The kingdom of heaven is likened to a man that sowed good seed in his field....
"Now," continues St. Augustine, "are these seed of evil-doers the heretics, or Catholics of bad lives?" "It is possible," he answers, "to call even the heretics a seed of evil-doers because they have sprung up from the seed of the Gospel, and been begotten in the Name of Christ, though afterwards they have turned after crooked ways and lying doctrines...." Heretics do not stand in the Truth inasmuch as He Who Is the Truth teaches us that the father of lies has no part in Him - no admixture of truth and error, therefore, St. Augustine would refuse and refute, in the succeeding continuation of his sermon, the diabolically disoriented 'official' hierarchs in their ecumenical harlotry on their delusional "New disOrder" of 'partial communion' and 'full communion' for Our Lord is categorical in His condemnation of these apostates and their heretical buddies: cut off from Me (cf., Jn. XV.6), why a "NEW THEO....", a "New Jesus" (see, "Arch-heretic Luther honored in Rome"); and so is St. Paul, the light to the pagans sitting in darkness: what fellowship has light with darkness, what concord has Christ with Belial, what part has the faithful with the unbeliever (II Cor. VI.14-15)? And a man who is heretic, after first and second monitions, avoid (Titus III.10) - more so after condemnatory sentence by the Church's teaching office.
"Forasmuch as the Lord saith, The field is the world, (and not, the Church,) we may well understand that the seed of evil doers are the heretics, since in this world they are mingled together with the good, not in one common Communion [absolute sense as is demonstrated in the preceding: professing the SAME Faith held always and everywhere according to the SAME TRADITIONAL SENSE, unity of SAME Sacramental life according to the traditional Rite, and unity under the SAME traditional SUBJECTION in true obedience to the Sovereign PONTIFEX MAXIMUS crowned with the tiara], but only under one common name of Christian. But they which are of one faith with the good seed, and yet are themselves worthless, may more fitly be likened to straw than to tares, since the straw springeth from one soil and one root with the good ear.
However, as touching the net cast into the sea, and enclosing a great multitude of fishes, both bad and good, we may well understand that by the bad are meant Catholics of bad lives. For the sea is one thing whereby we may understand to be signified the world; and the net another, which seemeth to signify our Faith, or the Communion of one Church. Between heretics and sinful Catholics there is this difference, that heretics believe a lie, and sinful Catholics believe the truth, but live not as they believe [seeking a convenient 'Catholicism']."
You say you believe the Truth? We charge you, brethren, in the Name of Our Lord Jesus Christ that you withdraw yourselves [in Catholic Resistance] from them who walk disorderly, and not according to the Tradition which they have received of us (II Thess. III.6)