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Europe's Rosetta Probe Crashes Into Comet 67P & Why Traditional Catholics Reject St Thomas Aquinas & Church Doctrine On The Fire Of The Final Conflagration


Proof that traditional Catholics reject church doctrine and the teaching of St Thomas found in his Summa:
Rosetta mission ends in comet collision Europe's Rosetta probe has ended its mission to Comet 67P by crash-landing on to the icy object's surface. Mission control in Darmstadt, Germany, was able to confirm the impact had occurred when radio contact to the ageing spacecraft was lost abruptly. The assumption is that the probe would have been damaged beyond use. In the hours before the planned collision, Rosetta sent back a host of high-resolution pictures and other measurements of the icy dirt-ball. "I can announce full success of this historic descent of Rosetta towards Comet 67P," said European Space Agency mission manager Patrick Martin. "Farewell Rosetta; you've done the job. That was space science at its best." Researchers expect all the data gathered at 67P in the past two years to keep them busy for decades to come. BBC More>>>>>>>>
St Thomas in his Question 74. The Fire Of The Final Conflagration, tells us that at the end of days fire will rise up from the bowels of the earth and consume all the works of men, both holy & profane.

That's all the works of men - no exceptions.

The problem with this church doctrine is that the fire of the final conflagration obeys the will of God.

Meaning: that this fire of the final conflagration will rise up from the bowels of the earth to reach a height no greater than 15 cubits above the mountain tops - this level is the same level that the waters of the deluge reached to destroy all the works of men during the time of Noe.

If this church doctrine is true then please tell me how the profane work called the Rosetta Probe is going to burn up in this fire of the final conflagration?

Really? how is this going to happen?

Unless of course God's laws to not apply to modern man & NASA!

LOL!

Reason why all you traditional Priests, monks & laymen reject a truth of the Catholic Faith.

Oh...here look at where Rosetta Probe is, in relation to where it's supposed to be at the end of days  - so that it burns up in the fire of the final Conflagration:

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