Proof that Communion on the Tongue does not Preserve Orthodoxy

So the claim is made that the change of discipline from Communion on the tongue, kneeling, to Communion on the hand, standing, has been the cause of persons falling away from the true Faith, and the cause of the heresy … Continue reading

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If Pope Francis and Vatican II taught heresy…

… certain conclusions are implied. First of all, no valid Pope can teach heresy, so Pope Francis would have to be an antipope. And the same is true for Ecumenical Councils. No valid Council can teach heresy. So if Vatican … Continue reading

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The Errors of Bishop Schneider on Jews and Muslims

Read my previous post on this subject. Recently Bishop Schneider reasserted this error, in an interview with Taylor Marshall. He claims that Jews and Muslims cannot have supernatural faith.

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Has Communion in the Hand led to Heresy and Grave Harm to the Church?

No, it has not. For the Church is indefectible. So it is not possible for the Church to go astray by means of a discipline that leads to heresy or that causes grave harm to the Church. This cannot be … Continue reading

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Questions for Taylor Marshall and Bishops Schneider

Regarding this interview as well as recent public expression by both men: If Vatican II taught heresy, how can it be a valid Council? The Bishops who taught heresy would be automatically excommunicated. If Vatican II taught heresy, how can … Continue reading

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Taylor Marshall interviews Bishop Athanasius Schneider

In a video on YouTube, Bishop Athanasius Schneider was interviewed by Dr. Taylor Marshall on Vatican II. These two schismatics agreed that Vatican II taught heresy, and needs to be corrected. But there are some problems with this claim. So … Continue reading

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How Schism Leads To Heresy

Saint Thomas Aquinas, quoting Saint Jerome (In Ep. ad Tit. iii, 10): “there is no schism that does not devise some heresy for itself, that it may appear to have had a reason for separating from the Church.”Summa Theologica Schismatics … Continue reading

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My Simple Faithful Position on Pope Francis

I believe that the 21 Ecumenical Councils, from Nicea to Vatican II, are each and all valid Councils. And since an Ecumenical Council is the body of Bishops led by the Roman Pontiff, all that is taught by any Council … Continue reading

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What is the Status of the Society of Pope Saint Pius X (SSPX)

Bishop Athanasius Schneider claims that the SSPX are not schismatic. He points out that Pope Benedict XVI lifted the canonical excommunication imposed formerly by Pope Saint John Paul II. And then Pope Francis gave the SSPX priests full ordinary faculties … Continue reading

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Remain Faithful During The Schism

We live during a time when Cardinals and Bishops speak out against the Roman Pontiff, not merely disagreeing with a theological opinion or a non-infallible teaching, but rejecting his authority in full. Catholic media outlets, which used to defend the … Continue reading

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Archbishop Carlo M. Vigano is a Schismatic

The most recent Interview with Vigano makes it very clear that Vigano does not believe that Pope Francis is a valid Roman Pontiff, nor that he is the head of the one true holy Catholic Church. To be fair, here … Continue reading

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The False Prophecies of Fr. Michel Rodrigue

Here’s an article on one of Fr. Michel Rodrigue’s refuges for the faithful during the End Times: Who is Fr. Michel Rodrigue? The author of the article visited one of the refuges. Supposedly, during the End Times, the followers of … Continue reading

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LifeSiteNews continues to push its pseudo-dogma condemning Communion in the hand

According to LifeSiteNews, “laity should never touch Holy Communion with bare hands”. They are adamant that this is absolutely true; it is not presented as an opinion. They have gone so far as to encourage people to take a pledge … Continue reading

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Covid-19 death rate continues to fall

See the latest post at Covid.us.org

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Dear 1Peter5, Your Claims about Gasser and Pighius are False

Over at the blog OnePeterFive.com (1P5), this article caught my attention: Papal Infallibility After One Hundred and Fifty Years. It was written by “Pauper Peregrinus”, the pseudonym of a Catholic priest and theologian. The purpose of this post is to … Continue reading

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Vatican I taught that no Pope can teach heresy or be a heretic

First Vatican Council: Tanner translation: “This gift of truth and never-failing faith was therefore divinely conferred on Peter and his successors in this see so that they might discharge their exalted office for the salvation of all, and so that … Continue reading

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How Can Vatican II Be Infallible?

The Council fathers decided not to use the type of solemn definition found in many, not all, past Ecumenical Councils. So without a solemn definition, how can the teachings be infallible? There are three types of infallible teachings of the … Continue reading

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Are All The Teachings of Vatican II Inerrant?

The recent discussion on Vatican II — and the suggestion from the far right that it should be rejected as a whole — brought up in interesting point. Saint Robert Bellarmine believed that every teaching of every Ecumenical Council was … Continue reading

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Questions for those who reject the teachings of Pope Francis

So if you understand the Catholic Faith so well that you are fit to judge and reject Pope Francis and/or the Second Vatican Council, why do you refuse to answer important questions about the Faith? You complain that Pope Francis … Continue reading

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I know of no doctrinal error by any Ecumenical Council

In theory, an Ecumenical Council can teach either/both infallibly or non-infallibly. And a non-infallible teaching can err, though not gravely. But I’ve never found any error of any type in any Ecumenical Council’s teaching. Perhaps Ecumenical Councils are infallible in … Continue reading

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