Pope Benedict XVI

The posts below are in chronological order.

Benedict XVI Is the True Pope!

Diagram of the Office of the Papacy in Relation to the February 11, 2013 Declaratio of Pope Benedict XVI

Out of Line with Archbishop Lefebvre?

The Invalidity of Benedict XVI’s Resignation in Syllogistic Format

An Act of Schism

The Juridical Value of Interviews = Zilch

Pope Benedict XVI’s “Resignation” in Light of the 1917 Code of Canon Law

St. Francis of Assisi and His Prophecy of a Non-Canonically Elected “Pope”

Administrator of The Catacombs Forum Chimes in on “Benedict Is the True Pope”

Fr. David Hewko Misses Crucial Distinction regarding “Resignation” of Pope Benedict XVI

Get Out of Your Material Schism

Equivocation of the Term “Sedevacantist”

Administrator of The Catacombs Forum Chimes in AGAIN on “Benedict Is the True Pope”

Fr. David Hewko Speaks Out against the “Resignationist” Theory

Fr. David Hewko and the Admin of The Catacombs Forum Distort the Teaching of Archbishop Lefebvre on “Who Is the Pope” Question

The Illogic of Accepting a Doubtful Pope as True Pope

Fr. David Hewko on the “Non-Resignationist” Theory – January 19, 2020

The Admin of The Catacombs Forum Inches Ever Closer to Unambiguously Holding the Position that Benedict XVI and Jorge Bergoglio Are Doubtful Popes

Fr. David Hewko Implicitly Admits that He Doubts Whether or Not Jorge Bergoglio Is a True Pope

Separated from the True Pope, You Won’t Remain Catholic for Long

A Doubtful Pope Is No Pope

Fr. David Hewko Again Attacks the “Non-Resignationist” Position – February 9, 2020

What Is the Difference between the Conciliar Popes and Jorge Bergoglio? – Fr. Paul Kramer Answers

Fr. Joseph Pfeiffer Is Correct that a Doubtful Bishop Cannot Be Considered a True Pope

Which of These Priests Is NOT in Material Schism with Pope Benedict XVI?

Fr. Hewko, Why Do You Reject the Novus Ordo Missae?

The SSPX in 1997 on the 1983 Code of Canon Law

“To Deceive the Elect: The Catholic Doctrine on the Question of a Heretical Pope” by Fr. Paul Kramer

First Act vs. Second Act and the Renunciation of Pope Benedict XVI