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Some Popes Who Were Heretics

Note:  For an Analysis of Whether or Not
A Pope Can Become a Heretic, Please go to:
SEDE VACANTE - Can A Pope Fall Into Heresy?

Introduction

One of the reasons why about 220 Council Fathers at Council Vatican 1 in 1870 refused to vote in favor of Papal Infallibility is that ALL Popes would have to be recognized as having been infallible.

In reality, this would mean that not even one Pope could have ever contradicted any of his Papal predecessors down through a time period of over 1,900 years!


Roman Catholic Bishop Dupanloup
[b. at Saint-Félix, in Haute-Savoie, France on Sunday, January 3, 1802 -
d. at the château of La Combe-de-Lancey, France on Friday, October 11, 1878]

A Council Father at the Roman Catholic Council Vatican 1
[Wednesday, December 8, 1869 A.D. - Monday, July 18, 1870 A.D.]

This historical reality was recognized by a Council Father, Bishop Dupanloup, in his famous Observations on the Roman Catholic Council Vatican 1.  Bishop Dupanloup writes in part that:
“If we declared Pius IX infallible, we are bound, as a natural and necessary inference, to hold that all of his Papal predecessors are also infallible.”


The History of the Church Provides Proof
That Some Popes were in Fact Heretics!

Preface


Infallible Roman Catholic Pope Adrian VI
Adrian Florensz
[Monday, January 9, 1522 - Friday, September 14, 1523]

Pope Adrian VI infallibly taught that some previous Popes before him had been heretics! Therefore, Popes, per se, can be heretics and therefore not all Popes have been infallible:

“I consider that, if one equates the Church of Rome with her Head, that is with the Pope, it is correct to say that she can err, even in matters touching the Faith, by giving encouragement to heresy, in issuing certain  decrees, for example.  Several Roman Pontiffs [i.e. Popes] have in fact been guilty of heresy” (Pope Adrian VI, Adrian Florensz [Monday, January 9, 1522 - Friday, September 14, 1523], Quaest. In IV Sent.; emphasis added).
In other words, Infallible Roman Catholic Pope Adrian VI  INFALLIBLY taught that some Popes had “in fact been guilty of heresy” which is contrary to the meaning/definition of Papal infallibility of Council Vatican I in 1870!


WHO Are Some of the Popes
Who Have in fact been guilty of heresy?


Heretic Pope, Saint Peter the Apostle
[c. 64 - d. Martyred on Wednesday, June 29, 67]

This painting depicts Saint Peter fleeing Rome.
He meets Christ and asks Him:
"Quo vadis, Domine" Where art Thou going, Lord?
Christ replied: "To Rome, to be crucified anew."
So, Saint Peter returned to Rome and was crucified.

1) Pope Saint Peter I  [c. 64 - d. Martyred on Wednesday, June 29, 67]. Saint Peter the Apostle was the FIRST and apparently ONLY Apostle to fall into heresy?!  Simply read Galatians (2:11-21).


Heretic Pope Saint Victor I
[189 - 199]

2) Pope Saint Victor I  [189 - 199] officially approved the heresy of Montanism in 192 A.D., but afterwards condemned it!


Heretic Pope Saint Marcellinus I
[Tuesday, June 30, 296 - Tuesday, October 25, 304]

3) Pope Saint Marcellinus I [Tuesday, June 30, 296 - Tuesday, October 25, 304], of whom it is written:

“At that time was a great persecution, so that within 30 days 17,000 Christians of both sexes in divers provinces were crowned with martyrdom.  For this reason [Pope] Marcellinus [296-304] himself was haled to sacrifice, that he might offer incense [before pagan idols], and he did it.  After a few days, inspired by penitence, he was beheaded by the same Diocletian and crowned with martyrdom for the faith...” (Liber Pontificalis, The Book of the Popes, XXX. Marcellinus.)


