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Thanks God Hell Is Eternal! – by Father Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange O.P. (+1964)

God cannot allow Himself to be scorned with impunity.

Now if the pains of hell were not eternal, the obstinate sinner would persevere in his revolt, since no adequate sanction would repress his pride.

His rebellion, we may say, would have the last word, would be the triumph of iniquity.

From “L'Éternelle vie et la profondeur de l'âme.” Garrigou supervised Karol Wojtyła’s doctoral thesis.

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Ultraviolet
""but how many people will he lead to that place before he?" *ehem* May I remind @Masters Degree In English of the objective case? ell.stackexchange.com/…27037/i-finished-before-he-him

As for Pope Francis playing "Pied Piper", that seems very unlikely one way or the other. Those of us who dislike his policies (to say nothing of the liberation theology aren't going to follow them. As you …More
""but how many people will he lead to that place before he?" *ehem* May I remind @Masters Degree In English of the objective case? ell.stackexchange.com/…27037/i-finished-before-he-him

As for Pope Francis playing "Pied Piper", that seems very unlikely one way or the other. Those of us who dislike his policies (to say nothing of the liberation theology aren't going to follow them. As you correctly pointed out last night, Canon Law 750 §1 does state "all are bound to avoid any doctrines whatsoever contrary to them." In the context of Canon Law 750 §1, the pronoun "them" referring to

"all those things contained in the word of God, written or handed on, that is, in the one deposit of faith entrusted to the Church, and at the same time proposed as divinely revealed either by the solemn magisterium of the Church or by its ordinary and universal magisterium which is manifested by the common adherence of the Christian faithful under the leadership of the sacredmagisterium"

Conversely, those who are of a like mind with Pope Francis were already on that proverbial "wide road to ruin" long before Benedict XVI resigned. ;-) Francis will indeed be indicted as an accessory to those sins he tacitly condoned which his office obligated him to condemn. However, it's doubtful any of the guilty will be able to stare wide-eyed at the Judge and claim, truthfully, they were misled by Pope Francis into assuming this sin or that one was licit.
tbswv
From what I have read regarding Purgatory - which is no picnic - I cannot imagine the horrors of Hell. The saints have seen it and they tremble describing it. And yes, it is a dogma of the Catholic faith to believe in the existence of Hell.