Mr. Gregory Taylor Chimes in on “Benedict Is the True Pope”

The November 2019 Issue (#49) of The Recusant has been published.  I would like to thank Mr. Gregory Taylor for his kind words regarding my work exposing Ambrose Moran.  However, on another note, I do have an issue with this statement of his on page 6:

“Sedevacantism is as much a post-conciliar novelty as all the other rubbish, as is the insane ‘Benedict is still Pope’ theory of Fr. Kramer (do pray for him).”

Fr. Kramer and others, including myself, have shown that ‘Benedict is still Pope” is not a theory; it is a fact.  We have backed up our conclusion with argumentation and evidence.  However, Mr. Taylor calls it “insane’ without any argumentation or evidence.  So are we to take it as a given because Mr. Taylor says so?

Please, Mr. Taylor, give us more than just a gratuitous assertion.

26 thoughts on “Mr. Gregory Taylor Chimes in on “Benedict Is the True Pope””

  1. Firs tthere has to be, you know, an actual election, before the result of said election can be universally and peacefully accepted.

    Quite apart from the fact that “in past centuries” there were no canons covering the resignation of a reigning pontiff.

    St Alphonsus’ citation is hopelessly misapplied here. One might as well drive through a red light and when the police come tell them according to a principle from the 14th century the carriage from the right has right of way. See how far that gets you.

  2. “It is of no importance that in past centuries some Pontiff was illegitimately elected or took possession of the Pontificate by fraud. It is enough that he was accepted afterwards by the whole Church as Pope, since by such an acceptance he would become the True Pontiff.” St Alphonsus De Ligouri, Doctor of the Church.


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