Heretic Pope Liberius I
[Saturday, May 17, 352 - Saturday, September 24, 366]

4) Pope Liberius I [Saturday, May 17, 352 - Saturday, September 24, 366], as Pope, consented to condemn that great defender of the Catholic Faith and champion against the Arian heretics, Patriarch Saint Athanasius [b. Alexandria, Egypt 296 A.D. - d. Alexandria, Egypt on Wednesday, May 2, 373A.D.], Patriarch of Alexandria, Egypt, Father of Orthodoxy in the Catholic Church.

Pope Liberius I also embraced the Arian heresy!  Pope Liberius I actually signed and subscribed to the heretical creed of the Arians.  It was only after this that the Arian heretics permitted him to return to his Papal Throne!  These two things were the price he had to pay in order to be returned from forced exile back to Rome.  These are indeed very serious theological matters. They are NOT simply non-consequential oddities of history, as some contemporaneous Modernist and NEW Theology Theologians - who are heretical writers - would have one believe!

The general consensus seems to be that to his guilt of heresy he also added hypocrisy by later deploring the weakness of those Bishops who had signed a compromise formula at Rimini in 359 A.D. in regard to the heresy of Arianism!


Heretic Pope Vigilius I
[Friday, March 29, 537 -  Saturday, June 7, 555]

5) Pope Vigilius I [Friday, March 29, 537 -  Saturday, June 7, 555] differed with the Fifth Ścumenical Council, the Second Council of Constantinople [Saturday, May 5, 553 A.D. - Saturday, June 2, 553 A.D.], which his Papal successors had both confirmed and ratified.


Heretic Pope Honorius I
[Thursday, October 27, 625 - Friday, October 12, 638]

6)  Pope Honorius I [Thursday, October 27, 625 - Friday, October 12, 638], concerning whom much has been written, especially about his acceptance of the Monothelite heresy which taught the heresy that Christ did not possess a human will. Some say he simply failed to condemn this heresy and never personally embraced it. Whether or not he did, the historical facts include the following.

6a) The Sixth Ścumenical Council of the Catholic Church formally excommunicated Pope Honorius I:  “We decide that [Pope] Honorius also, who was Pope of  Old Rome,  be with them cast out of the Holy Church of God and be anathematized [i.e. excommunicated] with them, because We have found in his letter to Sergius that he followed his [i.e. Sergius’] opinion in all things and confirmed his pernicious [i.e. heretical] teachings” (Third Council of Constantinople [Sunday, November 7, 680 A.D. - Friday, September 16, 681 A.D.], Decree of Formal Excommunication of Pope Honorius I.)
6b) Pope Leo II [Thursday, August 17, 682 - Tuesday, July 3, 683] formally excommunicated Pope Honorius I for the heresy of the Monotheletes: “We anathematize...Honorius who did not enlighten this Apostolic See [i.e. the Bishopric of Rome] with the doctrine of the Apostolic Tradition, but permitted by a sacrilegious betrayal that the immaculate Faith be stained.”

6c) Pope Agatho I [Thursday, June 27, 678 - Monday, January 10, 681], in a letter to the Emperor Constantine (IV) Pogonatus, calls Pope Honorius I a heretic and with the Sixth Ścumenical Council, the Third Council of Constantinople [Sunday, November 7, 680 A.D. - Friday, September 16, 681 A.D.], of the Catholic Church, this Pope also condemned Pope Honorius I as a heretic.

6d) Pope Adrian II [Wednesday, December 14, 867 - Wednesday December 14, 872] also confirmed and sanctioned the minutes of the Sixth Ścumenical Council, the Third Council of Constantinople [Sunday, November 7, 680 A.D. - Friday, September 16, 681 A.D.], of the Catholic Church.  This Pope also condemned Honorius I as a heretic. He is quoted as saying that the throne of Rome is decided by nothing except in regard to questions of heresy that fall under the jurisdiction of the Ścumenical Councils.  As an example of this he mentions the heresy of Pope Honorius I.

6e) The Seventh Ścumenical Council, the Second Council of Nicæa [Thursday, September 24, 787 A.D. - Friday, October 23, 787 A.D.], also condemned Pope Honorius I as a heretic.



