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Contra Sedevacantism

Bellarmine and Suarez on The Question of a Heretical Pope By Robert J. Siscoe www.cfnews.org/…/d9316b1dfdf813d… In the February 2014 issue of Catholic Family News, John Salza published a timely …
Ultraviolet
Not this again. "Francis doesn't the real pope" "Benedict maybe resigned but he didn't really resign." derp-a-derp. No U.
BrotherBeowulf
The Siscoe Bros. get it wrong from the gitgo. Namely Cardinal Bergoglio was never pope. Not for one second. A. Pope Benedict was forced to resign and therefore his attempted resignation was invalid. B. Pope Benedict—although in all likelihood forced to resign—nonetheless resigned the active ministry while purposefully he retained the papal munus or office. And/Or: C. Pope Benedict may have …More
The Siscoe Bros. get it wrong from the gitgo. Namely Cardinal Bergoglio was never pope. Not for one second. A. Pope Benedict was forced to resign and therefore his attempted resignation was invalid. B. Pope Benedict—although in all likelihood forced to resign—nonetheless resigned the active ministry while purposefully he retained the papal munus or office. And/Or: C. Pope Benedict may have intentionally offered his partial resignation precisely to reveal the Homosexual Network Strangling the Church and its now well-known public face Cardinal Bergoglio. Pope Benedict may have intended to permit the H. N. S. C. to have full reign and, drunk with power, unmask and reveal itself.
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foward
Not catholic can not be the Pope. If not, why John XXII did rectify for a simple homily?
Rand Miller
Salsa and Siscoe are wrong. They ignore the fact that a man who is already a heretic never attains the Papacy. How many times do anti-sedevacantists present this straw man argument.
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