On Heretical Popes

Michael and Timothy Flanders discuss the possibility of an heretical pope and what can be done in response to one. Timothy’s website: https://meaningofcatholic.com/ “Indeed the Church has the right to separate herself from an heretical pope according to divine law. Consequently it has the right, by the same divine law, to use all means of […]

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Can a Heretical Pope Can Be Deposed?

Michael discusses the Pope Francis/Scalfari incident where he purportedly denies the deity of Christ and then discusses can a heretical pope be deposed in conjunction with examining Robert Bellarmine’s treatise on this topic.    

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“Christus vivit” A first glance.

Guest post by: Jesus Florez On April 2nd, 2019, The Holy See released to the public the post-synodal apostolic exhortation “Christus vivit”. It comes as the culmination of the work started and conducted during the October 2018 ordinary general assembly of the synod of bishops. Its topic was “young people, the faith and vocational discernment”. […]

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Pope Francis, Al-Tayyeb and the Diversity of Religions (Video)

In this video, Erick and Michael discuss the recent Vatican document entitled A Document on Human Fraternity For World Peace and Living Together and discuss the difficulties it presents when it claims God wills the diversity of religions. The video also addresses Islam on apostasy in relation to the document’s claim that it is wrong […]

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Pope Francis, St. Paul and the Death Penalty

Recently, in an address to a delegation from the International Commission against the Death Penalty, the pope denied the moral goodness of the death penalty, saying: “in the light of the Gospel…the death penalty is always inadmissible because it counters the inviolability and the dignity of the person.” In the same address,, the pope condemned previous popes who maintained the death […]

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