Did Francis's Advisor, the apparently Pedophile friendly Maradiaga, admit "[Francis's Doubtful] Election [was] Organized by a Campaign Beforehand"?
Francis's closest adviser, Cardinal Oscar R. Maradiaga, apparently said and implied that there were “'pre-conclave' meetings” for Francis's seemingly post conclave planned supposed future papacy which sounds like this brings into play Cardinal Burkes' the "only grounds that could be used for calling into question the validity of the election would be were the election organized by a campaign beforehand which is strictly forbidden." - The Catholic Monitor
CARD. ÓSCAR R. MARADIAGA
Coordinator, Council of Cardinals
"Let us remember that the Council of Cardinals arose from the "pre-conclave" meetings, where it was said that it would be beneficial for the Pope to have a group of cardinals "from the base" and that information not only reach him through the apostolic nunciatures or the Secretariat of State." - Rome Reports [We are in a new stage of the pontificate, not at the end - Rome ...
Bishop Rene Gracida summed the "canonical" situation we are in with the doubtfulness of the Pope Benedict XVI resignation:
"[I]f the [Pope Benedict XVI] Renunciation is doubtful, then in virtue of canon 332 §2, it is invalid for lack of due manifestation"
It appears that if someone has definite solid reasons from canon law to doubt the validity of Pope Benedict's resignation one can it appears possibly commit a sin if he doesn't resolve that doubt before claiming Francis is definitely pope.
The important theological book "Rodriguez and the Confession of Doubtful Mortal Sins" in page 225 says:
"If one does not resolve the doubt and deliberately does the action anyhow, it means that he is willing to offend God gravely, and therefore he commits a mortal sin."
(Google: Theological Studies -cdn- 1 PDF by U. Adelman - Cited by 1 Related articles)
Moreover, Dogmatic theology scholar Fr. Elwood Sylvester Berry (1879-1954), who was professor at Mount St. Mary's Seminary in Maryland, in his apologetic and dogmatic treatise which according to his introduction "was originally written in Latin" stated that according to Doctor of the Church St. Robert Bellarmine: "a doubtful pope is no pope... 'if a papal election is doubtful for any reason'" therefore a imperfect council of bishops is needed:
"Hence the saying of Bellarmine: a doubtful pope is no pope. 'Therefore,' continues the Cardinal, 'if a papal election is really doubtful for any reason, the elected should resign, so that a new election may be held. But if he refuses to resign, it becomes the duty of the bishops to adjust the matter, for although the bishops without the pope cannot define dogma nor make laws for the universal Church, they can and ought to decide, when occasion demands, who is the legitimate pope; and if the matter be doubtful, they should provide for the Church by having a legitimate and undoubted pastor elected. That is what the Council of Constance rightly did.'" 8
(The Church of Christ: An Apologetic and Dogmatic Treatise, By Rev. E. Sylvester Berry, Page 229, Note 8: Bellarmine, "De Concilio, ii, 19)
Moreover, Catholic pundit Patrick Coffin on his YouTube show asked Cardinal Raymond Burke:
"I was wondering rather if those rules [of the 2013 conclave that elected Francis] were violated and rather or not the whole election of Francis may be invalid. Is there any foundation for that speculation?"
Cardinal Burke answered:
"The only grounds that could be used for calling into question the validity of the election would be were the election organized by a campaign beforehand which is strictly forbidden and that would be difficult to demonstrate..."
"... If these persons [the St. Gallen Mafia of liberal cardinals] engaged in a active campaign first to undermined Pope Benedict XVI and at the same time to engineer the election of someone [Francis] then that could be a argument. I don't think I have the facts, and there have to be facts, to prove that. That's all I have to say about that."
(Patrick Coffin show, "141: Dubia Cardinal Goes on the Record - Raymond Cardinal Burke (Free Version)," Premiered 13 hours ago, 19:55 to 21:46)
Recently, Francis's closest adviser, Cardinal Oscar R. Maradiaga, apparently said and implied that there were “'pre-conclave' meetings” for Francis's seemingly post conclave planned supposed future papacy which sounds like this brings into play Cardinal Burkes' the "only grounds that could be used for calling into question the validity of the election would be were the election organized by a campaign beforehand which is strictly forbidden":
The cardinal begins by confirming that the idea of the C9 germinated during the “pre-conclave meetings,” with a clearly expressed goal: “that information not pass only through the apostolic nunciatures or the secretariat of State” and that the pope “be supported by a group of 'grassroots' cardinals.” [https://fsspx.news/en/news-events/news/cardinal%E2%80%99s-surprising-confidences-71198]
Next, what is hypocrisy?
Maradiaga, who is "coordinator of the C9, the council of cardinal, claims Francis wants to "promote economic transparency and the fight against abuses” in his "reform":
Cardinal Oscar R. Maradiaga – archbishop emeritus of Tegucigalpa and coordinator of the C9, the council of cardinals responsible for surrounding the pope in his reform of the Roman Curia...
... the work of Pope Francis would consist of “a three-level reform,” according to Cardinal Maradiaga.
