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Sedevacantism

A False Solution to a Real Problem

by Christopher Gerard Brown

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  • 29 Currently reading

Published by Angelus Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Papacy,
  • Society of St. Pius X,
  • Lefebvre, Marcel,,
  • Christianity - Catholicism,
  • Religion - Catholicism,
  • Religion - Roman Catholic,
  • Religion,
  • Miscellanea,
  • Christianity - Catholic,
  • Catholic traditionalist movement,
  • General,
  • 1905,
  • Catholic traditionalist moveme,
  • History

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages80
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8719170M
    ISBN 101892331217
    ISBN 109781892331212
    OCLC/WorldCa53131048

    Refutation of Sedevacantism Circular Letter No. Page 3/6 These three considerations, distinct from each other, and each having its share of doubt, suffice to demand prudence on our part when it comes to the canonical consequences of the heresy of the pope, at the risk of being rash.   The errors of sedevacantism will be thoroughly addressed in an upcoming book co-authored by myself and John Salza, titled: “Against Sedevacantism, and other Modern Errors”, which will be out later this year.

      The term sedevacantism comes from the Latin sedes vacans, meaning “empty chair” – in other words, the chair of the Saint Peter is empty. So the sedevacantist teaches that John Paul II was an impostor and the same for Benedict XVI. 1 Resisting the Pope, Sedevacantism and Frankenchurch () by Rev. Anthony Cekada A short case for sedevacantism. Introduction: In September-November the U.S. traditionalist periodical “The Remnant” published a five-part critique of sede-.

      True, it’s not technically sedevacantism. Regardless, you see no issue with a very popular priest promoting a book that argues the present Pope is not truly the Pope? If a similar book had been promoted during Benedict’s reign, would you have shrugged and said “oh yeah priests routinely question the dogmatic fact that is a papal election! Answers to the Most Common Objections Against Sedevacantism Pope Vigilius, Second Council of Constantinople, “ we bear in mind what was promised about the holy Church and Him who said the gates of Hell will not prevail against it (by these we understand the death-dealing tongues of heretics) ”1 There are many objections launched against the sedevacantist position – that.


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Sedevacantism by Christopher Gerard Brown Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sedevacantism The Vacancy of the Papal Throne since the Death of Pope Pius XII The Chair of St. Peter in Vatican City (image: ) On this page we present a slew of links to articles, blog posts, books, audios, and videos dealing with the subject matter of the Papacy, Sedevacantism, the false theological position known as “recognize-but-resist”.

Traditional Catholic Book Store In Octoberdiscontinued the storefront application we were using to recommend books of interest to traditional Catholics. We may place here an alternative method of recommending books in the future but for the time being, our virtual book store is discontinued.

In the meantime, we recommend you check out the following. A book most likely to be misunderstood by the non-sedevacantist and most likely reviled by the staunch sedevacantists; it is a treasure trove to those of us who either came within the fold of Sedevacantism or realized there must be a way out of that web/5(21).

The best book of it's kind. Excellently written, thorough, it is an absolute must have for anybody who has dealt with Sedevacantism. I wish I had this book years ago, it provides the fundamentals to armchair theologians showing the illogical outcomes of the sede position.4/5(15).

The Sedevacantist Delusion- Why Vatican II's Clash with Sedevacantism Supports Eastern Orthodoxy is a book by John Pontrello that refutes Sedevacantism. Sedevacantism book, Lagos, Nigeria. K likes. We show how Sedevacantism is the ONLY possible position, whereas all other alternatives are impossible/5(6).

And why was almost nothing heard from these same individuals when another book was published against the errors of Sedevacantism only a few months ago. In his personal diaries, Fr. Joseph Clifford Fenton commented about Sedevacantism book book that he intended to write after the close of the Second Vatican Council (the diary entry was written during the Council).

prelate who publicly teaches heresy is deposed, ipso facto, without the Church having to establish the fact of the crime. They base their argument on two points. First, they note that certain individuals (priests and laity), who lived during the time of Nestorius, cut off communion with him when he began preaching heresy, and before the Church rendered a judgment.

