Dear Jorge B, "He who serially teaches heresy, to the Church & the world, is outside the Church!!!
Just as 1+1 does not equal 3, so too a heretic cannot be the Pope....the infallible Rock on which the Church is built......"
The brazen audacity of the one who serially communicates heresies to the entire Church, has sanctioned sacrilegious communion (as per Amoris Laetitia), and who before the world presided over idolatrous Pachamama worshipping in the Vatican, to be telling faithful, orthodox Catholics that they are outside the Church, takes my breath away!!!
Given that this man was well entrenched in his heretical ways decades before he presumed the Chair of Peter, his election could never have been valid in the first place. It is absurd to think that he, Bergoglio, suddenly adopted all his current heretical positions, only after his supposed election to the Chair of Peter.
See this..... published March13, 2013 :- rorate-caeli.blogspot.comPope Pius IV (1499-1565)
"We declare that if ever it should appear that any bishop, even one acting as an Archbishop, Patriarch, or Primate, or a Cardinal of the Roman Church, or a legate, or even the Roman Pontiff, whether prior to his promotion to Cardinal, or prior to his election as Roman Pontiff, has beforehand deviated from the Catholic Faith or fallen into any heresy, we enact, we decree, we determine, we define: Such promotion or election in and of itself, even with the agreement and unanimous consent of all the Cardinals, shall be null, legally invalid, and void.......Pope Paul IV (1555-1559), Bull "Cum ex Apostolatus Officio," February 16, 1559, sec. 9Don't worry..... I am fully aware of all the other potential Canonical flaws in the process of the St Gallen Mafia group manufacturing Benedict's resignation & Bergoglio's supposed 'election'.And from pre-Vatican II Canoniststhirdorderofsaintdominic.org/Prophetic Warnings.html
"Finally they cannot be numbered among the schismatics, who refuse to obey the Roman Pontiff because they consider his person to be suspect or doubtfully elected on account of rumors in circulation..." Wernz-Vidal: Ius Canonicum, Vol vii, n. 398.
"Nor is there any schism if one suspects the person of the pope or the validity of his election, or if one resists him as the civil head of a state." Szal, Rev Ignatius: Communication of Catholics with Schismatics, CUA, 1948, p.2
"Neither is someone a schismatic for denying his subjection to the Pontiff on the grounds that he has solidly founded [probabiliter] doubts concerning the legitimacy of his election or his power [refs to Sanchez and Palao]." de Lugo: Disp., De Virt. Fid. Div., disp xxv, sect iii, nn. 35-8