Heretic Pope Gregory 7th
[Tuesday, April 22, 1073 - Monday, May 25, 1085]

7) Pope Gregory 7th [Tuesday, April 22, 1073 - Monday, May 25, 1085], a Benedictine monk and homuncio, a.k.a. Hildebrand of Soana, Italy.

a) Rewarded Dualist Heretics with a Papal Flag.  Pope Gregory 7th, in a solemn conclave in 1074 A.D., officially, i.e. as the Pope, publicly Blessed by name, as the champions of the Holy See, i.e. the Papacy, a delegation of Patarine heretics of Milan which was present in Rome, apparently having been invited?, for said solemn conclave and its festivities and which was given a Papal Flag by Pope Gregory 7th.  This was a gesture of gratitude by His Holiness to the Patarine heretics who killed the married Priests of Milan and sold their wives as prostitutes to the highest bidders?!
It was not until about 100 years later that Pope Alexander III, Rolando Bandinelli [Monday, September 7, 1159 - Sunday, August 30, 1181], condemned these Satanic acts of the Patarine heretics of Milan.  Pope Alexander III also condemned the Patarine heretics to be burned!  It would seem logical to conclude that, by these actions, in reality, and in effect, Pope Alexander III also condemned Pope Gregory 7th as being a heretic?  Why?  Because Gregory 7th had Blessed the Patarines heretics, not only when he had visited Milan, some years before becoming Pope, but, after becoming Pope, he had also Blessed them at Rome during his solemn conclave of 1074 A.D. and gave them a Papal Flag as a public sign of his gratitude for their murderous and sacrilegious acts of killing all of the married Priests in Milan.
Pope Honorius III, Cencio Savelli [Monday, July 18, 1216 - Thursday, March 18, 1227] and Pope Gregory IX, Ugolino, Count of Segni [Friday, March 19, 1227 - Thursday, August 22, 1241] received the offerings of Emperor Frederick II to him in virtue of the hecatombs of these Patarine heretics of Milan!
b) Implicitly denied the Mystery of Transubstantiation and thereby implicitly, albeit Infallibly, in virtue of his “Ordinary Magisterium”, taught the heresy, condemned by the Council of Trent and the Infallible Roman Catholic Pope, Pius IV, Giovanni Angelo De Medici [Friday, December 25, 1559 - Thursday, December 9, 1565] and the Infallible Roman Catholic Pope Saint Pius V, that the Mass is only a memorial supper meal - thus anticipating this 16th Century Protestant heresy by about 475 years!
Obviously, none of us were in Rome at the Council of Rome in 1050 A.D. when Pope Leo IX, Bruno, of the Counts Egisheim-Dagsburg [Monday, February 12, 1049 - Wednesday, April 19, 1054] excommunicated heretic Berengar of Tours, a.k.a. Berengarius of Tours, [b. 999 A.D. - d. 1088 A.D.], who was a theologian who became the Archdeacon of Angers in 1039 A.D., for attacking the Mystery of Transubstantiation.  The best all of us can do is to rely upon those sources of history which seem to be reliable.  Therefore, concerning heretic Berengar, and also the ultimate involvement of Pope Gregory 7th herein, here are a few brief quotes:
