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Does an Excommunicated Priest Administer Valid Sacraments? (Part I) Q: I was confirmed as an adult convert by a priest who had faculties to do so. Recently, I have noticed that this priest has voiced …More
Does an Excommunicated Priest Administer Valid Sacraments? (Part I)

Q: I was confirmed as an adult convert by a priest who had faculties to do so. Recently, I have noticed that this priest has voiced his personal opinions about Pope Francis that are arguably schismatic. For example, that the Pope has shared heretical opinions in interviews and audiences. It is my understanding that a schismatic incurs excommunication latae sententiae.
My question then, is does the potential latae sententiae penalty render the sacraments I have received illicit (albeit valid)? Or does the continued presence of formal faculties protect the legality of the sacraments? Would I need to be confirmed again? – John

The full debate on the question in the .pdf uploaded (part I.).

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Does an Excommunicated Priest Administer Valid Sacraments? (Part I)
LATINMASS
How is a priest saying that the pope has made heretical comments schismatic? Has he in fact been excommunicated?
Bazsó-Dombi Attila
Ask the source, please!
Ivan Tomas
"It is my understanding that a schismatic incurs excommunication latae sententiae."
Only in the case if it concerns a true Pope. Which is of course not the case with antipope BerGOGlio.