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Friday, 11 August 2017

‘Pope’ Francis is NOT a Pope: Introduction to Sedevacantism 2

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Given what we have already shown, that is that a heretic who is NOT a member of the Catholic Church cannot therefore obtain the papacy, we will now show some part of the fundamental errors of these pretenders to the papal throne.

These people promote ideas and teachings that were previously condemned by the Catholic magisterium and that make them non-Catholics!

All those who claim to be members of the catholic hierarchy under these false popes are false members and cannot be accorded any respect for the offices they claim to occupy. These include ALL Novus Ordo 'priests', 'Bishops' and 'Cardinals'. 

These people share in the heresies and so are NOT members of the Church and cannot occupy offices in the Church. apart from this, a large majority of them were ordained or consecrated with invalid rites which were designed by Paul VI, another anti pope!

The principal source of their errors has been the Second Vatican Council, a robber council that is the intellectual tour de force of the Masonic institution of Novus Ordo/ Vatican II religion!

We can show some of these heresies now: 


Convoked by John XXIII for the purpose of “updating” the Church, this council (held from 1962-65) decreed and implemented teachings which had been previously condemned by the Infallible Teaching Magisterium of the Church. The Second Vatican Council’s heretical teachings were primarily in the areas of religious liberty and false ecumenism. These were previously condemned by:

THEREFORE, the Second Vatican Council is to be rejected as a false council because it has erred in its teachings on faith and morals.


Following the Second Vatican Council, various commissions were established to modernize the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and the traditional rites of the Sacraments. The particular commission established to modernize the Mass included well-known Protestant theologians. Think about Protestant theologians being invited to help craft a Mass for Catholics? Such a Mass will be evil and offends God greatly.

To use the words of a well-known Cardinal, Alfredo Ottaviani, in 1969: “(The Novus Ordo Missae) represents a striking departure from the Catholic theology of the Mass as it was formulated in Session XXII of the Council of Trent.” 

The results of this modernization were a new definition of the Mass (reflecting Luther’s concept of the Last Supper), the alteration of the Offertory prayers to delete the concept of propitiatory Sacrifice, and the substantial alteration of the very words of Consecration (this alteration occurs in the vernacular translations). 

This new mass, known as the Novus Ordo Missae, contradicts previous infallible teachings and decrees of the Catholic Church, such as:

THEREFORE, the Novus Ordo Missae, when offered with the altered words of Consecration or offered by a priest ordained with a doubtful or invalid rite, is an invalid Mass and in all other cases it is of doubtful validity. It always is a clear danger to one’s faith. For all these reasons, active participation in it would be a grave sin for anyone.


That which has been said of the Novus Ordo Missae can, in the same respect, be said of the new Vatican II rites for the seven sacraments. To the degree that the matter, form and intention of each of the sacraments has been substantially altered, to that degree their validity must be questioned except the sacrament of Baptism and Matrimony. 

The Catholic Church has, most certainly, always taught what the proper matter, form and intention are in the confecting of the sacraments.

THEREFORE, where the new rites have been employed, traditional priests should administer the Sacraments sub conditione (conditionally) as the situation may demand.


The Catholic Church is identified as the ONE true Church of Christ by her four marks (Unity, Holiness, Catholicity, and Apostolicity). 

Since the heretical teachings of Vatican II, the Novus Ordo Missae, and the new rites of the sacraments have manifestly been a departure from the Catholic Church’s traditional teachings, it must be concluded that this modern so-called “Catholic” Church no longer possesses the first two marks of the true Church — namely, Unity and Holiness. It is a new religion.

Its obvious departure over the past fifty years from what the Catholic Church has always held can lead to only one conclusion: a new ecumenical religion has been established which stands in contradiction to the true Catholic Church.


In the light of the above, it must be concluded that the modern hierarchy who have approved and implemented the errors of Vatican II no longer represent the Catholic Church and her lawful authority. This most certainly includes the one who confirmed, approved, decreed, and implemented these heretical teachings, namely Paul VI (Montini). Likewise included are his successors, namely, John Paul II (Wojtyla), Benedict XVI (Ratzinger), and Francis (Bergoglio), who have continued to implement these heretical teachings. 

Despite the lack of canonical warning and formal declaration of loss of office, their repeated acts of ecumenism and their enforcement of the heresies of Vatican II and the new code of Canon Law, which are injurious to faith and morals, are manifestations of their pertinacity in heresy.

THEREFORE, as the First Vatican Council infallibly teaches: “‘Thou art Peter; and upon this rock I will build My Church,’ these words are proven true by actual results, since in the Apostolic See the Catholic religion has always been preserved untainted...the See of St. Peter always remains unimpaired by any error, according to the divine promise of Our Lord.” Further, since John Paul II has manifestly taught heresy, promoted ecumenism and fostered interfaith worship, he clearly cannot be recognized as a successor of St. Peter in the primacy.


In order to implement the teachings of Vatican II, it was necessary that the modernists change the Code of Canon Law (1917), as it contradicted their designs by reflecting the mind of the Church in her past doctrine and discipline. The new code contains a matter which should be most disturbing to the informed Catholic. According to the new law of the Modern Church, non-Catholics can, under certain circumstances, petition the “sacraments” from a Catholic priest (without the non-Catholic abjuring his heretical beliefs), and the priests must administer them. 

The Council of Florence, as well as the 1917 Code of Canon Law (Canon 731), strictly forbids this.

THEREFORE, as the universal laws of the Church are protected by her infallibility and cannot impose obligations opposed to faith and morals, the New Code must be considered as lacking all force of law. Moreover, it has been promulgated by those who no longer represent Catholic authority.


Due to the unprecedented situation in the Catholic Church and the moral responsibility of the faithful to receive certainly valid sacraments, traditional priests most certainly can and must continue the mission of the Catholic Church by sanctifying the faithful through the offering of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, the administration of the Sacraments, and other pastoral works. The mind of the Church is that “the salvation of the people is the supreme law.” The 1917 Code of Canon Law will continue to be the priests’ guideline.

Some people will say, that not recognizing Francis and other anti-popes is merely personal interpretation of the church magisterium akin to the Orthodox schism from the catholic Church!

Nothing can be further from the truth. The Orthodox are heretics since they deny many dogmas and doctrines of the church. In the case of Catholics denying submission to anti popes, they are simply affirming what the Church has always taught according to the sense of faith, sensus fidei.

It is the duty of ALL Catholics to know that ANY doctrine or dogma not in accordance with the sense of faith, must be rejected as new since revelation comes complete.

Presented my Malachy Mary Igwilo, 11th August 2017, Feast of St. Philomena

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