Patrick Coffin interviews Dr. Mazza on the invalidity of Pope Benedict XVI’s Resignation

At the request of FromRome.Info, Dr. Mazza suggests to listeners to read his article from April for more information about his presentation above:

2 thoughts on “Patrick Coffin interviews Dr. Mazza on the invalidity of Pope Benedict XVI’s Resignation”

  1. I’m sorry to say it, but Americans (except exceptions that confirm the rule) don’t realize how unconscious they are of being unconscious. This is the main cause of their approaching catastrophe and
    consequently/unfortunately of the whole world one. The Jewish Illuminati have made a very good job deporting black slaves from Africa and attracting white slaves from Europe and brainwashimg the population with their powerful media system, and of coure, with gigantic lie that has always been and continue to be of the American dream one. Unfortunately such America and its way of life has infected almost the whole world population and the nations which oppose its blatant paganism are sistematically sanctioned or even bombed. The jewish Illuminati have made a very good job and Americans are even happy. Today, with the incredible Illuminati made health crisis they are much less so, but I fear it is too late to avoid the catastrophe. Americans, pray much and try to get the unique and true goal of life: save your souls from Hell in which the Jewish Free Masonry want carry you with it.

  2. Just finish listening to this interview. Appreciating any material that builds awareness of reality, I must say that Dr. Mazza seems bit confused himself. He uses very unclear (I’d say contradicting) language that won’t bring clarity to a listener who just enters that topic.
    Invalidity of B-XVI’s resignation can be clearly presented in 1-2 mins. It take about 10 mins to do it with laying out all basis like fact that declaration must be clear in itself.
    That said Dr. Mazza provides some useful facts, especially at the end of the show. He is a proponent of interpretation that B-XVI’s ‘resignation’ was intended to bifurcate (for now) papacy. That may be true as much as Br. Bugniolo’s position that B-XVI tried to save from our Church.
    Whatever he could. Whichever interpretation is correct, he has never resigned the papacy.

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