The standard of schism in the Catholic Church is unity with the pope.
We have many tradionalist Catholics who believe that if you question the legality of Pope Francis, you're a schismatic.
But we have big issues with Bergoglio's "election".
*Benedict XVI, as Ratzinger, frequently wrote of expanding the papacy. This is a modernist idea. His basic thrust was since there was nothing saying it couldn't be done, perhaps it should be done.
*When B16 resigned, he did not satisfy Canon Law requirements. He did not resign the office AND the ministry of the office. Canon Law is not esoteric, it was promulgated specifically for the Catholic world to see.
*B16 was reportedly pressured to step down, and indeed when he first became pope he openly worried about "fleeing" due to the wolves. (Wolves meaning the Satanists in the Church including the St. Gallen Mafia and their acolytes, including Bergoglio).
*When B16 resigned, he said he would create a new office, that of an "emeritus". Nowhere in Canon …More