Faith in the Most Blessed Sacrament leads to recognition of Benedict XVI as the Pope

by Br. Alexis Bugnolo

If you have the Catholic Faith, then you have the key to solving many of the most obscure controversies.

And if you have faith in the real, true, and substantial presence of Our Lord Jesus Christ, body, soul and Divinity in the Most Blessed Sacrament, then you have the key to know who is the true pope and who is a fraud an imposter.

And here is the key:

Just as the Host would not be consecrated if the priest said,

This is My athletic activity…

Rather than

This is My Body…

So, Pope Benedict XVI does not give up the papacy if he says,

I renounce my doing of the papacy,

Rather than,

I renounce the office of the papacy.

For on February 11, 2013, Pope Bendict in Latin said,

declaro me ministerio … renuntiare (I declare that I renounce the work of serving)

Instead of what Canon Law in canon 332 §2 says he has to signify,

muneri meo renuntio (I declare that I renounce the charge to serve which Christ gave me)

Now, some persons who think they are so bright that they can ignore this simply and irrefutable argument want you to fundamentally alter your religion, by denying that words have proper meanings. After 7 years you can see with your own eyes at Mass, if you still have the Mass, where that has led to.

Therefore, I exhort you: return to the rule contained in your faith in the Eucharist. Words do have meaning. And nothing happens if the wrong ones are used.

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5 thoughts on “Faith in the Most Blessed Sacrament leads to recognition of Benedict XVI as the Pope”

  1. One problem is most Catholics do not even believe in the Real Presence and the rest know little about BiP issue, and, if they did, wouldn’t even bring up the subject for fear of criticism.

  2. Isn’t Faith supposed to drive out fear? I guess, given the paralysis and paranoia gripping so much of this planet, we can gauge how limited the parameters of true Faith today. Anyway, didn’t Pope Benedict once opine that the future Church, albeit diminished in numbers (quantity), would be all the greater in sincerity and holiness (quality)? And wouldn’t this be all more miraculous, given that going to the virus mass (sterilized and proctored like a crime scene) appears to be a form of blasphemy.

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