Canon Law

The First See

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A succint reminder in the face of what is unfolding and developing in the Catholic Church in America, Italy, and the Vatican: the First See is validly and licitly judged by no one but God (cf. Can. 1404, Codex Juris Canonici). Every single individual, clerical or lay, at whatever rank or status, who is engaging in judgment of the actions and non-actions of Pope Francis is doing so at the peril of his or her own soul.

Ubi Petrus, ibi Ecclesia, ibi Deus. Where there is the canonically-elected pope, there is the Church and there is God, no matter the personal failings or otherwise of the said pope. What happened this weekend was an attempted coup d’etat, so that an anti-pope significantly increases his chances of being installed and Scripture is then fulfilled.

The anti-pope is not Pope Francis. He is the cleric still behind the scenes who has married a woman on the sly, despite his presumed celibate state in the Latin Rite Church, and become fully possessed by Satan. This is the man who is attempting to take over the First See in order to dismantle the Catholic Church.

Everything else is just a front for this.