No Pope No Church Thesis 6-30-17 Com. St. Paul St. Peter
Dear friends of the FAITH:
The Vatican Council (1869), which defined Papal infallibility & Perpetual successors in the Papacy, makes it clear by the Church that there can never be a break in the line of successors of Peter (and there never has been beyond death or resignation). Continue reading
How ironic that what is transpiring with SSPX and AntiChrist Francis would be happening during the passion week of Our Lord. Not that I will be killed this weekend but the fly is in the ointment, as they say.
First, let me explain that Joseph from the offset of becoming aware that the Lord would come back on Pentecost Sunday in 1970 set out to tell the whole world and I started with the Bishop of Rome Paul VI. I sent him a registered letter. Next my Cardinal Manning (Cardinal McIntyre was just being phased out.} my Pastor Father Redahan RIP. Than I proceeded to inform all the Traditional Bishops and Fathers. Many of the Traditional Bishops and Fathers endorsed my finding but CMRI later changed it’s position. Continue reading
This article written by a Sede Vacantist Catholic Priest is the basic position of most Traditional Catholic Priests and is well written. I must point out; however, as with most of these traditional Catholic priests that what is being ignored is the Perpetual successors in the Papacy by the same council they quote. The Vatican Council (1869) This council makes it clear that there can never be a break in the line of successors of Peter, (and there never has been accept for death resignation or exile.) Now, even with all of the Anti-popes in the past history of the church there was also a living true Pope. The one important factor left out, in a word is, ANTI-CHRIST. The rest of these articles you will find on my web site under current and “Why Sede Vacante.”
The Church in declaring the Pope is Infallible. Traditional Newsletter 442
The papal election from November 1268 to September 1, 1271, Wikipedia
Following the death of Pope Clement IV, was the longest papal election in the history of the Catholic Church. This was due primarily to political infighting between the cardinals.
This is called an Interregnum. Not considered a break in the line of popes.
Here you are my friends, straight from the Happer-Collins Encyclopedia of Catholicism 1995
Paul VI found the traditional Mass too Catholic and directed that it had to replicate the Calvinist Communion Service as revealed by his confidant, Jean Guitton;
The New Mass closely replicates the 1959 Communion Service of the Protestant “Church of South India;”
The New Mass never had an Offertory. Preparation of the Gifts is one of the 18 blessings taken from the Talmud, reference, REAL STORY OF THE OFFERTORY’S REPLACEMENT
REAL STORY OF THE OFFERTORY’S REPLACEMENT Continue reading
The Catholic Laity “are permitted and sometimes even obliged to express their opinions on those things which concern the good of the Church”…Constitution on the Church.
Vol, 8 – NO. 14 – Nov, 13, 1971 ~ Editor: Hugh McGovern
“VATICAN II DID CHANGE DOCTRINE: IT CHARTED COURSE OF A NEW RELIGION,” SAYS NOTED WRITER – Prof. Marcel De Corte, famed French Catholic apologist and professor of University of Liege, takes Vatican II over the hurdles in fully documented 17-page essay in Courrier De Rome (Paris, France). Continue reading
Quotes on Jurisdiction: ‘Necessity makes licit what is illicit.’ Pope Gregory IX ‘It is true that one sins against the rule who adheres to the letter and leaves aside the spirit’ Pope Boniface XIII ‘The HIGHEST LAW is the SALVATION of Souls’ Pope Pius X Canon 2261.2-3, 1917 Code of Canon Law: “… The Faithful may for any just cause ask The Sacraments or Sacramentals of one who is excommunicated, ESPECIALLY, IF there is no one else to give them (c. 2261.2). Continue reading
True or False Pope? is the most thoroughly researched, detailed and systematic refutation of Sedevacantism that exists, (so they think), and represents the most cogent defense of the Papacy and Church against their specious arguments. In this 700 page tome, John Salza and Robert Siscoe present material from Popes (?) (So do Sede Vacantists) The book True or False Pope states that Vatican II was not Ex Cathedra nor infallible because they did not define anything as “dogma that is divinely revealed.” The book also states that in order for the church to be infallible on a given teaching, the church must claim it is teaching infallibly. (?) Continue reading
Impugning the known truth is a mortal sin against the Holy Ghost
The definition of Sede Vacante is not defined correctly. It is an adopted word to explain an empty chair as a result of a death or resignation of a pope. The problem with this definition alludes to the state of the church to be headless. Our Lord said “Thou art Peter . . . . and the gates of Hell shall not prevail against it.” This implies that no matter what happens to the pope there will always be someone to act in the place of the pope who will run the church until another pope is elected. Hence we have the term “perpetual successors”. The Church has always taught that St. Peter’s successors to be in an unending, an unbroken chain. So up until the Vatican II Council, there has never been a break in the line of successors (Vatican Council I).What I wish to state is up until the Vatican II Council, the proper understanding of Sede Vacante is really Sede Transition for, as I pointed out, the Church is never without its delegated authority. Continue reading
Why did Cardinals Ottaviani and Bacci proceed to offer the New Mass anyway? If the Ottaviani Intervention was sufficient to establish the crime of heresy of Paul VI?
Their complaint was only that it was problematic, but they ended up tolerating it. I do not know of one Church Theologian who believes that Paul VI’s rejection of the Ottaviani Intervention was sufficient to establish Paul VI’s crime of heresy. Do you?
Otherwise, Ottaviani and Bacci would have declared Paul VI to be a formal heretic, and they would have refused to say the New
Clarification of the opposition LEADERS to the Vatican II Council
When Pope Paul VI rejected the “Ottaviani Intervention,” on November 19, 1969, he also rejected all of the RELIGIOUS who were in defiant to the Vatican II Council. On this day he said “that using the new rites was an act of obedience, Continue reading
During a conversation with Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre in 1980, I hinted about my worries over finding a bishop after his death who would ordain traditional Catholic priests and confirm our children.
The archbishop — at that time he hadn’t indicated whether he would one day consecrate bishops — tactfully replied that the question worried him, too, and that “Deus providebit” — God will provide. He added, with one of his trademark French chuckles, that each time he had a coughing or sneezing fit in the seminary chapel at Econe, he could almost hear the 80 seminarians silently change their prayer to just one fervent petition: “God, let him live — at least till he ordains me!” MORE