By David Martin——Previous Articles—October 21, 2017 With all the controversy that surrounded the election of Pope Francis upon the resignation of Pope Benedict in 2013, it seems that Catholics may have lost sight of a key element in this episode, namely, that Benedict XVI never resigned his papal office, but only the active exercise thereof. On the eve of his resignation, he said: “Anyone who accepts the Petrine ministry no longer has any privacy. Continue Reading →
Only God knows whether or not Francis is an antipope, writes retired Bishop René Gracida, 94, of Corpus Christi, Texas. In two posts (September 5 and 29) on his blog “abyssum.org” he expresses doubts whether Francis’ election was “valid and licit”. According to Gracida the Apostolic Constitution Universi Dominici Gregis excommunicates any cardinal who participates in a conspiracy for the election of a new pope, “There is no doubt that Francis was party to a Continue Reading →
Quick Periscope Check I’m on pilgrimage, consulting with very wise, experienced and influential people. The opportunity arose, and I jumped on it. I will be back to the Van Down by the Other River Saturday. SuperNerd and I will try to do a Podcast then, if schedules align. A few quick notes. In terms of the Filial Correction, you all know what I’m going to say. It’s great that people are DOING SOMETHING. Wonderful. You Continue Reading →
George Neumayr’s new book is worth buying and reading.
Yes, Antipope Bergoglio is Maneuvering to Set Up a “One World Religion” with Himself as the Head By Ann Barnhardt In review, and in the interests of making absolutely certain that we are all thinking and reasoning from the firm foundation of a TRUE PREMISE or premises: Pope Benedict XVI Ratzinger submitted an invalid resignation in February of ARSH 2013, predicated upon the error that the Papacy could be bifurcated or in any way shared Continue Reading →
If Francis is an Antipope, We Can’t Know It Yet 0 BY STEVE SKOJEC ON JUNE 21, 2016 1P5 BLOG 43 Shares131 The same day Pope Benedict XVI announced his abdication, lightning struck the Vatican twice. (Source) Over the weekend, noteworthy Catholic blogger Ann Barnhardt published an essay in which she states that she believes “Jorge Bergoglio, ‘Francis’ to be an Antipope, never having been canonically elected, and that Joseph Ratzinger, Pope Benedict XVI is Continue Reading →
Vocem Alienorum: The Voice of Antipope Francis Bergoglio Is the Voice of A Stranger It is now clear to me, and I feel it morally incumbent upon me given my position to publicly state that I believe Jorge Bergoglio, “Francis” to be an Antipope, never having been canonically elected, and that Joseph Ratzinger, Pope Benedict XVI is still the Roman Pontiff. The sheer quantity of evidence, and the diversity of the confluent evidence sets, is Continue Reading →