10 thoughts on “How to decide which is the true Pope, Benedict XVI or Francis?”

  1. A clear, concise, well-detailed explanation which, I hope and pray, will convince a great many faithful [and some separated brethren…] of the true papal situation that Holy Mother Church has endured since February 2013. Once we are past All Souls Day I will share this widely on FB and see what the reaction is! THANKYOU Brother Alexis for your tireless efforts in this regard, and also for exposing many other deceptions, distractions and propaganda within the postconciliar Church. Pax tecum.

  2. So what does one do if there are no priests anywhere close by who acknowledge Benedict as pope? Do we just stop attending Mass?

    1. You can attend any Mass in the world, spiritually, by making the intention and saying some devotional prayers. Remember. the essence of Catholic spirituality is not attending Mass, but raising the mind and heart to the Most Holy Trinity and glorifying, thanking, praising God in union with all the Saints in Heaven. Mass is only an instrument. When we do not have it in communion with Christ’s Vicar, we are not at fault at all. But we should urge our local priests to return to pope Benedict XVI by sharing with them the historical and documented truth that he never abdicated.

  3. benedict puts a lot of faithful in a tough position by doing what he did. You would have to think it was because of something other than just pressure. More like he was trying to expose the ape of the Church.. but again , he does it at great expense of potential lost souls

    1. I agree with you on this. Don’t get me wrong. I would have most strongly counseled him not to do this. And if I were privy of this secret in Feb. 2013, I would have violated my promise of secrecy to tell the whole world, because the Faithful have the divine right to know who is the pope clearly and openly. And if B16 did what he did without a divine precept from God to do it, I cannot see how he could be excused entirely from moral fault, because the Vicar of Christ more than anyone else should trust in the Angels for protection and the Holy Spirit for the providence to achieve victory by the weapons of light.

      1. Reported in August 2013:
        “Breaking his silence for the first time since he became the first pope to step down in 600 years, the 86-year-old reportedly said: “God told me to” when asked what had pushed him to retire to a secluded residence in the Vatican gardens.

        Benedict denied he had been visited by an apparition or had heard God’s voice, but said he had undergone a “mystical experience” during which God had inspired in him an “absolute desire” to dedicate his life to prayer rather than push on as pope.

        The German ex-pontiff’s comments, which are said to have been made a few weeks ago, were reported by the Catholic news agency Zenit, which did not name the person Benedict had spoken to.

        A senior Vatican source said the report was reliable. “The report seems credible. It accurately explains the spiritual process that brought Benedict to resign,” he said.

        Benedict said his mystical experience had lasted months, building his desire to create a direct and exclusive relationship with God. Now, after witnessing the “charisma” of his successor, Pope Francis, Benedict said he understood to a greater extent how his stepping aside was the “will of God”.” [Last sentence is total “Ratzinger Code”.]

        As for Pope Benedict’s act of Feb. 11, 2013 being done “at great expense of potential lost souls”: this is the accusation of those who lack trust that he was indeed guided by the Holy Spirit. They blame Benedict, calling him a coward, liar, monster, heretic, etc.

        And if after nearly 10 years the faithful haven’t figured out which of the two men dressed in white is the true pope, when one is clearly an apostate, heretic, idolater and utterly anti-Catholic (we aren’t deciding between two *Catholic* men in the Vatican)… perhaps we should make it a point to remind ourselves that God can put us to the test, as Cionci wrote about here:
        “The Ratzinger Code is, in essence, the “Code of Jesus”: Benedict XVI communicates like Christ with his accusers.”

  4. charmaine,
    i am not calling B16 a monster or anything close. He was a follower of the German theologians of V2, but he does seem to part ways with them more recently. I was only saying that the loss of soul because of the unclear pontificate structure is not something most can clearle see and act upon. We as good catholics are called to follow and obey the hierarchy of Holy Mother Church. Never are we to take lightly the accusations of priests and bishops. With this in mind i was simply saying that some Qanon type subterfuge going on, would imperil many souls.

  5. Brother, for those of us who know he is an Antipope and fully expect the Synod to herald in the Great Apostasy what advice would you give for educating our young children? What shall we do about the sacraments they will require?

    Thank you

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