“The persecutions which the evil enemy [i.e. the Devil] has stirred up at various times against the most Holy Sacrifice of the Mass are a proof how sacred a thing it must be, and how obnoxious to the Devil; otherwise he would not attack it with such violence.  In the first ten centuries of the Christian Church teachers of heresy were indeed not wanting, but none of them ventured to assail the Mass, much less did they attempt to do away with it.  The heretic Berengarius of Tours was the first who presumed to speak and write against the Holy Mass.  His erroneous teaching was exposed and triumphantly refuted by the Catholic theologians of the day; it was, moreover, condemned by the General Council of the Church.” (Father Martin Cochem, Explanation of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, Second Edition, Benziger Brothers Publishers, Imprimatur, Michael Augustine, Archbishop of New York, June 24, 1896, Chapter I, pp. 19-21; emphasis added.)
“We [have] assembled by the authority of God in this place, having read the letter from the Synod of nineteen bishops held at Mentz [Monday, May 31, 1080 A.D.] against the licentious Hildebrand [Gregory 7th], the preacher of sacrilegious and incendiary doctrines; the defender of perjury and murder; who, as an old disciple of the heretic Berengar, has endangered the Catholic and Apostolic doctrine of the Body and Blood of Christ; the worshipper of divinations and of dreams; the notorious necromancer; himself possessed with an evil spirit, and therefore guilty of departing from the Truth; him We adjudge to be canonically deposed and expelled from his See, and unless, on hearing Our judgment, he shall descend from his throne, to be condemned for everlasting.” (Henry Hart Milman, D.D., History of Latin Christianity, New York, 1881 A.D., Volume III, p. 482, Decree of Deposition of Pope Gregory VII by the Synod of Brixen, Friday, June 25, 1080 A.D.; emphasis added).
Certainly the Synod of Brixen was prejudiced to some extent against Gregory 7th who, among things, accused him of:
“upsetting the established order of the Church, destroying the harmony of the Empire, and waging war upon the body and soul of a peaceful Catholic king.” (Rev. F. Mourret, S.S., translated by Rev. N. Thompson, S.T.D., A History of the Catholic Church, Volume Four, Period of the Later Middle Ages, p. 226.)
Yes, it was at the Synod of Brixen  where Archbishop Guibert of Ravenna was elected the new Pope.  Even so, all of the charges against Gregory 7th have apparently never been disproven, perhaps because at least his contemporaries knew that either most, or even all, of these charges were true?
“It was Gregory VII, as the legate Hildebrand, who presided over the stormy council of Sens in 1054 at which Berengarius was heard and from which he was cited to Rome, and who, as pope, in 1079, accepting as sincere his latest profession of faith, took the old theologian into his special protection. So far as the Holy See was concerned this ended the controversy; but in France the discussion as to the sincerity of Berengarius continued as long as he lived” (Philip Hughes, A History of the Church To the Eve of the Reformation, Volume 2, 313-1274, Chapter 6: The Restoration of Spiritual Independence, 1046-1123, Part 5. The Renaissance Of Catholic Thought, Gregory VII and St. Peter Damian).
But that was only temporary because:
“Innocent III crowned his eventful pontificate by convoking, in 1215, the Twelfth Ecumenical (Fourth Lateran) Council.... The Pope presided in person.  In defining the Catholic doctrine of the Holy Eucharist against the heresy of Berengarius, the Council adopted the term ‘Transubstantiation’” (Rev. J.A. Birkhaeuser, former professor of Church History and Canon Law, History of the Church, From its First Establishment to Our Own Times, Recommendation by James Cardinal Gibbons, Archbishop of Baltimore, May 18, 1888, pp. 380-381).

