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Old 17th November 2018, 02:30 AM
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Default Reason why schismatic Msgr. Nicola Bux should be excommunicated

He is not showing communion with the Pope. By his proposal he is judging Pope Francis not to be fit to continue ruling the Church:

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Vatican theologian said that unless Pope Francis corrects himself and reaffirms Church teaching on morals, the faith, and the sacraments, "the apostasy will deepen and the de facto schism will widen.

To address the current crisis, he suggested that an examination of the “juridical validity” of Pope Benedict’s XVI’s resignation was in order to “overcome problems that today seem insurmountable to us.” The theologian consultor to the Congregation for the Causes of Saints was implying that further study of the situation could reveal that Francis is not and has never been a valid pope, but is, in fact, an antipope who could be removed from the papacy, thus nullifying his "insurmountable" errors."

https://pjmedia.com/faith/noted-vati...signation/amp/

By these public declarations he should be removed from his current charge ipso facto for he is not trusting Jesus’ guidance of His Church, Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI (his own letter of resignation), and the current Father and Teacher of all Christians, Pope Francis.

These schismatics should be punished deservingly harshly because of the great harm they cause to people’s souls.
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Old 17th November 2018, 04:25 AM
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I saw that story. Pope Francis must be a valid Pope because he was accepted by the body of Bishops who are protected by the grace of God, as a body, from accepting an antipope, from committing apostasy, heresy, or schism, and from teaching heresy.
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