[Francis] Cardinal Presented Heresy Of “Unlimited Papal Power” The newly appointed Cardinal Gianfranco Ghirlanda SJ shared at the August consistory the idea that a pope's power over the Church is “unlimited”, Cardinal Müller revealed to InfoVaticana.com (September 23). Ghirlanda presented a “theory of the papacy as an unlimited power of divine right over the whole Church, as if the Pope were a Deus in terris [God on earth].” Müller replied that this contradicts the entire Catholic tradition and is a caricature of the Petrine ministry. He added that Ghirlanda’s idea provoked critical contributions during the consistory. - Gloria.tv [https://www.gloria.tv/post/w9rKYit3mzJG2ahEFM1uH8pT8] he theory of the papacy as an unlimited power of divine right over the whole Church, as if the pope were a Deus in terris . The newly appointed Cardinal Ghirlanda, SJ, as the pope’s most important advisor on curial reform, holds the view that everything the popes have said or done in the course of Ch
Historian Newman said "the Pure Arians were the Protestants, the Semi-Arians were the Anglicans " so now are "the Pure [Modernist Heretics]... the [Francis Liberals], the Semi-[Modernists]... the [Catholic Conservatives]"... [&] The truth lay, not with the Via Media [Liberal/Conservative], but with what was [& is] called the ‘Extreme Party'" which is the Traditionalists?
- "Some... assembled [Council] prelates advocated... harsh measures towards the [Semi-Arian] Arianizers... Athanasius, however, proposed more temperate measures... A decree was passed, that such [Semi-Arian] bishops as had communicated with the Arians through weakness or surprise, should be recognized in their respective sees, on signing the Nicene formulary; but that those, who publicly defended the heresy, should only be admitted to lay-communion ... Yet it cannot be denied, that men of zeal and boldness were found among the [Semi-Arian] Arianizers. Two laymen, Flavian and Diodorus, protested with spirit against the [unambiguous Arian] heterodoxy of the crafty Leontius, and kept alive an orthodox [Catholic] party in the midst of the [Arian] Eusebian communion." (The Arians of the Fourth Century, By John Henry Newman, Pages 198-199) 'Yet the men were better than their creed; and it is satisfactory to be able to detect amid the impiety and worldliness of the heretica