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00:10 Archbishop Vigano questions Benedict’s resignation
03:45 +Msgr. Bux proposes investigation
05:10 +Fr. Gruner in 2014 declares Benedict’s resignation invalid
05:45 Video of +Gruner
09:10 Power is tied to Office
10:30 Canon law itself tells us that a papal resignation can indeed be invalid
11:00 Unpacking the Latin of Benedict’s Declaratio
13:00 Munus vs Ministerium
15:15 The crisis of Eccle…More
00:10 Archbishop Vigano questions Benedict’s resignation
03:45 +Msgr. Bux proposes investigation
05:10 +Fr. Gruner in 2014 declares Benedict’s resignation invalid
05:45 Video of +Gruner
09:10 Power is tied to Office
10:30 Canon law itself tells us that a papal resignation can indeed be invalid
11:00 Unpacking the Latin of Benedict’s Declaratio
13:00 Munus vs Ministerium
15:15 The crisis of Ecclesiology
16:00 Bishop Arrieta on Munus vs Ministerium
18:10 Lewis and Short won’t cut it
19:00 Slowikowska on the criticality of context
20:40 Substantial Error explained
24:00 Benedict’s last General Audience
24:36 Always and Forever
25:30 Passive vs Active exercise of the Munus
27:00 Seewald money question and answer
28:26 Benedict: “The Office enters into your very being.”
32:00 Benedict: “There were no black cassocks available.”
33:30 Vatican II says, in a nouvelle way, that bishops have the power to govern solely by the fact of their consecration, not by papal mandate/jurisdiction
38:00 If Benedict believes his papal power stems back to his episcopal consecration, he believes he can never lose it
40:00 If you are resigning, you need to resign all of it, and understand you are no longer “papal” in any way
41:30 JPII says there is no such thing as Pope Emeritus
44:00 On splitting Vicar of Christ from Bishop of Rome
46:00 There can be no Vicar Emeritus… that’s heresy
48:00 All of this is Substantial Error
49:00 Does this mean his acceptance of the papacy was also invalid?
52:00 If Benedict is pope, are all of Bergoglio’s appointments invalid?
53:45 St. Cajetan on what schism is not
54:15 F. X. Werner and P. Vidal on what schism is not
55:00 +Kramer’s “On the True and False Pope”
55:30 Dr. Radaelli “He is Pope, Not the Other”
56:00 Speculation on motive
58:00 Fr. Malachi Martin money quote on the False Pope

59:00 Prophesy of St. Malachy
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This writer doesn't understand why good Catholics who see & hear the things coming from the current occupant of the Chair of Peter continue to be apologists for objectively indefensible actions and statements. One wonders could any absurdity be declared or outrageous act be performed by the current occupant which would cause them to stop, re-evaluate, and ask themselves, "Exactly who and what am I really defending?!"
Bazsó-Dombi Attila
Tell them: Pope Benedict XVI. in his interview-book mentionned the possibility of his own resignation, but in the same way as the prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith he guided Pope John Paul II. back from the resignation, arguing that "a Pope won't resign"!
Tell them also, that in Rome is happening nothing else, that it already happened in Russia with the Throne and the …More
Tell them: Pope Benedict XVI. in his interview-book mentionned the possibility of his own resignation, but in the same way as the prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith he guided Pope John Paul II. back from the resignation, arguing that "a Pope won't resign"!
Tell them also, that in Rome is happening nothing else, that it already happened in Russia with the Throne and the Altar: were separeted, which means that first the Altar was subordinated to the Trone, and finally the Throne was destroyed and the Altar was corrupted!
Live Mike
“One 'tiny Hobbit' against all the evil the world could muster. A sane being would have given up, but Dr. Edmund Mazza burned with a magnificent madness, a glowing obsession to surmount every obstacle, to teach the truth, destroy error, and cleanse earth of her ignorance. He knew he would try again. Fail, perhaps. And try once more. A thousand, thousand times if need be, but he would not give up …More
“One 'tiny Hobbit' against all the evil the world could muster. A sane being would have given up, but Dr. Edmund Mazza burned with a magnificent madness, a glowing obsession to surmount every obstacle, to teach the truth, destroy error, and cleanse earth of her ignorance. He knew he would try again. Fail, perhaps. And try once more. A thousand, thousand times if need be, but he would not give up the quest.” ― Edited from JRR Tolkien’s The Return of the King