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5 Dubia Questions for Pope Benedict XVI & not for the Benedict Bot

June 6, 2019 was the day that the Catholic Monitor posted 5 Dubia questions for One Peter Five publisher Steve Skojec to answer and like Francis he has refused to answer.

Skojec was banned from posting in the Monitor comment section until he allowed a free forum for debate on those Dubia questions on the One Peter Five website comment section.

As far as we can see, there is still no freedom to debate at that website, but a priest and others banned there as well as a Italian Latin language expert and supporters of Skojec (one of the 1P5 publisher supporters is a blogger) carried on a debate for two days in the Catholic Monitor.
[http://catholicmonitor.blogspot.com/2019/06/5-dubia-questions-for-steve-skojec.html]

It was beautiful to see honest debate.

 In the debate, Jonathan D'Souza posted a "Dubia for Benedict." Please go to the post link above to read it.

I loved the idea so here are the Catholic Monitor's 5 Dubia questions for Pope Benedict XVI.

But, before we get to the dubia questions, I want to say that I totally agree with D'Souza that Benedict has to "come out to our faces in the public and answer in a press conference once and for all... and [be] drilled by lawyers and reporters in more detail, allow[ing] no room for escape."

Moreover, as he said "we don't want any more bogus press releases from the Vatican" which some are calling Francis' Benedict Bot.

Francis and the Vatican as he said "can't be trusted" as proven by Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, Lettergate, the Chinese Vatican betrayal deal, the Bergoglio Argentine sex-abuse cover-ups dating to when he was a archbishop to the present Bishop Gustavo Zanchetta case and I could keep going, but you get the idea.

Finally, here are the 5 Dubia questions for Benedict:

1. Viganò and the evidence has proven that Francis covered-up for ex-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick's sex abuse. Do you demand with Viganò that Francis resign? Answer: yes or no.

2. In reference to the possibility of Francis resigning, Cardinal Walter Kasper and canon law expert Nicholas Cafardi said "a political faction" attempting "a forced resignation would be invalid."

It is known that three Cardinals made a "300 page dossier" of Vatican sexual homosexual deviancy that was paired with financial irregularities tied to Vatileaks orchestrated by the allied financially corrupt Vatican Old Guard diplomats and the Vatican sexually corrupt Gay Lobby that led to your resignation.

Do you admit that the aforementioned "political factions" orchestrated and caused or forced your resignation? Answer: yes or no.

3. Bishop René Gracida has convincingly demonstrated that there is valid evidence that Pope John Paul II's conclave constitution "Universi Dominici Gregis" which "prescribe[d]... [the] method for the election of his successor(s)" was violated and must be investigated by Cardinals.

Do you admit that the Cardinals need to investigate the conclave? Answer: yes or no.

4. Respected Catholic scholar Dr. Peter Kwasniewski in reviewing the Antonio Socci book "The Secret of Benedict XVI: Is he still Pope?" said: "Socci['s]... careful analysis... above all, the interpretation [of] canon lawyers... argue that the resignation lacks several conditions for validity."

Do you admit that you need to do a new resignation which is unarguably and incontrovertibly valid? Answer: yes or no.

5. Your long time friend and colleague Cardinal Walter Brandmuller said "Whoever thinks that persistent adultery and reception of Holy Communion are compatible is a heretic and promotes schism."

Since Francis endorses "that persistent adultery and reception of Holy Communion are compatible" with his Argentine letter and since his Vatican calls the letter "authentic magisterium," do you admit that Francis is "a heretic and promotes schism"? Answer: yes or no.

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Mass and the Church as well as for the Triumph of the Kingdom of the Sacred Heart of the Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of the Mary.






Comments

These points are well made; thank you for making them.

But of course it won't happen, because what is going on is far greater than almost any Catholic observer has yet had the courage to admit and fathom: Benedict has surrendered the apparatus of the Vatican and papacy into the hands of the greatest Evil that has ever assaulted the Church, trusting that intercessory prayer, silence, and humility are the only weapons that can defeat it. This approach baffles political observers but it is in fact the only way that evil of such magnitude can be defeated.

The solution has to come from God now: not another conclave, not a pope who will excommunicate all the Modernists, not some sort of restoration of any past moment of Catholic glory. The hour is far too late for any of that now. This is the final battle foretold to Lucia at Fatima. Benedict is the last pope of the old era and also the first pope of the new, but, as he said to Peter Seewald in 2016, the new era isn't really here yet. Keep praying and it will all happen, not without great suffering for the Church and the world.

Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us, and long live Pope Benedict XVI!!
Justina said…
No, it is not "in fact the only way that evil of such magnitude can be defeated." Ora et labora
Unknown said…
I will answer on behalf of Benedict (Don't ask me how it's complicated). Yes or No answer's wont exactly cut it so here it goes...

1. No, At least not from the Papacy since he never held the office.

2. Yes.

3. Yes, but it won't matter now.

4. No, I need not do anything further, except wait and pray.

5. Yes.
Fred Martinez said…
You sound like you are a follower of the French 1700 Century heresy of Quietism.

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