Br. Bugnolo’s interview with Caritas in Veritate the night before the election

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14 thoughts on “Br. Bugnolo’s interview with Caritas in Veritate the night before the election”

  1. Kudos, Bro. Bugnolo! Bravo!

    Our Blessed Mother must be so proud of you, one Her finest sons and a true Crusader of Christ the King!

    Keep up the good work for Holy Mother Church!

    1. An election by apostolic right has no written rule for acceptance. Seeing that Bergoglio already exercised the visible duties of the Pope, his acceptance of his juridically valid election can be tacit and instantaneous as it was with Leo VIII after Benedict V abdicated in 964

      1. Candidates who had not usurped the papacy had 8 days to accept. Such as Vigano or Gracida. Otherwise, the precident of Leo VIII holds, that tacit acceptance or acquiescence is sufficient.

  2. “God chose the lowly things of this world and the despised things and the things that are not -to nullify the things that are- so that no one may boast before him.”

    I could not help but think of you, Brother and our small remnant of Catholic people at Mass on Sunday.

  3. Br. Bugnolo, You sound as though you’re not feeling very well. Simply MUST take some time to yourself and rest for at least a weekend or so to care of yourself. Praying for your health and welfare.

  4. Br Bugnolo

    Do the college of Cardinals still have the right to elect the next Pope once Pope Francis dies? Or with their failure to elect a successor to Pope Benedict XVI did they lose their right to elect all future popes?

    1. No, they will have the right again, and keep it, unless they fail to act to elect his successor.

      1. His acts as antipope have no validity. But his appointment of Cardinals and Bishops now become valid by condonation. The difference is that the acts are separate and in the past, but the men chosen are living.

      2. Agreed. Jesus gave them great Mercy and is a way of asking these cardinals: “Are you for Me or against Me?”

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