CIONCI: Are Those closest to Pope Benedict XVI intimately involved in misrepresenting historical facts?

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  1. [Not necessarily for publication]. My (holy and devout) Ordinariate pastor begs me “not to become schismatic”. I say I support the pope, B16, but that I’m not leaving the parish.
    My pastor abhors Bergoglio, but says despite all we know on your blog, that B. can only be declared an antipope by an “irregular council”. He says the damage by the Council of Constance is ongoing, and it damages the Church; to sit tight and let God sort this mess out. That’s what I’m doing, but I cannot believe Bergoglio is pope, and told him I know there is no sin in this which he does not contest.
    He also says that B16 names Francis in the canon of his own Mass.
    Has anyone ever seen, filmed B16 doing this?

  2. Br. Bugnolo: What is your opinion on Chiesa Viva? And about their investigations on pope Benedict?

    1. The magazine was founded by a priest who did a lot of research, refuted by no one. But after his death, a layman without discretion or even training in theology starting publishing all kinds of claims.

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