“Was it that from the first the bold, logical mind of Berengar at Tours had cast a spell upon Hildebrand?  Was it a calm, stern sense of justice, which believed, and dared to assert, that Berengar’s opinions had been misrepresented by his blind or malignant enemies?  Was it that he was caught in the skillful web of Berengar’s dialectics?  Was his sagacity at fault for once; and was his keen foresight obtuse to the inevitable consequences which the finer instinctive dread of the greater part of the religious world felt to its very heart, that from the doctrine of Transubstantiation, in its hardest, most material form, once defined, once avowed, once established by the decrees of Popes and Councils, there was no retreat without shaking the sacerdotal power to its base--that bolder men would inevitably either advance on Berengar’s opinions, or teach undisguised that which Berengar concealed under specious phraseology?...”

“Gregory can hardly have supposed that by mildness, moderation, candor, he could propitiate to silence or to inactivity the busy, vain heresiarch.  Be it as it may, Gregory had to bear, and he can hardly but have foreseen that he should have to bear, the reproach that he himself doubted the Real Presence of the Body and Blood of the Redeemer in the Sacrament--that he was an infidel” (Henry Hart Milman, D.D., History of Latin Christianity, New York, 1881 A.D., Volume III, Volume III, pp. 474-477).


Heretic Pope Blessed Urban II
[Monday, March 12, 1088 - Saturday, July 29, 1099]

8) Pope Blessed Urban II, Oddone Di Largery, [Monday, March 12, 1088 - Saturday, July 29, 1099], “canonized” one of these Dualist-Gnostic-Cathar-Albigensian-Patarine heretics as a “saint” of the Roman Catholic Church, adding “Saint” Herlembald to the official list of saints in Heaven and adding a Mass and Divine Office in his honor, as well as putting him in the Roman Martyrology!

However, there is no question that the new “Saint Herlembald” was a notorious Patarine heretic!

N.B.  “Canonized:  The secondary object of the Infallibility [of the Pope] is Truths of the Christian teaching on faith and morals, which are not formally revealed, but which are closely connected with the teaching of Revelation.  This doctrine is a necessary consequence of the doctrine of Infallibility ...To the secondary object of Infallibility belong:....The canonization of saints, that is, the final judgment that a members of the Church has been assumed into eternal bliss and may be the object of general veneration...if the Church could err in her opinion, consequences would arise which would be incompatible with the sanctity of the Church”.  (Dr. Ludwig Ott, Fundamentals of Catholic Dogma, Imprimatur 7 Oct., 1954, p. 299; emphasis added.)

Another heretic by the name of Ariald, although he seems to never have been formally Canonized a Saint, has in fact received the honors of a “saint” at Milan from the Patarine heretics and has even been admitted into several Italian Martyrologies and into the collection of the Bollandists.

Fortunately, the Ecclesiastical Historian Cæsar Cardinal Baronius [b. at Sora in Naples on Tuesday, August 30, 1538 A.D. - d. at Rome on Saturday, June 30, 1607 A.D.], the Father of Modern Church History, wisely expunged both heretics “Saint” Herlembald and “Saint” Ariald from the Roman Martyrology. Yet, despite this, the disgraceful fact remains than the unrepentant heretic Herlembald was officially Canonized by an infallible Papal act despite the fact that infallibility automatically protects every Pope from making even one error, one mistake!

This makes Papal Infallibility a sham, or at the very least proves that heretic Popes are not really Popes and are therefore not Infallible!

Update:  IF, as is currently rumored, Pope Francis I, a.k.a.  F-1, "canonizes" the heretic Popes, 2nd John 23rd and JP-2, whenever this might happen, this act will publicly prove that the Layman, the invalidly ordained "priest", and invalidly consecrated "bishop", Mr. Jorge Mario Bergoglio, IS NOT only NOT an infallible Pope, but NOT even a Pope!


Heretic Pope Gregory XI
[Sunday, December 30, 1370 - Thursday, March 26, 1378]

9) Pope Gregory XI, Pierre Roger De Beaufort [Sunday, December 30, 1370 - Thursday, March 26, 1378], in his Testament of 1374, admitted that he may have in fact committed errors against the Catholic Faith or adopted opinions at variance with the Catholic Faith in his teaching given in public or private and he now abjures and detests any such things of which he may have been guilty.


Heretic Pope John XXII
[Friday, August 7, 1316 - Saturday, December 4, 1334]

10) Pope John XXII, Jacques D'Euse [Friday, August 7, 1316 - Saturday, December 4, 1334], on his deathbed, solemnly recanted every opinion and every teaching contrary to the Catholic Faith, alluding to his public heretical sermon which he gave on the Feast of All Saints in 1331 A.D.  (Death-Bed Recantation of Pope John XXII for Teaching and Preaching Heresy.)


 


Heretic Pope 2nd John 23rd
Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli
[Tuesday, October 28, 1958 - Monday, June 3, 1963]
The man who called Synod Vatican 2

11) Pope 2nd John 23rd, Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, [Tuesday, October 28, 1958 - Monday, June 3, 1963].

For years the Holy Office had maintained a dossier on Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, the future 2nd John 23rd,  which read “suspected of Modernism.” The file dated back to 1925, when Roncalli, who was known for his unorthodox teachings, was abruptly removed from his Professorship at the Lateran Seminary in mid-semester (he was accused of the heresy of Modernism) and shipped off to Bulgaria. This transfer to Bulgaria began his diplomatic career. Of particular concern to Rome was Roncalli’s continuing close association with the defrocked priest, Ernesto Buonaiuti, who was excommunicated for heresy in 1926.