“A first spiritual level, supported by gestures and events such as the Jubilee Year of Mercy; a second ecclesiological level where the Church is asked to reflect on the notion of synodality; and finally an institutional level, with a reorganization of the dicasteries in order to promote economic transparency and the fight against abuses.” [https://fsspx.news/en/news-events/news/cardinal%E2%80%99s-surprising-confidences-71198]
Read the following, and ask if Francis needs to first reform his closest advisor before doing any other "reforms":
Italian journalist and Vatican expert Emiliano Fittipaldi in his book, Lussuria. Peccati scandali e tradimenti di una Chiesa fatta di uomini (Lust. Sins, Scandals, and Betrayal of a Church Made of Men) says that Francis's closest advisor and “vice-pope" Cardinal Maradiaga “had protected a pedophile priest from Costa Rica, a fugitive from Interpol" according Fittipaldi in a interview with comunidadculturaearte.com which intmass media.com explains in detail:
"Few know that between 2003 and 2004, the cardinals were taken in one of the dioceses under the supervision of the Archdiocese of Tegucigalpa in Honduras, the priest, accused by the police of Costa Rica in sexual harassment. Hiding a criminal, don Enrique Vasquez (Enrique Vasquez) was wanted by Interpol since 1998: on the run between Nicaragua, new York, Connecticut, and a sanatorium for priests in Mexico, don Enrique a few months would be hiding in Guinope where he will get a parish, under the control of the Archdiocese of Maradiaga. Journalist Brooks Egerton (Brooks Egerton) says that at the time he was able to interview the Secretary of Maradiaga for the newspaper Dallas Morning News, which did not deny the presence of a pedophile, but minimized his role in the parish. In effect the cardinal, however, did not want to answer his questions. “How to tell the Interpol agent, who I interviewed, officials of the diocese realized that they had problems with don Enrique, and got rid of it,” suggests Eggerton."
Francis's closest advisor Maradiaga said he opposes bishops turning in pedophile priests over to civil authorities for investigation and prosecution. "[I] would be willing to go to jail before harming one of my priests":
"Maradiaga... a year before the arrival of Vazquez in his diocese, in an open conference in Rome, he explained that even when dealing with a priest accused of pedophilia, it would “would rather go to jail than to harm one of my priests… For me it would be a tragedy to reduce the role of the pastor to the function of the police. We must not forget that we are pastors, not agents of the FBI or the CIA.”
In 2020, Religious News Services reported that the Francis appointed second in command of the Secretariat of State Archbishop Edgar Pena Parra (which makes him the third most powerful man behind Secretary of State Pietro Parolin in the Vatican) made a "suspicious request" for a loan of more than $166 million from the Vatican Bank:
"Parra apparently felt some urgency to... obtain more than $166 million for the purchase [of a London property]... The IOR [Vatican Bank] denied the loan... about the 'suspicious request.'"
"... But the Secretariat of State eventually gained full control over the London property... using money derived from Peter's Pence..."
"... The deal was signed, with Parra' blessing, by Perlasca [whose office and home was just raided by Vatican police]."
(Religious News Services, Vatican police raid home, office of influential church official in investment inquiry," February 19, 2020)
Why did Francis's police raid Perlasca's home and office instead of Francis's third in command Parra's home and office since the money was for Parra not Perlasca?
Might Perlasca be the fall guy to protect Parra?
Does Francis's closest collaborator Cardinal Maradiaga have a connection to Parra's "suspicious" and "urgent" need for more than $166 million since it is well known Parra is part of Maradiaga's inner circle?
Parra is deeply connected to Francis's closest collaborator pro-gay Cardinal Maradiaga and his allegedly gay predator ex-auxiliary Bishop Juan Pineda who was forced to resign.
LifeSiteNews reported Parra "is a 'very close friend' of both... Maradiaga and... Pineda."
(LifeSiteNews, "New top official at Vatican is 'close friends' with Cardinal Maradiaga, disgraced auxiliary bishops," August 17, 2018)
Lastly, according to Church Militant:
"Maradiaga was also longtime head of Caritas International...which happens to be a member of the governing body of the World Social Forum - a Communist, pro-homosexual group." (ChurchMilitant.com, August 14, 2017)
The Vice-Pope in September 2015 was head of a conference whose main purpose was to promote "the abstruse positions of Cardinal Walter Kasper." (LifeSiteNews.com, August 10, 2015, "Close papal adviser heads conference attacking Church's moral teachings")
For those like Maradiaga who are Kasperites, it appears that the ultimate purpose of the Kasper Proposal is to impose the gay mafia agenda on Catholic moral teachings.
Fr. Zuhlsdord at his website on April 16, 2016 posted:
The " Trojan Horse Archbishop Bruno Forte stealthily snuck into the Synod's Interim Report... of the 2014 Synod...was the moment when many of us knew that 'homosexuality' was the bigger issue with the Kasperites...This is still the Kasper strategy."
It appears that the Kasperite Maradiaga who was the longtime head the organization that was a member of the pro-homosexual group may be in the gay mafia.
If the Vice-Pope is not a card carrying member of the homosexual mafia, it appears that he may support their agenda that would undermine Catholic moral doctrine.
Pray an Our Father now for reparation for the sins committed because of Francis's Amoris Laetitia.