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INCOMING: Francis' Exhortation vs Coffee with Viganò

From a mountain top is West Virginia, Michael Matt comments on Pope Francis' Apostolic Exhortation, which is due to be released in the next week or so. The thing is evidently so radical that …More
From a mountain top is West Virginia, Michael Matt comments on Pope Francis' Apostolic Exhortation, which is due to be released in the next week or so. The thing is evidently so radical that Cardinal Hummes sent out a secret letter to the world's bishops telling them how to make sure the Exhortation is accepted by "people of good will" and all those "in communion with Pope Francis." In other words, if you object to this latest heterodox bombshell from Francis, you're probably not in full communion with the 'god of surprises.' Also in this episode, Cardinal Sarah doubles down, Mike Pence goes to the Vatican to try to convince Francis that the pro-life party in America is not his enemy, and an exclusive photo of the "Trump of Europe"--Matteo Salvini--on his knees in front of an image of the Infant Jesus (and yet where the Vatican is concerned, Salvini is the bad guy and Bernie Sanders is the good guy....go figure!). And finally Michael relates his impression of Archbishop Viganò after having had a conversation over coffee with him recently in Germany. Please help us with Remnant TV: Subscribe to our YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/channel/UCaYPEP4en3RHlv… Follow Michael Matt and The Remnant on Twitter: twitter.com/michael_j_matt @Michael_J_Matt @remnantnews Follow Michael Matt on Facebook: www.facebook.com/michael.matt.733 Donate to our Tax-Exempt Foundation: remnantnewspaper.com/web/index.php/donate-home
Thors Catholic Hammer
If a Catholic believes with all sincerity and conviction that a pope is leading the flock to perdition then he must immediately cease to recognize that pope as lawful or valid.
The reason is that when a catholic believes in his heart that the pope is acting so then he must also believe in his heart that such a pope is still connected to Christ.
But that entails believing in a self evident manifes…More
If a Catholic believes with all sincerity and conviction that a pope is leading the flock to perdition then he must immediately cease to recognize that pope as lawful or valid.
The reason is that when a catholic believes in his heart that the pope is acting so then he must also believe in his heart that such a pope is still connected to Christ.
But that entails believing in a self evident manifest contradiction.

Recognize and resist with regard to the alleged pontificate of francis 1st is simply no longer tenable because the accumulated public evidence that the man is a formal heretic is now irrefutable.

A formal heretic can not be a pope because he has severed himself from the Mystical Body of Christ .
Ultraviolet
"If a Catholic believes with all sincerity and conviction that a pope is leading the flock to perdition then he must immediately cease to recognize that pope as lawful or valid."

Quote the Catechism or Canon Law where this doctrine occurs.
Thors Catholic Hammer
It’s obvious now that in your heart and head you actually know with moral certainty that alleged pope Francis is leading the flock to perdition.
But you struggle against the truth and vilify anybody who points out these obvious and public truths to you.
Why are you following what you deem to be a “pope” into perdition?
There is no need to do that because Francis , if he ever was in the past, is …More
It’s obvious now that in your heart and head you actually know with moral certainty that alleged pope Francis is leading the flock to perdition.
But you struggle against the truth and vilify anybody who points out these obvious and public truths to you.
Why are you following what you deem to be a “pope” into perdition?
There is no need to do that because Francis , if he ever was in the past, is certainly not now a pope.
Ultraviolet
I asked for a citation from Canon Law or the Catholic Catechism where your "doctrine" occurs. Otherwise, it sounds suspiciously like heresy

What is "obvious" is your inability to factually support your claim using the teachings and laws of the Church..

Instead, the only thing you supplied is more your rhetorical grandstanding. Skip the strawman argument about what I "actually know" or "…More
I asked for a citation from Canon Law or the Catholic Catechism where your "doctrine" occurs. Otherwise, it sounds suspiciously like heresy

What is "obvious" is your inability to factually support your claim using the teachings and laws of the Church..

Instead, the only thing you supplied is more your rhetorical grandstanding. Skip the strawman argument about what I "actually know" or "struggle against". You know nothing of either.

The "obvious" truth is you're a fraud. You have invented a "doctrine" that has ZERO support from the Church.
G.K.Chesterton
Real love is not passive; because one cannot feel it without being ready to fight for it.