016 TRADCAST (24 DEC 2016)


  • Segment 1: “Papal” election advice; Amoris Laetitia, its critics, and the “Communion” double standard; Steve Kellmeyer and the dumbest blog post of the year; dissecting Michael Matt’s comments in The Remnant Underground 11: “Cardinal Sins: Resisting Pope Francis”
  • Segment 2: SSPX distancing itself from Salza/Siscoe book True or False Pope?; thank-you to benefactors; advice for Roberto de Mattei; a glance at Tom Hoopes’ What Pope Francis Really Said; response to “Fr.” John Hunwicke’s “refutation” of sedevacantism; a game for semi-traditionalists; square peg meets round hole: distorting the papacy to fit Francis into it; The Remnant‘s disingenuous combox moderation; TRADCAST announcement for 2017
  • Total run time: 2 hrs 3 mins
  • Please note: In this TRADCAST episode, we mistakenly say Christopher Ferrara called Francis an “Antichrist Pope”. This is incorrect — he called him an “Anti-Catholic Pope”.

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7 Responses to “TRADCAST 016 (December 24, 2016)”

  1. Siobhan

    Another marvelous TRADCAST. Thank you. Just to tease but not reveal, may I please quote from this marvelous offering: “–ordained twice and still not a priest—-, Mr. ******** . “

  2. Sonia

    Who knows if Mr Matt listens to what he preaches; let’s hope and pray these gurus of contradiction (the ‘hermeneutic’ of belial in and of Christ) listen to this Tradcast.

    • Novus Ordo Watch

      Either that, or that if he were to do so, he would immediately cease being Pope, meaning that at no moment can you have a Pope who is a heretic. But if I remember correctly, later in the program I bring up this issue explicitly.

  3. Gresu

    This is so good, I need to study it and go over often the wonderfully, rich references. We are on solid ground defending sedevacantism when referencing encyclicals in discussions with novus ordoites or SSPX. Can’t get enough of it.

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