Are Cdl. Mueller & Bishop Schneider arguing: "we all have to accept the fact that Bergoglio is the Pope because he is. The issue is excluded rather than resolved"?
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Remember that only an Antipope when he speaks "ex cathedra" can speak what is "invalid" because the false pope's papacy is invalid.
LifeSiteNews reported that Cardinal Muller said:
"'[I]f he [Francis] spoke ex cathedra... make[ing] possible the ordination of women... in contradiction to the defined doctrine of the Church,' he continues"
"'It would be invalid,' he adds."
(LifeSiteNews, "Cardinal Muller: No pope or council could permit female deacons, 'it would be invalid," Friday July 26, 2019) -The Catholic Monitor [https://www.thecatholicmonitor.com/2019/07/cdl-mueller-francis-could-be-antipope.html]], the former highest doctrinal authority in the Church, ex-Prefect of the Doctrine of the Faith, Cardinal Gerhard Muller admitted that Francis could be an Antipope.
The following was texted to The Catholic Monitor (CM) by a good friend of CM:
Wow. Bishop Schneider has found it necessary to respond to the BiP position (see Lifesite article:https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/bishop-schneider-theory-that-benedict-xvi-is-pope-and-not-francis-defies-tradition-of-the-church/)
His response boils down to the (in my opinion) ludicrous contention that there can't be any such thing as a reigning antipope because God, in His goodness wouldn't allow it.
"in this case" (BiP) "one absolutizes the aspect of legality"
What the heck? Isn't this an admission, by Bishop Schneider, that "Francis" isn't--legally--the pope?
So Bishop Schneider thinks "Francis" is the pope because he (Schneider) agrees with Amoris laetitia Chapter 8, in which it is contented that "law"--namely, God's--shouldn't be "absolutized," either
So the next time I get pulled over for speeding, I can say, "Offficer, in this case one is absolutizing that aspect of legality"--right?
Now Cardinal Mueller has come out against BiP at Lifesite, too.
Remember Han Solo saying, "Musta hit pretty close to the mark to get 'em all riled up like that--huh, kid?'
Mueller's argument, like Schneider's assumes what it sets out to prove. Mueller states that the Holy Spirit guides the Church and that the pope deserves our respect, blah blah blah.
In other words, we all have to accept the fact that Bergoglio is the pope because he is. The issue is excluded rather than resolved.
Pray an Our Father now for reparation for the sins committed because of Francis's Amoris Laetitia.