Indéfectibilité et obéissance à l’Eglise enseignante — + Archidiacre +

Démontre que l’Eglise enseignante ne peut jamais enseigner l’erreur et que l’Eglise enseignée lui doit toujours obéissance Indéfectibilité et obéissance à l’Eglise enseignante — + Archidiacre + Here is an excellent resource on the indefectibility of the church as it relates to sedevancantism by Semper Papiste (which google translate can with one click translate into English)Continue reading “Indéfectibilité et obéissance à l’Eglise enseignante — + Archidiacre +”

Vatican II Interpretation Book Review

Perhaps the most popular books on Vatican II events may be What Happened at Vatican II by John W. O’Malley and Vatican II: Renewal Within Tradition ed. by Matthew Lamb and Matthew Levering. Richard John Neuhaus gives us his view on how they present the council and its continuity with the past. https://www.firstthings.com/article/2008/10/what-really-happened-at-vatican-ii If youContinue reading “Vatican II Interpretation Book Review”

The Doctrinal and Dogmatic Problems with the Cassiciacum Thesis

Although, I would go even farther in some instances than this article it is another great resource at defending the faith from Sedevacantist – like positions. The Cassiciacum thesis was developed by Fr. Guerard and says that the Pope is materially Pope but does not have full Papal powers (like to teach infallibly) Fortunately, forContinue reading “The Doctrinal and Dogmatic Problems with the Cassiciacum Thesis”

The inanity of CTRL-F criticism — Where Peter Is

“This document has 43,000 words. 43,000 words. So that’s a lot. This is—I believe this is his longest encyclical. I didn’t compare it, but it feels like the longest. And I’m going to throw something up on the screen that… The post The inanity of CTRL-F criticism appeared first on Where Peter Is. The inanity ofContinue reading “The inanity of CTRL-F criticism — Where Peter Is”