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"Tear away the mask from Freemasonry, Pope Leo XIII

THE OATH AGAINST MODERNISM

Given by His Holiness St. Pius X

September 1, 1910.

To   be   sworn   to   by  all  clergy,  pastors,
confessors, preachers, religious  superiors,  and
professors      in      philosophical-theological
seminaries.

I . . . . firmly  embrace  and  accept  each  and
every  definition  that  has  been  set forth and
declared by the unerring  teaching  authority  of
the  Church,  especially  those  principal truths
which are directly opposed to the errors of  this
day.  And  first  of all, I profess that God, the
origin and end of all things, can be  known  with
certainty by the natural light of reason from the
created world (see Rom. 1:90), that is, from  the
visible  works  of  creation, as a cause from its
effects, and that, therefore, his  existence  can
also  be  demonstrated:  Secondly,  I  accept and
acknowledge the external  proofs  of  revelation,
that  is, divine acts and especially miracles and
prophecies as the  surest  signs  of  the  divine
origin  of the Christian religion and I hold that
these  same  proofs  are  well  adapted  to   the
understanding  of  all  eras and all men, even of
this time. Thirdly, I believe with  equally  firm
faith  that  the Church, the guardian and teacher
of the revealed word, was  personally  instituted
by  the  real and historical Christ when he lived
among us, and that  the  Church  was  built  upon
Peter, the prince of the apostolic hierarchy, and
his  successors  for  the   duration   of   time.
Fourthly,  I  sincerely hold that the doctrine of
faith was handed down to  us  from  the  apostles
through  the orthodox Fathers in exactly the same
meaning  and  always   in   the   same   purport.
Therefore,   I  entirely  reject  the  heretical'
misrepresentation that dogmas evolve  and  change
from  one  meaning  to another different from the
one which the  Church  held  previously.  I  also
condemn  every error according to which, in place
of the divine deposit which has been given to the
spouse  of Christ to be carefully guarded by her,
there is put a philosophical figment  or  product
of  a  human  conscience  that has gradually been
developed by human effort and  will  continue  to
develop   indefinitely.   Fifthly,  I  hold  with
certainty and sincerely confess that faith is not
a blind sentiment of religion welling up from the
depths of the subconscious under the  impulse  of
the  heart  and  the  motion of a will trained to
morality; but faith is a genuine  assent  of  the
intellect  to  truth  received by hearing from an
external source. By this assent, because  of  the
authority  of  the  supremely  truthful  God,  we
believe to be true that which has  been  revealed
and  attested  to  by a personal God, our creator
and lord.

Furthermore, with due  reverence,  I  submit  and
adhere  with my whole heart to the condemnations,
declarations, and all the prescripts contained in
the   encyclical   Pascendi  and  in  the  decree
Lamentabili, especially those concerning what  is
known as the history of dogmas. I also reject the
error of those who say that the faith held by the
Church  can contradict history, and that Catholic
dogmas, in  the  sense  in  which  they  are  now
understood,   are   irreconcilable  with  a  more
realistic view of the origins  of  the  Christian
religion.  I  also condemn and reject the opinion
of those who say that a  well-educated  Christian
assumes a dual personality-that of a believer and
at the same time of a historian, as  if  it  were
permissible  for  a historian to hold things that
contradict the  faith  of  the  believer,  or  to
establish  premises  which,  provided there be no
direct  denial  of  dogmas,  would  lead  to  the
conclusion   that  dogmas  are  either  false  or
doubtful.  Likewise,  I  reject  that  method  of
judging  and interpreting Sacred Scripture which,
departing from the tradition of the  Church,  the
analogy  of faith, and the norms of the Apostolic
See,  embraces  the  misrepresentations  of   the
rationalists  and  with  no prudence or restraint
adopts textual criticism as the one  and  supreme
norm.  Furthermore, I reject the opinion of those
who hold that a professor lecturing or writing on
a  historico-theological subject should first put
aside  any   preconceived   opinion   about   the
supernatural  origin  of  Catholic  tradition  or
about the divine promise of help to preserve  all
revealed truth forever; and that they should then
interpret the writings of  each  of  the  Fathers
solely  by  scientific  principles, excluding all
sacred authority, and with the  same  liberty  of
judgment  that  is common in the investigation of
all ordinary historical documents.

Finally, I declare that I am  completely  opposed
to  the  error  of  the  modernists who hold that
there is nothing divine in sacred  tradition;  or
what  is  far  worse, say that there is, but in a
pantheistic sense, with  the  result  that  there
would   remain  nothing  but  this  plain  simple
fact-one to be put on a  par  with  the  ordinary
facts  of  history-the fact, namely, that a group
of men by their own labor, skill, and talent have
continued  through subsequent ages a school begun
by Christ and his apostles. I firmly hold,  then,
and  shall  hold to my dying breath the belief of
the  Fathers  in  the  charism  of  truth,  which
certainly  is,  was,  and  always  will be in the
succession of the episcopacy from  the  apostles.
The  purpose of this is, then, not that dogma may
be tailored according to what  seems  better  and
more  suited  to the culture of each age; rather,
that the absolute and immutable truth preached by
the  apostles  from  the  beginning  may never be
believed to be different, may never be understood
in any other way.

I  promise  that  I shall keep all these articles
faithfully, entirely, and  sincerely,  and  guard
them  inviolate, in no way deviating from them in
teaching or in any way in  word  or  in  writing.
Thus I promise, this I swear, so help me God. . .


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