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Cardinal Brandmuller errs gravely on Church law

Here’s the link to the claims by this “dubia Cardinal” Walter Brandmüller. Brandmuller starts out well: “First of all, it should be noted that a law, in order to acquire binding force, does not require any special acceptance by the … Continue reading

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The Roman Pontiff and the Ordinary Universal Magisterium

Can the body of Bishops teach infallibly without the Roman Pontiff having taught or approved the same doctrine? This question applies to Conciliar Infallibility as well as to the ordinary universal Magisterium. Ecumenical Councils In the case of an Ecumenical … Continue reading

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They are not Faithful to Christ who Oppose the Pope

They are not Faithful to Christ who Oppose the Pope. They are not Faithful to Christ who Oppose the Pope. They are not Faithful to Christ who Oppose the Pope. They are not Faithful to Christ who Oppose the Pope. … Continue reading

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What If a Pope Loses His Mental Competency?

What would happen if a Roman Pontiff lost his mental competency, due to senile dementia or severe mental illness? Or what if the Pope were in a coma for a time? Is there a way to remove the Pope, so … Continue reading

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Contra Timothy Gordon on the Wickedness of Any Pope

YouTube enthusiast Timothy Gordon opines that Pope Francis is the worst and most wicked Pope ever. How does he know the soul of the Pope? More importantly, is it possible that God permits wicked Popes to be the Head of … Continue reading

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Can Pope Francis excommunicate those who reject Traditionis?

There was a controversy in the early Church on when to celebrate the Crucifixion of Jesus: according to the timing in the Jewish faith for Passover, Nisan 14, or instead according to the day of the week, Friday [1]. Saint … Continue reading

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Reply to the TLM Growth and Numbers argument

More than a few traditionalist authors are making an argument for why the TLM should not be restricted: the traditional Latin Mass has seen a growth in the number of Masses and the number of attendees over the past few … Continue reading

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Pope Francis is not attacking the Latin Mass

How can I say that, when the holy Father has stated his intention to bring an end to the Traditional Latin Mass? The problem is not the Latin Mass, but the people who use it as a way to gather … Continue reading

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Why did God choose Wheat Bread and Grape Wine?

Why did Jesus the Son of God choose wheat bread and grape wine for the Eucharist? The reasons are numerous. 1. As foods preferred by the wealthy, there would always be wheat bread and grape wine available, throughout the future … Continue reading

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Reply to Bishop Schneider on Traditionis Custodes

Bishop Athanasius Schneider is a schismatic and heretic as proven by his most recent interview, on Traditionis Custodes. Here is the interview at Rorate Caeli, which translates from the Latin as “the turning of the heavens” or, more literally, “the … Continue reading

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The Necessity and Tragedy of Traditionis Custodes

The necessity of Traditionis Custodes is to correct heresy and schism that has gravely harmed the Church and many faithful. What happened is that many traditionalist leaders have taught heresy and committed schism. And many conservative leaders, who do not … Continue reading

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The Big Lie: Traditionalist Orthodoxy

In the article “Pope sends discouraging message,” Charles Lewis has this to say: “There is less confusion about Church teachings among those who take part in the Latin Mass than in any other corner of Catholicism. It is one of … Continue reading

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