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
Munus and Ministerium: A Textual Study of their Usage in the Code of Canon Law of 1983 by Br. Alexis Bugnolo The study of Canon Law is a recondite field for nearly everyone in the Church except Canon Lawyers. And even for Canon Lawyers, most of whom are prepared to work in the Marriage Tribunals … Continue reading Munus and Ministerium, a Canonical Study
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
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
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
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!
The clear, precise, and sound reading of the Code of Canon Law leads to the inescapable conclusion that Pope Francis is an “antipope” in every sense of the word, and that the law itself declares it. As has been demonstrated in the article, “How and Why Pope Benedict’s resignation is invalid”, there is no other … Continue reading Canon Law itself declares Pope Francis, AntiPope
By Br. Alexis Bugnolo As Saint Thomas Aquinas says, when the errors of our prelates are public and grave and constitute an imminent danger to the Church, we are obliged to break deferential silence and publicly correct them. For that reason, I will take this occasion to publicly call upon fellow Catholics to ask Cardinal … Continue reading Has Cardinal Brandmüller ever read Canon 332 §2?
An Interview with Marco Tosatti, one of the leading Vaticanista of Italy, who has covered the Vatican for nearly 40 years. He explains his career, how it has changed, what the Crisis of Bergoglio is doing to Catholics and Clergy and what they in turn are revealing to him. Many thanks to Marco Tosatti for … Continue reading Marco Tosatti speaks with FromRome.Info
By Br. Alexis Bugnolo Christian charity requires that we not refuse to speak with our superiors or inferiors. The Crisis in the Church now is so grave that we should all be seeking to speak with our superiors about it and about how to remedy it. One thing we must discuss is the canonically erroneous … Continue reading Dialogue with a Cardinal, who refused dialogue
by Br. Alexis Bugnolo I have not infrequently read the petulantly declamatory Blog, known as Mundabor. It’s a blog that can be counted on to insult Bergoglio at every turn and nearly every day. As its author often says, in other words, what is worthy of vituperation, should be daily excoriated. He has in the … Continue reading Uber Pope Mundabor explains the Renunciation
FromRome.Info cannot refrain from printing this BREAKING News on Catholic Social Media: Michael Voris appears to have crossed the lines of the Bergoglian controlled narrative and indicated that it is legitimate to question the validity of Pope Benedict’s Renunciation! Those Catholics who follow Canon Law and thus continue to hold Pope Benedict XVI as the … Continue reading Has Michael Voris joined the PPBXVI Movement?