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Tuesday, March 5, 2024

What will Monsignor Strickland and Munilla do if Bergoglio does not “return to Christ” and abandon his anti-Catholic gay agenda?

 Antipopes must be judged with the greatest canonical penalty for usurping an ecclesiastical office. But Bergoglio is treated like an idol, like an untouchable golden calf. This untouchable apostate is treated as a pseudo-god exempt from accountability before ecclesiastical laws for violating the laws of God and the Church. That is why the warm water cloth of Cardinal Burke's Dubia remained only a dead letter without actions.

Monsignor Munilla asks Francis: Withdraw Sodoma Supplicans!

WATCH: Bishop Strickland URGES Pope Francis and All Bishops to ‘Return to Christ’ in NEW Open Letter

Brothers, let us be strong and clear regarding all the teachings of our Catholic faith which speak of the sanctity of life from conception to natural death. The Bride of Christ proclaims the truth that God has created us male and female.

The Church, the mystical Body of Christ, proclaims the truth that marriage is a sacred bond between one man and one woman, committed for life and open to children, and that this model ordained by God will guide humanity until the end of time. 

 Let us pledge never to leave those caught in sexual sin of any kind to wander in the darkness of a sinful lifestyle. 

Let us be the Church that welcomes all, but never abandons any to sin and the dark ways of the world. Let us open wide the doors of Christ’s Church and welcome all to the sacred path of grace and life, teaching that the sacrificial love that Christ models for us is the only real love. 

Sacred Scriptures teach us that:
–Whoever receives/greets a heretic becomes an accomplice in his evil actions.

The two-millennial doctrine of the Church prohibits naming a heretic in the canon of the mass.

Bergoglio has already been formally corrected, Scripture orders us to separate ourselves from the stubborn heretic.

Titus 3:10-11 Douay-Rheims 1899 American Edition A man that is a heretic, after the first and second admonition, avoid: Knowing that he, that is such an one, is subverted, and sinneth, being condemned by his own judgment.


Pope Leo XIII, in his encyclical Satis Cognitum, #9 declared that anyone who embraces a single heresy ceases to be a Catholic Christian.

Catholics must anathematize every heretic.
Pope Saint Martin I.


–The Lateran Synod condemned those who do not reject heretics.

Pope Paul IV

Excommunication ipso facto for those who favor heretics. The faithful must not obey but avoid those who deviate in the Faith. (Bula About the danger of heretical authorities)

A heretic cannot be head of the Church.

The Catholic Encyclopedia, “Papal Elections,” 1914, Vol. 11, p. 456: “Of course, the election of a heretic, schismatic, or female [as Pope] would be null and void.”

In line with the truth that a heretic cannot be the pope, the Church teaches that heretics cannot be prayed for in the canon of the Mass. 

A pope is prayed for in the Te Igitur prayer of the canon of the Mass. But the Church also teaches that heretics cannot be prayed for in the canon of the Mass. If a heretic could be a true pope, there would be an insoluble dilemma. But it’s actually not a dilemma because a heretic cannot be a valid pope:

Libellus professionis fidei, A...pril 2, 517, profession of faith prescribed under Pope St. Hormisdas: “And, therefore, I hope that I may merit to be in the one communion with you, which the Apostolic See proclaims, in which there is the whole and the true solidity of the Christian religion, promising that in the future the names of those separated from the communion of the Catholic Church, that is, those not agreeing with the Apostolic See, shall not be read during the sacred mysteries. But if I shall attempt in any way to deviate from my profession, I confess that I am a confederate in my opinion with those whom I have condemned. However, I have with my own hand signed this profession of mine, and to you, HORMISDAS, the holy and venerable Pope of the City of Rome, I have directed it.”Denzinger 172.
Pope Benedict XIV, Ex Quo Primum (# 23), March 1, 1756: “Moreover heretics and schismatics are subject to the censure of major excommunication by the law of Can. de Ligu. 23, quest. 5, and Can. Nulli, 5, dist. 19. But the sacred canons of the Church forbid public prayer for the excommunicated as can be seen in chap. A nobis, 2, and chap. Sacris on the sentence of excommunication. Though this does not forbid prayer for their conversion, still such prayer must not take the form of proclaiming their names in the solemn prayer during the sacrifice of the Mass.” The Papal Encyclicals, Vol. 1 (1740-1878), p. 84.


Pope Pius IX, Quartus Supra (# 9), January 6, 1873: “For this reason John, Bishop of Constantinople, solemnly declared – and the entire Eighth Ecumenical Council did so later – ‘that the names of those who were separated from communion with the Catholic Church, that is of those who did not agree in all matters with the Apostolic See, are not to be read out during the sacred mysteries.’” The Papal Encyclicals, Vol. 1 (1740-1878), p. 415.

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