End your cognitive dissonance!

Canceling Francis:
15 Videos on Why You Should Be a Sedevacantist

Dear traditionalists in the Vatican II Church: Francis has canceled you. Isn’t it time you canceled him?

For year’s end, we want to provide a convenient post that lists 15 of the most important and most compelling videos we have promoted on this web site over the years that make the case for Sedevacantism in one way or another. Some are long, some are short; some are more riveting, others more dry — but all of them are well worth your time.

Here they are, in no particular order:

The Papacy and Sedevacantism: Have the Gates of Hell prevailed?

Do you believe in the Papacy? Find out!

The SSPX, “Resistance”, and Sedevacantism (Bp. Donald Sanborn)

The Holy Catholic Faith vs. the Novus Ordo Religion (Fr. Nicolás Despósito)

Eclipse of the Church: The Case for Sedevacantism (Mr. Mario Derksen)

Why do Traditionalists Fear Sedevacantism? (Fr. Anthony Cekada)

False Resistance Theology: The Pope Speaks, You Decide (Fr. Anthony Cekada)

Introduction to Sedevacantism, Part 1: Vatican II’s New Doctrine on the Church

Introduction to Sedevacantism, Part 2: Vatican II’s Teaching on False Religions as Means of Salvation

Introduction to Sedevacantism, Part 3: Sacraments for Non-Catholics in the 1983 Code of Canon Law

Sedevacantism: How to tell Aunt Helen (Fr. Anthony Cekada)

Francis vs. the Papacy: Square Peg vs. Round Hole

A Dignified Burial for John Salza and Robert Siscoe’s True or False Pope? (Fr. Anthony Cekada)

Stuck in a Rut: Anti-Sedevacantism in the Age of Bergoglio (Fr. Anthony Cekada)

Culpable Ignorance and the Great Apostasy (Mr. Jeffrey Knight)

Dear traditionalists in the Vatican II Church: Start the new year off right. End your cognitive dissonance: Cancel Francis and the entire Counterfeit Catholicism that is the Vatican II religion. Embrace instead the untainted timeless Roman Catholic Faith and let that remain a mystery which God has seen fit to keep hidden from us for the time being:

Remember that Sedevacantism, the position that there has been no (known) true Pope of the Catholic Church since the death of Pius XII in 1958, and that the current Vatican establishment is not the Catholic Church, is entirely safe theologically. By adhering to it, you cannot be led into heresy, nor into schism, if you are faithful to traditional Catholic teaching.

Even supposing, for the sake of argument, that the position were false, where would be the danger? What could you be accused of? The worst that could be said of you is that you were wrong about who the Pope was. You believed, in good faith, that there was no Pope when in fact there was one — but at least you acted consistently and in accordance with Catholic teaching, to the best of your ability and in peace with your conscience. You could be accused of having made a sincere mistake, nothing more; a mistake regarding the identity of the true Pope, as many others did before in Church history, and quite innocently. That is the worst that could be said. You could not be accused of adhering to or spreading false doctrine (heresy), nor of refusing to be subject to the man you acknowledged to be the Pope (schism).

Make 2022 the year you end Jorge Bergoglio’s spiritual tyranny over you.

Make it the year you cancel him.

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