The Nuremberg Trial-like Excuse which Cardinal Burke has so Staggeringly, so Stereotypically Proffered on the Promised “Formal Correction”
Does Cardinal Burke think Francis is an antipope? On at least five occasions, Cardinal Burke has rejected the magisterial nature of official papal teaching (in one case, pre-emptively dismissing a hypothetical official teaching of the Magisterium): Cardinal Burke has rejected the official teaching of Pope Francis in the new Apostolic Constitution Episcopalis Communio concerning the possibility that a pope can raise the final synodal document to the level of ordinary magisterium, if the pope chooses. (We covered the Episcopalis Communio here .) The whole apostolic constitution on the Synod is problematic. … This idea that either the Pope on his own or the Synod together with the Pope can create some new Magisterium [i.e. a new teaching of the ordinary Magisterium], is simply false. The Synod is a consultative body, to help the Pope to see how best to present the Church’s teaching in time. It’s not able to create ordinary Magisterium. As a canon lawyer, Cardinal Burk
"West of the Rhine, I saw a man fight against this hideous beast, for it spread to many countries and threatened to crush their peoples. The man fought with passion and tenacity. He was surrounded by a bright light and in his right hand wielded a double-edged sword. His clothes seemed to me as fitting as a diver's. His head was covered by a glass covering. I could tell out his facial features: he wore a trimmed black mustache. A crown shone on his head, which particularly impressed me because the cross in the middle was at an angle. He stood with both feet west of the Rhine."
The cross mentioned by being seen in this link below (in Portuguese):
Review of the book Josef Stockert's Vision (in Portuguese):
Link on the view of German, but I believe it is incomplete (in German):
About the book: