Fr. Jenkins with more on Garabandal, Fr. Ripperger, Francis and more..

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Strong and Steadfast
I'm listening to this interview with Fr. Jenkins, and they start discussing Fr. Ripperger and call his methods "problematic", and discuss how deliverance prayers "sound protestant", but Fr. Jenkins the whole time seems at least somewhat respectful of Fr. Ripperger, and even says, "he might have answers to these questions". If Fr. Jenkins would take a little more time to listen to Fr. Ripperger's …More
I'm listening to this interview with Fr. Jenkins, and they start discussing Fr. Ripperger and call his methods "problematic", and discuss how deliverance prayers "sound protestant", but Fr. Jenkins the whole time seems at least somewhat respectful of Fr. Ripperger, and even says, "he might have answers to these questions". If Fr. Jenkins would take a little more time to listen to Fr. Ripperger's talks online, I think he would find that not only does Fr. Ripperger have those answers, and explains them very clearly, but he also demonstrates how it was the protestants who took these things from the Catholic Church.

As the interviewer mentions, Fr. Ripperger talks about authority a great deal, and I think there's a reason for that. It becomes apparent, listening to this priest, that he doesn't fully understand the principles that Fr. Ripperger teaches regarding authority. That made me wonder, who is this Fr. Jenkins, that he doesn't understand the hierarchy of authority? 10 seconds later I had my revelation: he is SSPV. Of course he doesn't understand the authority, or the power of authority, because he has rejected it, and he is now outside the Catholic Church. It would be wise for him to do a deep dive into Fr. Ripperger and his talks. It may very well save his soul.
Restorationist Jimbo
The SSPV regards the questions of the legitimacy of the present Catholic Church hierarchy and the possibility that the Holy See is unoccupied (i.e. sedevacantism) to be unresolved. That does not make the Society of St. Pius V to be outside of the Church per se. I would be careful in saying that they are outside of the Church. If someone more acquainted with them knows better than I please provide …More
The SSPV regards the questions of the legitimacy of the present Catholic Church hierarchy and the possibility that the Holy See is unoccupied (i.e. sedevacantism) to be unresolved. That does not make the Society of St. Pius V to be outside of the Church per se. I would be careful in saying that they are outside of the Church. If someone more acquainted with them knows better than I please provide more information. Take care.

“We hold that there is certain and sufficient evidence to assert, as a legitimate theological opinion, that anyone who publicly professes the conciliar religion does not legitimately hold any position of authority in the Catholic Church…[but] we do not claim the authority to settle this question definitively…”

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Strong and Steadfast
If they do not accept the authority of their local bishops, they are, ipso facto, in schism, and outside the Church. I don't deny that it's possible some of them have some legitimate permission from their ordinary to exist.
Defeat Modernism
Can you honestly say the local bishops, Francis, and the entire modernist-homo hierarchy are Catholics?! They may illicitly possess the buildings but they do not have the Catholic Faith. Their words, actions and sacramental rites are all condemned by the eternal magesterium of the Church. We are bound to the dogmas and Traditions of the Church, not to modernism.