At the end of our life, we shall all be judged by charity. —St. John of the Cross
Started by Kephapaulos, November 10, 2016, 09:45:52 PM
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Quote from: Kephapaulos on July 23, 2017, 01:43:05 AMI saw a video of Bp. Sanborn saying that St. Peter was a Pope-elect. I see that with St. Peter's denial of Our Lord, he was denying the faith, the Truth Himself. Thus, he could not assume the papal office due to heresy blocking him from doing so. Later, the obstacle of heresy was removed when St. Peter came back to Our Lord by confessing his love for Him. St. Peter came back to the Catholic faith and the truth when he did that too. St. Peter was then able to take possession of the papal office.
QuoteThe Tenth [pope to whom errors "are Falsely Ascribed," "who Were not only Popes, but even Martyrs"] is Pope Marcelinus, who sacrificed to idols, as is certain from the Pontifical of Damasus, the Council of Sinvessanus, and from the epistle of Nicholas I to the Emperor Michael. But Marcelinus neither taught something against faith, nor was a heretic, or unfaithful, except by an external act on account of the fear of death. Now, whether he fell from the pontificate due to that external act or not, little is related, later he abdicated the pontificate, and shortly thereafter was crowned with martyrdom. Still, I believe that he would not have fallen from the pontificate ipso facto, because it was certain to all that he sacrificed to idols only out of fear.
Quote from: St. Antoninus"The power of the Pope remains in the Church and in the College with respect to that which is material in the papacy, since after the death of the Pope the College is able, through election, to determine a person to the papacy, that it be such or such a one."Summa Sacrae Theologiae, pars III, tit. XXI, n.3.
Quote from: Kephapaulos on May 10, 2022, 04:41:23 PMHappy feast of St. Antoninus of Florence!
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