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Cardinal, "What Is All That Nonsense Of Benedict XVI Dressing In White?"

The resignation of Benedict XVI on February 11, 2013 has created an “odd solution”, writes the journalist Damian Thompson.

Writing in the Catholic Herald (February 2), Thompson cites an anonymous cardinal who said about Benedict XVI's demission, “What’s all that nonsense of dressing in white? He should have been Cardinal Ratzinger again.”

Thompson asks whether Benedict XVI's resignation “secularised the office of the Supreme Pontiff” adding, “Who was the true moderniser: Francis or Benedict?”

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Rafał_Ovile
Dr Stuart Reiss you have not cited any of my words directly stating 'Francis is a heretic', what you have accused me of. I hope you are not lying nor being confused. Again, demonstrate basic intellectual honesty by proving your point citing direct quotation from my comment. Then, I may reply to facts not confabulation. Otherwise apologize or I will have to react to your intellectual reasoning in …More
Dr Stuart Reiss you have not cited any of my words directly stating 'Francis is a heretic', what you have accused me of. I hope you are not lying nor being confused. Again, demonstrate basic intellectual honesty by proving your point citing direct quotation from my comment. Then, I may reply to facts not confabulation. Otherwise apologize or I will have to react to your intellectual reasoning in an adequate manner in a separate publication.

tbswv try to read some canonic reflections on BXVI's abdication and Socci's book "Non e Francesco" otherwise you will orbit around speculative reasoning. There is no continuity in the present pontificate either with Tradition nor Vatican II Council . Specifically, to understand BXVI's abdication and the present pontificate the historical scope for analysis should at least start at the Conclave of 2005. This was the turning point for mafia St. Gallen with progressive end which did not achieve their basic goal of continuity. Ever since pope Benedict XVI has asked for prayer in first his homily, not to escape from the wolves, 'Saints' from Saint Gallen implemented by all means the procedure to subvert the "terrible" pontificate against their own interests. Reducing analysis to the day of abdication or extending back to Council II will probably lead one to many false conclusions out of relevant and integral context. Also and most importantly the aid of grace from Triune God is mandatory to understand the abdication.
allan500
Maybe Benedict is telling us something.
tbswv
This is just another novelty (two popes confiding with each other) new Rome uses to quietly hide the real cause for Benedict's stepping down. We can thank his butler for exposing the truth. Two crimes: one, the laundering of money at the Vatican Bank; and second, the coverup by Benedict of known peodophile bishops and priests. Recall who was the cardinal responsible for investigating these …More
This is just another novelty (two popes confiding with each other) new Rome uses to quietly hide the real cause for Benedict's stepping down. We can thank his butler for exposing the truth. Two crimes: one, the laundering of money at the Vatican Bank; and second, the coverup by Benedict of known peodophile bishops and priests. Recall who was the cardinal responsible for investigating these allegations. None other than Cardinal Ratzinger when JPII was pope. Marcel Maciel welcomed with open arms by JPII. How sad for our Church and this is still going on under Francis.
Rafał_Ovile
Dr Stuart Reiss if I may kindly ask you to provide a citation with link where I have declared "Pope Francis is a heretic" in context of my position to the present situation? I hope you have the ability to distinguish between material and formal heresy. Moreover, to make a distinction between Pope Benedict XVI and Francis you should make distinction between potency and act. To be precise someone …More
Dr Stuart Reiss if I may kindly ask you to provide a citation with link where I have declared "Pope Francis is a heretic" in context of my position to the present situation? I hope you have the ability to distinguish between material and formal heresy. Moreover, to make a distinction between Pope Benedict XVI and Francis you should make distinction between potency and act. To be precise someone can be a potential heretic and the other act as heretic, for i.e. by issuing and pertinaciously advocating a material heresy. Nevertheless, formally not declared a heretic.
Rafał_Ovile
Dr Stuart Reiss/ Josephmary
God's wisdom has HIS ways to show anthropocentric foolishness before punishmnent is executed onto them for disobedeince and disloyalty. Following are God's words to those who are more pope than Pope and rudely ignorant. "The good person brings forth the good thing out of the good treasure[y] of his heart. And the evil person brings forth the evil thing out of his …More
Dr Stuart Reiss/ Josephmary
God's wisdom has HIS ways to show anthropocentric foolishness before punishmnent is executed onto them for disobedeince and disloyalty. Following are God's words to those who are more pope than Pope and rudely ignorant. "The good person brings forth the good thing out of the good treasure[y] of his heart. And the evil person brings forth the evil thing out of his evil treasure. For his mouth speaks out of the abundance of the heart."
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Josephmary
Apparently no one has read all 35 to 40 books Mr bendict wrote. He's a an apostate a heretic a rogue a traitor and excommunicated by what he wrote in each and every book by his own hand. He can't be trusted he played a major roll at vatican 2 and he is a 33 degree freemanson the whole world knows this and he's gay.