In case you missed our initial announcement on August 21: We have published another full-length episode of our popular TRADCAST podcast program. As always, it is loaded with real traditional Catholicism, hard-hitting refutations of various errors, and razor-sharp analysis. Our content is typically challenging but is always delivered with a relieving touch of humor.
TRADCAST 025 consists of two separate segments. First we evaluate Dan Marcum’s effort to paint Francis as an “anti-liberal”, and in the process we examine the the Modernist strategy of using ambiguity and contradiction in order to spread heresy more effectively and with impunity.
Segment 1: Francis the Anti-Liberal? – ambiguity and contradiction as part of the Modernist strategy; bursting the diocesan traditional Latin Mass bubble; the revolution of Vatican II vs. the traditional Catholic teaching on the Church; is it a “dogmatic fact” that Francis is Pope? – response to Robert Siscoe
Segment 2: Brief announcement regarding Taylor Marshall’s book Infiltration: The Plot to Destroy the Church from Within; how you can support this podcast; Peter Chojnowski’s “Sister Lucy Truth” project: was Sr. Lucy of Fatima replaced with an imposter around 1960?; the trouble with diabolical disorientation; a preview of the Vatican’s upcoming Amazon Synod; the contradictory theology of One Peter Five; Sedevacantism – a dead end?
@MarkAnonneman @AugustMichael8 Well, there is one thing you’re leaving out of account: They were all submitting to someone who was not the Pope. It is their union with the Pope that makes them unable, as a body, to fall away. But since Paul VI wasn’t the Pope….
@Catman_1958 @MarkAnonneman @AugustMichael8 Precisely. We’re sedevacantists aren’t saying we have all the answers, we’re just saying that since the divine promises are clearly contradicted in the Vatican II Sect, that can’t be the Catholic Church. That much is certain.
@MarkAnonneman @AugustMichael8 No, it’s incompatible with the recognize-and-resist position. There are some things in our day we must leave to mystery — rather than adopting a position that contradicts the stated doctrine.