In 1935, Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli arrived in Turkey and became friends with the Under Secretary of the Foreign Office, Naman Rifat Menemengioglu. Menemengioglu said to Roncalli:

“The secularity of the State is our fundamental principle and the guarantee of our liberty.” Roncalli responded: “The Church will be careful not to infringe your liberty.”  (Alden Hatch, A Man Named John, p. 94.)
When Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli was the Nuncio to France, he appointed a thirty-third degree Freemason and close friend, the Baron Yves Marsaudon, as head of the French branch of the Knights of Malta, a Catholic lay order.  (Paul I. Murphy and R. Rene Arlington, La Popessa, 1983, pp. 332-333.)

Yves Marsaudon, the aforementioned French Freemason and author, also claims that Roncalli became a thirty-third degree Mason while a Nuncio at France. Mary Ball Martinez wrote that the French Republican Guards from their posts observed:

 “…the Nuncio [Roncalli] in civilian clothes leaving his residence to attend the Thursday evening meetings of the Grand Orient [Masonic Lodge] of France. Whereas exposure to such a dramatic conflict of loyalties would unnerve the average man, be he Catholic or Freemason, Angelo Roncalli seems to have taken it in his stride.”  (Mary Ball Martinez, The Undermining of the Catholic Church, Hillmac, Mexico, 1999, p. 117.)
The Magazine 30 Days held an interview several years ago with the head of the Italian Freemasons. The Grand Master of the Grand Orient of Italy stated:
 “As for that, it seems that John XXIII was initiated (into a Masonic Lodge) in Paris and participated in the work of the Istanbul Workshops.” (Giovanni Cubeddu, 30 Days, Issue No. 2-1994., p. 25.)
When Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli  was later “elevated” to the College of Cardinals, he insisted upon receiving the red hat from the atheist and notoriously anti-clerical socialist Vincent Auriol, President of the country of France, whom he had described as “an honest socialist.” (Alden Hatch, A Man Named John, p. 121.)

At social functions in Paris, Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli was also frequently seen socializing with the Soviet ambassador, M. Bogomolov, even though Bogomolov’s government had resumed its pre-war policy of brutal extermination of Catholics in Russia.

When Roncalli was “Cardinal” of Venice, he “offered the Communists no grounds on which to criticize him. Habitual anti-clerical insults gave way to respectful silence.” (Kurt Klinger, A Pope Laughs, Stories of John XXIII, p. 104.)

“The Patriarch (the future anti-Pope 2nd John 23, Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli) had notices placed on the walls all over Venice for the opening of the thirty-second Congress of the Socialist Party of Italy (PSI) in February, 1957. They read as follows: ‘I welcome the exceptional significance of this event, which is so important for the future of our country.’”

However, Pope Pius XI, Achille Ratti [Monday, February 6, 1922 - Friday, February 10, 1939], in Quadragesimo Anno (¶ 120), May 15, 1931: “No one can be at the same time a good Catholic and a true socialist.”

Shortly after being “elected” and moving into the Vatican, “John XXIII found an ancient statue of Hippolytus, an antipope of the Third Century. He had the statue restored and placed at the entrance of the Vatican Library.”26

“The sense of universalism that is rampant in Rome these days is very close to our purpose for existence… with all our hearts we support the revolution of John XXIII.”  (Yves Marsaudon, a 33rd degree Scottish Rite Freemason, Ecumenism Viewed by a Traditional Freemason, Paris: Ed. Vitiano; quoted by Dr. Rama Coomaraswamy, The Destruction of the Christian Tradition, p. 247.)

