New Book Released
No Space Between Ratzinger and Bergoglio: So Close in Apostasy, So Far from Catholic Truth
by Thomas A. Droleskey, Ph.D.
Although there has been quite a concerted effort on the part of some who consider themselves conservative or traditional Catholics, to contrast the supposedly “traditional Pope” Benedict XVI with his supposedly more “radical” successor, “Pope” Francis, both of these men are Modernists who defect from the Catholic Faith on numerous points. Whatever differences exist between Joseph Ratzinger and Jorge Bergoglio, they center mostly, although not exclusively, on matters of style and emphasis. No Space Between Ratzinger and Bergoglio is an effort to explain that there is no theological “space” between two men whose manifest public heresy has been laid out to see throughout the entirety of their careers. Acknowledging the difficulties inherent in focusing on various matters to the exclusion of others, the author, Tom Droleskey, believes that this book will provide food for thought and reflection to those who are interested in a dispassionate search for the truth about the state of the Church Militant in this time of apostasy and betrayal.
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No Space Between Ratzinger and Bergoglio:
So Close in Apostasy, So Far from Catholic Truth
by Thomas Droleskey
364 Pages (CreateSpace, 2015)
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About the Author
Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey (b. 1951) received a Ph.D. in political science from the State University of New York at Albany, New York, on August 5, 1977. Droleskey also studied theology at Mount Saint Mary’s Seminary, Emittsburg, Maryland, and at Holy Apostles Seminary, Cromwell, Connecticut. Droleskey taught as a full-time and part-time faculty member at numerous colleges and universities between January of 1974 and October of 2014. Formerly a pro-life activist and candidate for public office, Dr. Droleskey was nominated by the Right to Life Party of the State of New York as its candidate for lieutenant governor in 1986 and as its candidate for Supervisor of the Town of Oyster Bay, New York in 1987. Before his conversion from the Novus Ordo Church to real Catholicism, hundreds of Droleskey’s articles appeared in The Wanderer (1992-2001) and later The Remnant (2002-2006) and Catholic Family News (2004-2006). Now a Sedevacantist, Droleskey blogs at ChristOrChaos.com.
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