Declaratio, Sovereign Pontiff is Benedict XVI, Anti-Pope Bergoglio, Dedication to Pete 9

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  1. V I also read Archbishop Miller’s 300 page dissertation with detailed sourcing to German Theologians. The dissertation is titled “The Divine Right of the Papacy in Recent Ecumenical Theology” available for purchase at Google Play for about $10.00

Ann writes, “The Miller Dissertation is a synthesis and compendium of the Teutonic Theological Academy’s intense, agonized, detailed discussions of the papacy and the need to fundamentally transform it in order to appease schismatics (Lutherans and Anglicans in particular) and to make the papacy “relevant” , congruent with and acceptable to the “Modern, Democratized” world. It is taken for granted that the papacy qua absolute monarchy is an “expired” paradigm.”[1]

Chapter 8 is the important Chapter “The present crisis of the papacy is one of legitimation” Walter Kasper footnote pg 83 pg 194-195 footnote 98.

The freemasons acting through the Teutonic theological schools of the 20th century the munus/ ministerium distinction to destroy the office of the papacy. Note the strong condemnation by Pius IX , Leo XIII, and Pius X about Infiltration of Masons into the Church. Taylor Marshall’s book, Infiltration: The Plot to destroy the Church from Within (2019) documents this insidious movement clearly within the Church.

Ratzinger should have heeded Pope Leo XIII advice and immerse himself in Thomas Aquinas. Instead, he immersed himself in the heady German Theology that had dominated for many decades much to the Church’s and world’s profound sorrow. As a noted theology professor once quipped to me, years ago, “all good theologians, with the exception of Ratzinger, relied heavily on Aquinas.” Bad ideas given impetus by brilliant minds have disastrous consequences. Benedict has a brilliant Bavarian mind, a powerful office, and weak reliance on Thomas. I argue that this is the most serious assault on the papacy in its 2000-year existence. Deus adiuva nos omnes.

VII. Can one receive Holy Communion if it is held that Benedict and not Bergoglio is the true Sovereign Pontiff?

Absolutely yes, provided that one is in a state of grace, fasted for at least an hour, and believe in the doctrine of transubstantiation. Quietly commemorating Benedict instead of Francis is not a grave sin but rather an exercise of truthfulness. St. Vincent Ferrer offered many masses commemorating an antipope. The Church later would characterize his Masses as a mistake not invalid. A Mass naming an antipope is characterized as mistaken as opposed to illicit or invalid. Catherine of Siena, a laywoman, recognized the ‘true’ pope and commemorated the pope correctly.

The USCCB gives the following statement on receiving Holy Communion. Implicit within the term Holy Communion, is the doctrine transubstantiation.

“As Catholics, we fully participate in the celebration of the Eucharist when we receive Holy Communion. We are encouraged to receive Communion devoutly and frequently. In order to be properly disposed to receive Communion, participants should not be conscious of grave sin and normally should have fasted for one hour. A person who is conscious of grave sin is not to receive the Body and Blood of the Lord without prior sacramental confession except for a grave reason where there is no opportunity for confession. In this case, the person is to be mindful of the obligation to make an act of perfect contrition, including the intention of confessing as soon as possible (canon 916). A frequent reception of the Sacrament of Penance is encouraged for all.”[2]

Conclusion

With my public declaration, I pray for the purification, liberation, and exultation of Holy Mother Church. I entrust the church to St. Joseph, the protector of the Holy Family and terror of demons. Through the efficacious use of the Rosary, I believe the Church will be restored and the Immaculate Heart of Mary triumphant. Dear Lord, marantha. 1 Cor 16:22

[1] Ann Barnhardt, Bergoglian Antipapacy Part 2.pdf June 17, 2019 https://www.barnhardt.biz/the-bergoglian-antipapcy/  accessed April 27, 2020

[2] http://www.usccb.org/prayer-and-worship/the-mass/order-of-mass/liturgy-of-the-eucharist/guidelines-for-the-reception-of-communion.cfm  accessed April 27, 2020