Catholic Faith and Modern Errors
We give here an outline of the Catholic Doctrine from the
texts of the Magisterium, insisting on points undermined by
outline will be gradually augmented.
The numbers in brackets refer to the Enchiridion Symbolorum,
Denzinger Schönmetzer, 34th edition, 1975, Chinese
Faith or God revealing Himself
Chapter I: Knowledge of God
is one, perfect, distinct from the world
2.- The act of creation: its perfection, end, effect
3.- Divine Providence 
Chapter II: Revelation
fact of a supernatural Revelation 
2.- Its necessity 
3.- Its sources 
4.- Its interpret 
Chapter III: Faith
concept of Faith 
2.- Faith agrees with reason 
3.- Faith is a gift of God
4.- The object of Faith 
5.- The necessity of Faith
6.- External and internal aids of God to make us believe
Doctrine of Modernists condemned in the Encyclical Pascendi
of St. Pius X.
Beyond the phenomena (things appearing as they appear),
all is unknowable.
God, author of nature, miracles as such, and external Revelation,
are all beyond phenomena.
God, miracles and Revelation don’t exist without, nor come
from without the individual.
as given facts they come from somewhere.
Vital (of life) Immanence
They come from within (immanent in-manens, remaining within).
Now Religion is a form of human life (vita-vitalis).
Therefore Religion comes from man’s life within (Principle
of vital immanence).
Therefore Religion comes from the needs of human heart.
Therefore “Faith” is an inner sense coming from need of divine
Excited by unknowable beyond phenomena, this sense produces
the “God” it believes in!
Now, in this sense, God is manifested or revealed.
Therefore “Revelation” is the inner sense of “God” revealing
Himself to the soul!
Therefore consciousness is revelation, and the supernatural
Attracted by unknowable beyond, “Faith” transfigures and disfigures
phenomena. [3479, 3480]
Therefore all Religions are from inner sense or feeling, all
supernature emanated from nature.
Mind (a) expresses sense or religious feeling in primitive
formulæ, (b) works these up into “dogmas.” 
Therefore “dogmas” are secondary. 
As to object, they are mere adequate symbols; as to subject,
Therefore dogmas must adapt to the sense (= truth),
and to the believer using them, otherwise they are not vital
or living. Therefore dogmas must evolve.
The nature of “Belief” [3484,
divine is knowable as a reality by a supra-rational experience.
experience, or religious sense, is what makes the believer.
religions in which there is a religious sense are equally
is merely an original experience so transmitted as to stimulate
or awaken the religious sense.
Faith and Science 
science and ultra-phenomenal “Faith” have alien objects.
“Faith” is subordinated as to (a) phenomena, (b) idea of God,
(c) unity of mind.
IX declare philosophy is to serve, not command, in matters
IX said puffed-up theologians were making philosophy, the
servant, into a queen.
Modernists one page is Catholic, next page rationalist, and
- The Transmission of the Faith
The Sources of
Revelation are Sacred Scripture and Tradition. 
is the Catholic Church, which decided the canon (list of
books) of Sacred Scripture.
Catholic Church alone is authorized to approve translations
of Sacred Scripture. [1506-1508,
Catholic Church alone is authorized to interpret Sacred Scripture.
on Sacred Scripture. [3409-3419]
the Council of Constantinople, 870 AD.
2.- From the Council of Trent, 1546 AD.
3.- From Pope Pius IX, 1854 AD. 
4.- From the First Council of the Vatican,
1870 AD. 
5.- From Pope St. Pius X, anti-modernist oath, 1910 AD.
on Tradition [3458-3465]
Traditional Rite of the Liturgy
Canon of the Mass
The Catholic Faith and Modern Errors
2.- The Ceremonies of the Mass
3.- Latin or vernacular