Although the book effectively refutes Sedevacantism in key areas, it was written in defense of the “other side” of traditional Catholicism (R & R) and fails to identify the Church’s defection.

Interestingly, readers will not even find the word “Indefectibility” in the Index or Table of Contents. Sedevacantism: General Response.

You are not signed in as a Premium user; Premium users get 10% discount in the store. In the "Foreword" to the book, Fr. John P. van der Ploeg, O. P., a. Other variations of sedevacantism can seem more exotic. A different group holds to this day that Pope St.

John XXIII was not the Pope who was really elected in They insist that a different Cardinal was actually elected, but was then “forced to abdicate immediately” in some unspecified way by unnamed evil forces.

Even if the book is not intended to be marketed as a textbook on anti-sedevacantism, §3 nonetheless recommends that the book be submitted to the local ordinary for approval. Finally, §4 requires that the book have been approved by competent ecclesiastical authority before it can be sold in churches and oratories.

Sedevacantism By Bishop Mark A. Pivarunas, CMRI. Sedevacantism is the theological position of those traditional Catholics who most certainly believe in the papacy, papal infallibility and the primacy of the Roman Pontiff, and yet do not recognize “Pope” Francis [Edit.

note: at the time this article was written, it was Benedict XVI] as a legitimate successor of Peter in the primacy. Sedevacantism is judged wrong and deadly to souls. Blessed John XXIII ~quem Deus commendat~ in your stupendous miracle approved by God, pray for us and for the return of all our brethren who seem lost to Sedevacantism.

Sunday 20 February Who lies in a silent grave - II. With all the confusion in the church today, you can sympathize with Sedevacantist.

But nevertheless they are wrong. Sede Vacante means empty chair. What chair, but the chair of St. Peter as first pope when he was given authority by Jesus to rule the church.

They believe that because the popes since Pope John XXIII have expressed opinions that may appear to be heretical, they are no longer is. Mr. Salza and Mr. Siscoe’s book will surely afford much clarity to the reader " The announcement of the forthcoming publication of this comprehensive book on sedevacantism, has caused at least one sedevacantist doyen to criticize it (even without having first read the book) while claiming traditionalists are "afraid" of sedevacantism.

Sedevacantism is a theory that has not been proven speculatively, and that it is imprudent to hold practically (an imprudence that can have very serious consequences).

That is why Archbishop Lefebvre never adopted this position, and even forbade the priests of the Society of St. Pius X to profess it.

Sedevacantism is a theological position held by traditional Catholics who recognize the Novus Ordo Church as a non-Catholic modernist religion, officially brought into being at the Second Vatican Council (–) and the leaders of that sect to be Antipopes, leaving the seat of St.

Peter (who is regarded by Catholics as the first Bishop of. Sedevacantism presents the origin and history of the sedevacantist movement and its various schools as well as a demonstration of the ultimately absurd consequences of its principles.

It follows the prudential attitude of Archbishop Lefebvre by avoiding vain and futile polemics yet simultaneously refusing to shift the problem so far into the. Chazal has packed his book Contra Cekadam with Catholic theology, sanity, and common sense, attacking some of the common errors of sedevacantism, especially those of.

Sedevacantism Is True Catholicism. likes 5 talking about this. Religious Organization5/5. And this exactly is what this book under review is all about. This brilliant ‘refutation of sedevacantism and other modern errors’ by John Salza and Robert Siscoe has done the difficult task remarkably well.

To those trained in scholastic philosophy and desirous of getting an answer to this ‘neo-docetism’, this book may be an eye opener.Sedevacantism is the position, held by a small group of Traditionalist Catholics, that the person in the papal see right now is not truly pope and that, for lack of a good pope, the see has been empty since the death of Pope Pius XII in A tiny number of these people claim the vacancy actually goes back to the death of Pope Pius X inamong other little-known positions.