Canon 41 gives every Catholic the right to declare Bergoglio an Anti-pope

by Br. Alexis Bugnolo Today, Marcy, 13, 2020, is the 7th anniversary of the usurpation of the Papacy by Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, the anti-pope. And every Catholic has the right to say, what I just said. He also has the duty. But first, let me discuss the right. Don’t fall for the lie pandered … Continue reading Canon 41 gives every Catholic the right to declare Bergoglio an Anti-pope

The Canonical Duty of Every Priest to name Benedict in the Canon of the Mass

  Most priests do not know that they have a canonical right to stop naming Bergoglio in the Canon of the Mass. They think wrongly that to do so would either be outside of their authority or would involve an act of schism. That it is not schism nor a sin, is proven thus: Here … Continue reading The Canonical Duty of Every Priest to name Benedict in the Canon of the Mass

Cherry-Picking Canon Law is a mortal sin

By Br. Alexis Bugnolo One day, while I lingered at the Convent of Saint Francis of Assisi, at Bagnoregio, in the spring of 2016, one of the Franciscan Fathers invited me to come with him to a Cherry orchard owned by a benefactor of the Convent. The owner said we could pick all the cherries … Continue reading Cherry-Picking Canon Law is a mortal sin

The Canon 15 §2 Strawman trotted out by LifeSite’s anonymous Canon Lawyer

By Br. Alexis Bugnolo Just as every criminal, for the sake of public safety, should receive a response from the police, so every error merits a refutation by those who love the truth. This is even more true in proportion to the danger posed by the criminal, or by the error. Backstory Nearly a year … Continue reading The Canon 15 §2 Strawman trotted out by LifeSite’s anonymous Canon Lawyer

Canonist declares substantial error can invalidate a Papal resignation

By Br. Alexis Bugnolo I am impressed with the growing number of canonists who off the record are admitting that they recognize that Pope Benedict is still the true pope, because his renunciation was doubtful. While the fact that nearly all of them work for the Church, prevents the ones I have spoken with from … Continue reading Canonist declares substantial error can invalidate a Papal resignation

Pope Benedict’s Renunciation is invalid for 6 Canonical Reasons

by Br. Alexis Bugnolo As Catholics begin the effort to make known to the clergy that they were defrauded of their loyalty to Christ’s Vicar on Feb. 28, 2013, it is important to have at hand a short summary of the canonical problems in Pope Benedict XVI’s declaration of Feb. 11, 2013, Non solum propter. … Continue reading Pope Benedict’s Renunciation is invalid for 6 Canonical Reasons

The Canonical Right of Every Priest to stop naming Francis in the Canon of the Mass

Most priests do not know that they have a canonical right to stop naming Bergoglio in the Canon of the Mass. They think wrongly that to do so would either be outside of their authority or would involve an act of schism. That it is not schism nor a sin, is proven thus: Here is … Continue reading The Canonical Right of Every Priest to stop naming Francis in the Canon of the Mass

Come e perché la rinuncia di Papa Benedetto XVI non è valida secondo il Diritto canonico

Trascritto dal sito di Veri Catholici. Offriamo qui di seguito un calmo e ragionato argomento sul tema circa la invalidità delle dimissioni di Papa Benedetto XVI, a beneficio dei Cattolici che desiderano conoscere la verità. Perché un cattolico dovrebbe difendere la validità delle dimissioni di Papa Benedetto XVI? Siamo obbligati a farlo secondo la legge canonica? … Continue reading Come e perché la rinuncia di Papa Benedetto XVI non è valida secondo il Diritto canonico

Pope Benedict has tacitly accepted that his resignation was canonically invalid

By Br. Alexis Bugnolo On January 30, 2019, Pope Benedict received at the Vatican, through the hands of Archbishop Georg Gänswein, the canonical brief I sent him demonstrating conclusively that the act contained in the declaration, Non Solum Propter, of Feb. 11, 2013 was not in conformity with the term of Canon 332 §2, which … Continue reading Pope Benedict has tacitly accepted that his resignation was canonically invalid

Gänswein, Brandmüller & Burke: Please read Canon 17!

by Br. Alexis Bugnolo   February 14, 2019 A. D. — Today Diane Montagna’s article, entitled, “Did Benedict really resign? Gänswein, Burke and Brandmüller weigh in,” was published at Life Site News. First, let me say a big thank you to Diane Montagna for bringing the controversy to the greater attention of the general public. … Continue reading Gänswein, Brandmüller & Burke: Please read Canon 17!