2nd John 23rd, Pacem in Terris, ¶ 14, April 11, 1963:

“Also among man’s rights is that of being able to worship God in accordance with the right dictates of his own conscience, and to profess his religion both in private and in public.”
This is heresy. It’s not man’s right to worship false gods in public. This has been condemned by many popes. When the theologian of the Holy Office, Fr. Ciappi, told 2nd John 23rd that his encyclical Pacem in Terris contradicted the teaching of Popes Gregory XVI and Pius IX on religious liberty, John XXIII responded:
“I won’t be offended by a few spots if most of it shines.” (Catholic Restoration, March-April 1992, Madison Heights, MI, p. 29.)
Stop the Council; stop the Council.  (2nd John 23rd, on his deathbed, quoted in Kevin Haney, “The Stormy History of General Councils,” Latin Mass, Spring 1995, attributed to Jean Guitton (ob. March 21, 1999), the only Catholic layman to serve as a peritus at Vatican 2.)

It was reported in Michael Davies' Apologia Pro Marcel Lefebvre that 2nd John 23rd attempted to stop the Second Vatican Council at the end of the first session. Davies further stated that this same pope, in the final days and hours of his life, repeatedly urged “Stop the council; stop the council.”

How can a Modernist Heretic, who was automatically excommunicated from the Roman Cathoic Church, be "canonized a Saint"?

Also, how can a Freemason be "canonized a Saint"

Neither Modernist Heretics nor Freemasons are members of the Roman Catholic Church.

Perhaps Pope F-1 is a Freemason and is merely "canonizing" the Modernist Heretican and Freemason, 2nd John 23rd, a "saint" of the Freemasons?


Heretic Pope Paul 6
Wearing Jewish Ephod of Caiphas

12) Pope Paul 6, Giovanni Battista Enrico Antonio Maria Montini [b. at Concesio, Italy on Sunday, September 26, 1897; Pope:  Friday, June 21, 1963 - d. at Castel Gandolfo, Italy on Sunday, August 6, 1978].

SEDE VACANTE: Paul VI is not a legitimate Pope


Heretic Pope JP-2

13) Pope John-Paul 2, a.k.a. JP-2,  Karol Wyotya [Monday, October 16, 1978 - Friday, April 1, 2005].

Please click on this link for some of his anti-Catholic and heretical teachings.

Here are a few photos of JP-2's Heresies in Action


 

His Eternal Reward?

When the Eternal High Priest, Jesus Christ,
Perfectly Instituted His Unchangeable Mass,
Did Jesus Christ Hire Salome
To Perform NUDE at HIS Mass??


Salome

NO  WAY!!!

Is this an example of how one is supposed to imitate the HOLY precedent, and obey the requirements, of the Eternal High Priest, Jesus Christ, for Offering the Holy Sacrifice of the Catholic Traditional Mass?

If the Bishops and Priests of thisnporno popenwere to follow his example, such perverts would end up having their masses in strip clubs and nude bars with naked women performing the epistle, gospel, and creed, not to mention giving new meaning to shaking ...., and giving communion in the.....!?
 


A Satanic Black mass

A Satanic White mass
Which mass rite is more Satanic than the other?

“But there were also false prophets among the people, even as there shall be among you lying teachers, who shall bring in sects of perdition, and deny the Lord who bought them: bringing upon themselves swift destruction.  And many shall follow their riotousnesses, through whom the way of Truth shall be evil spoken of.  And through covetousness shall they with feigned words make merchandise of you. Whose judgment now of a long time lingereth not, and their perdition slumbereth not.  For if God spared not the angels that sinned, but delivered them, drawn down by infernal ropes to the lower hell, unto torments, to be reserved unto judgment...   The Lord knoweth how to deliver the godly from temptation,  but to reserve the unjust unto the day of judgment to be tormented.  And especially them who walk after the flesh in the lust of uncleanness” (2 Peter 2:1-4; 2:9-10).

With the Divine Light of Grace


The Holy SACRIFICE of the Catholic Traditional Mass
Perfectly Instituted by the Eternal High Priest, Jesus Christ
Offered According to the Ancient Roman Rite of the Catholic Church

"Therefore, brethren, stand fast; and hold the [Apostolic] Traditions which you have learned, whether by word, or by Our Epistle"  (2 Thessalonians 2:14).

"We charge you, brethren, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that younwithdraw yourselves from every brother walking disorderly, and not according to the [Apostolic] Traditionnwhich they have received of Us" (2 Thessalonians 3:6).

 
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