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Schismatic ignorance. Since some Catholics also share it, this is a good time to correct it. According to Canon Law, "Heresy is the obstinate denial or obstinate doubt after the reception of baptism of some truth which is to be believed by divine and Catholic faith;" The distinction between an obstinate act (denial or doubt) and an act per se is critical. "Obstinate" shows a deliberate course …More
Schismatic ignorance. Since some Catholics also share it, this is a good time to correct it. According to Canon Law, "Heresy is the obstinate denial or obstinate doubt after the reception of baptism of some truth which is to be believed by divine and Catholic faith;" The distinction between an obstinate act (denial or doubt) and an act per se is critical. "Obstinate" shows a deliberate course of action in the face of correction, i.e. "stubbornly adhering to an opinion, purpose, or course in spite of reason, arguments, or persuasion."

Citation (Merriam-Webster dictionary entry: "Obstinate")

An obstinate denial or an obstinate doubt shows that:

a.) the accused heretic has expressed a view
b.) The Church has disgreed with that view as contrary to its teachings.
c.) The Church has attempted to correct the accused heretic
d.) the accused heretic has opposed that correction by the Church.

Regarding Pope Francis, He has certainly expressed his views. but points b.) through d.) have not occurred.

Who has the temporal authority to represent the Church in correcting the supposed errors of the Church's highest temporal authority?