Author Archives: Ron Conte

What If the Papal Accusers Have Their Way?

What do the papal accusers want? What if they get all that they desire? 1. I suppose they want Pope Francis removed, but he can only be removed by death or resignation. Suppose he resigns, and is replaced by a … Continue reading

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Is Vigano Right or Wrong on Francis?

Is the recent public statement by Carlo Maria Vigano Right or Wrong on Pope Francis? I want to begin by assuring my readers that my position on Francis has not changed. But let’s take a trip down the rabbit hole … Continue reading

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Popes Francis, Vigilius, Paul IV, and Ex Apostolatus Officio

Summary: Can Paul IV’s ex officio document be used to claim that Francis is not a valid Pope? No, it cannot. Is Pope Vigilius proof that Popes can be heretics? No, just the opposite. Pope Vigilius Before becoming Roman Pontiff, … Continue reading

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Questions for the Papal Accusers…

…with my answers and their indecision. 1. Was Pope Francis validly elected? The papal accusers cannot agree; some say yes, others say no. Some claim Benedict is still Pope. The dogma of the indefectibility of the Church means that God … Continue reading

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A Mild Faithful Dissent from Pope Francis on Nuclear Weapons

Limited Possibility of Error The Church is indefectible; therefore, the body of Bishops, by the prevenient grace of the Holy Spirit, can never defect by accepted as Roman Pontiff an invalid pope or antipope. Pope Francis has been accepted by … Continue reading

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Birthday of Pope Francis: Dec. 17th (83 years old)

Please pray for Pope Francis on his birthday this Tuesday, December 17th. He will be 83 years old.

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Ordination of Pope Francis

December 13th is the 50th anniversary of the ordination of Pope Francis. Prayers for him and for his intentions, please! Mary as the Rosa Mystica: “I wish the 13th of each month to be celebrated as the day of Mary.”

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Cardinal Manning on the infallible faith of the Pope

In defense of the dogma of the First Vatican Council that the Pope has the “charism of truth and a never-failing faith” as well as the ability to teach ex cathedra (to teach under Papal Infallibility), Cardinal Manning wrote a … Continue reading

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Some German Bishops have gone astray

This preliminary document, in preparation for the German Bishops’ Synod, is in no way an expression of the Magisterium. However, its contents are troubling, as they contain grave error and abject heresy. See the news story here. “…one’s sexual orientation … Continue reading

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The Heretical and Scandalous Call for Reparations on December 12th

Here is the call from Cardinal Burke: “Cardinal Raymond Burke is backing a France-originated call to prayer and reparation on Dec. 12 for the Pachamama idolatry that took place at the Vatican during the Amazon Synod, saying that “diabolical forces” … Continue reading

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Religious Dates In December

December 12th, feast of our Lady of Guadalupe December 12th to 13th, conclusion of monthly Rosa Mystica devotion December 13th, anniversary of the ordination of Pope Francis December 17th, birthday of Pope Francis, Vicar of Christ December 25th, birthday of … Continue reading


Salvation Theology: Knowledge of the Church

Is it true that non-Catholics who know the Catholic Church but do not convert “cannot be saved” CCC 846: “Basing itself on Scripture and Tradition, the Council teaches that the Church, a pilgrim now on earth, is necessary for salvation: … Continue reading


Heresy: that Vatican II erred gravely on doctrine or discipline

The claim that the Second Vatican Council erred gravely on doctrine or discipline is contrary to the dogmas of the First Vatican Council, and therefore it is an heretical claim. The First Vatican Council taught that the Church is indefectible … Continue reading

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Remember the Hour of Grace: Noon, December 8th, Sunday

For the Rosa Mystica devotion, Noon on December 8th — which is this Sunday this year — is a special hour of spiritual and bodily graces. Go to Mass and receive Communion in the morning, then pray at noon for … Continue reading


Communion for the Remarried: Joseph Ratzinger

In a work of private theology, Joseph Ratzinger (1972) — who became Pope Benedict XVI — opined that the divorced and remarried should be admitted to Communion, in some cases, despite living with their second partner while the first valid … Continue reading

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Where Does The Authority To Elect A Pope Reside?

Where Does The Authority To Elect A Pope Reside? In the body of Bishops. Currently, the College of Cardinals elects each successive Roman Pontiff. But this does not occur of necessity. The first Pope, Saint Peter, was “elected” (chosen) by … Continue reading

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Questions for the Papal Accusers

A. How can Pope Francis — the successor of Peter, the Roman pontiff, the Prince of the Apostles, the true vicar of Christ, the Head of the whole Church, the father and teacher of all Christian people — be guilty … Continue reading

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The One World Religion of the Antichrist

1. The Antichrist is not in the world today. There is a common opinion that the tribulation is divided into two parts, the lesser and greater tribulation. The lesser tribulation occurs first, with a length of time in-between the two … Continue reading


Proof that Pope emeritus Benedict is Not still Pope

One prominent theory among the papal accusers is that Pope Francis was never the valid Roman Pontiff. The reason given is that Benedict’s resignation was invalid, making him still the Pope. This would then imply that any subsequent election would … Continue reading

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Theology Q and A

1. Was St. Joseph resurrected? No. Only Jesus and the virgin Mary have received the resurrection. St. Joseph is in heaven in soul only, not in body. The Virgin Mary told Saint Bridget that there are no resurrected human bodies … Continue reading

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