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Author:  paxus [ Thu Apr 03, 2008 2:32 pm ]
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If I am not mistaken the canonization of a saint carries with it the certainty of infallibility. How will the SSPX explain this when this canonization happens, one wonders? I ask this not to scorn but as a serious question.

"Any apparent benevolence shown by Benedict XVI towards the true Faith or the true Mass can only mean that he wishes them to be reconciled with the Conciliar religion and all other religions! Therefore if he is not a conscious agent of truth-dissolving Freemasonry, at any rate he has no understanding of the true Faith, and so he cannot grasp how absolutely opposed it is to the man-centered religion of Vatican II."---Bishop Richard Williamson, SSPX 2008

Quote:
Solemn mass held for former Pope
By David Willey
BBC News, Rome

Pope Benedict XVI (2/4/08)
The commemoration at St Peters was led by Pope Benedict XVI

Pope Benedict XVI has commemorated the third anniversary of the death of his predecessor, Pope John Paul II.

Thousands of pilgrims crammed into St Peter's Square, in the Vatican, for the solemn commemoration of the 84-year-old's death.

More than 30 cardinals attended the open air mass.

Among them was Cardinal Stanislaw Dziwisz, the former pope's private secretary, now Archbishop of Krakow, John Paul's home town in Poland.

'Mystical qualities'

Pope Benedict recalled the millions of pilgrims who flooded into Rome from Poland, and many other countries, to pay their last respects to almost the longest reigning pope in history, now on the fast track to sainthood.

Pope Benedict praised the outstanding qualities of his predecessor.

"He had exception spiritual and mystical qualities. You only had to watch him when he prayed," Pope Benedict said.

This week, Vatican officials announced they have completed their inquiries into the saintly life of Pope John Paul.

It is widely expected that the late pope - who is already venerated by an unending stream of pilgrims who come to visit his tomb - will, within a year or two, be declared by the Catholic Church a blessed, the final step on the road to formal sainthood.

Author:  ConversionofRussia [ Tue Apr 15, 2008 10:34 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Saint John Paul II? The Inquiry is Complete

If they canonized JP2 then I am going to become a card carrying SV.

Author:  AMWills [ Wed Apr 16, 2008 7:53 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Saint John Paul II? The Inquiry is Complete

Bring it on, I say. The more evidence there is, proving the Conciliar Church could not possibly be the Catholic Church, the better.

ConversionofRussia wrote:
If they canonized JP2 then I am going to become a card carrying SV.


Exactly!

AMW

Author:  Vince Sheridan [ Wed Apr 16, 2008 9:35 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Saint John Paul II? The Inquiry is Complete

Pax Christi !

Quote:
Solemn mass held for former Pope
By David Willey
BBC News, Rome


And of course benedict offered the novus ordo missea...one guesses a little incense makes it a " solemn" novus ordo mass.........:)

In Xto,
Vincent

Author:  Vince Sheridan [ Fri Apr 18, 2008 12:44 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Saint John Paul II? The Inquiry is Complete

Pax Christi !

Speaking of Angel Queen, they just don’t know what to make of benedicts papal mass debacle here in the USA. Many still want to paint him as a " victim" of the American modernists, as if benedict had no clue what the music selection for his " novus ordo" liturgy would be........

benedict while perfering Bach to the Beatles is still just a child of the revolution.

In Xto,
Vincent

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