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Why Sedevacantism?

A Conversation with a Sedevacantist Priest

Tired of reading long and complicated articles on traditionalist issues? Then watch this calm, insightful conversation in which Fr. Anthony Cekada explains very simply why only the sedevacantist position is the truly Catholic position to take with regard to the Vatican II Church and the apostasy it has engendered, and how we can know this for certain. As a former member of the Novus Ordo Church and also the Society of St. Pius X, he narrates his own conversion from a “conservative” Novus Ordo position to sedevacantism. In this interview, he addresses many common questions and objections, including:

  • All will be fine if we’re only loyal to the “Holy Father”
  • If Vatican II is interpreted in light of Tradition, there is no problem
  • It’s safer to just “recognize and resist” the Vatican II Popes
  • We can’t judge the Pope, but we can resist errors and heresy
  • St. Paul resisted St. Peter, he didn’t declare him a non-Pope
  • A bad father is still your father, so a bad Pope is still Pope
  • We will have to wait for a future Pope to decide the sede vacante issue
  • So then why don’t you just have a conclave and elect a new Pope?
  • If you can’t have a conclave, how will you ever have a true Pope again?
  • What about Fatima? Our Lady said the Holy Father would consecrate Russia!

Be sure to watch this video, because even if you still won’t agree, at least you will understand sedevacantism and why more and more people are beginning to embrace it.

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2 Responses to “Why Sedevacantism? A Conversation with a Sedevacantist Priest”

  1. Alfred Puglisi

    I would love to go along but the idea that St. Peter was the first Pope, as the church likes to teach, is not Biblical. Read the Acts of the Apostles. It was James that led the Jerusalem community. Why, because he was the brother of Jesus. Secondly, Paul was not asked to go out to the Gentiles, he was thrown out of Jerusalem. Read Acts to find that too.It was not the Jews that threw him out, it was the Jerusalem community of “the Way.” Sede Vacante or not, this cradle Catholic, ex-seminarian, has left the church altogether, all the arguing within the church is like arguing about how many angels are on the head of a pin. Within that structure which is Catholicism, however, as one baptized and confirmed pre Novus Ordo,I understand your argument. Probably, the first “Pope”, was the emperor Constantine, the true founder of the Roman Catholic Church.

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