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A denial of Christ
Liberalismo es Pecado (Liberalism Is a Sin) was written at the end of the 19th century by Félix Sardà y Salvany, a popular Catholic priest in Spain.
In defining what liberalism is, Sardà starts with Protestantism, saying it “naturally begets toleration of error.” He continues, saying ,”Liberalism denies the absolute jurisdiction of Jesus Christ. … It’s the supreme rebellion against the authority of God and His Church.”
Sardà’s work angered liberal prelates in Spain, and so they wrote a rebuttal. Both works were then sent to the Vatican’s Index Librorum Prohibitorum (List of Prohibited Books).
After carefully examining both books, the Vatican not only sided with Sarda, but declared: “Dr. Felix Sardà merits great praise for his exposition and defense of the sound doctrine therein set forth with solidity, order and lucidity.” …
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