missionaries of the 16th century were convinced that the unbaptized person is lost forever,” Benedict said. “After the [Second Vatican] Council, this conviction was definitely abandoned. The result was a two-sided, deep crisis. Without this attentiveness to the salvation, the Faith loses its foundation.”
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