“We have already had an infallible response to the errors of Martin Luther: the Council of Trent,” the bishop from Kazakhstan said. “The teaching of the Council of Trent about the errors of Luther, I repeat, are infallible, ex cathedra. And the comments of the pope in the plane are not ex cathedra.”
Schneider said this in response to a question about comments Pope Francis has made in support of Martin Luther’s theology and the pontiff’s celebration of the Reformation.
“My reward is the good conscience of faith, the fidelity to Jesus, and the reward I hope to receive in heaven,” he said. “And these temporal rewards, I think they have not so much meaning. And so the better reward is to be faithful to faith, the faith. And God will do His work so be faithful and believe and help even those who are losing the faith.”
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