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    Reflecting on Obligations

    Every Bishop and Priest of Tradition has and will use the "crisis in the Church" to justify steps they decide are necessary. This is because they apply supplied jurisdiction when it suits their situation. While Rome is swept up in Modernism, the "traditional" Priests and Bishops are running...
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    Reflecting on Obligations

    Admin, is this certain? Have the 4 SSPX Bishops consecrated by Archbishop Lefebvre as well as the Bishops consecrated by Bishop Williamson ever declared that their superior is the Pope? Does Rome or SSPX or Bishop Williamson's Resistance have evidence to support this?
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    Reflecting on Obligations

    Do you think the "traditional" Bishops are following basic canon law?
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    Reflecting on Obligations

    Who are the superiors of Bishop Williamson, Faure, Dom Thomas Aquinas and Zendejas?
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    Reflecting on Obligations

    The "crisis in the Church" is used by all traditional groups to justify their positions. If Rome comes back to the faith (e.g. pre-Vatican 2 days), do you think this or future "crisis" will go away? Modernism is unstoppable. Popes after Pope Pius X could not stop this monstrosity. We need to...
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    Reflecting on Obligations

    Undoubtedly the resistance movement in Australia is facing a most difficult situation. Perhaps Bp. Williamson foresaw that this situation would arise. Hence in his 2015 CT/NY conference he answers the faithful to "do whatever you need to nourish your faith" regarding attending the Novus Ordo...
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    Reflecting on Obligations

    Dear Admin, Yes, the sacrament of Marriage is indissoluble. But it is Church law that decides cases of annulment (e.g. Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon). The crisis of the Church after Vatican 2 has led Priests and Bishops of Tradition to invoke supplied jurisdiction, an ecclesiastical law...
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    Reflecting on Obligations

    Dear Admin, As much as Vatican II, its new mass, etc. does weaken the faith, the comment was written with regards to your appealing to Church law. Take for example, the annulment of Catholic marriages - does that fall under the mantle of Church Tradition or under Church Law? Your comment states...
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    Reflecting on Obligations

    Dear Admin, the comment you posted illustrates some of the problems we are facing after Vatican 2. In the excerpted quote above, there is an appeal to Church law to show why every Priest needs a Bishop. However, do you not think that if Church law is applicable to Priests, it should also be...
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