Sunday, December 25, 2016

Pope Francis Defeated by Malta Knights

The sovereign state of the Knights of Malta defeated Pope Francis's apparent illegal attempt to interfere in it's internal affairs.

The Malta Knights told the Pope that his Vatican commission investigation of their "internal"  affairs was "unacceptable."

Vatican expert Robert de Mattei said the Knights were just in defending their sovereignty against a "bogus" external commission.

Many view the external commission attempt as an attack on Cardinal Raymond Burke who is the patron of the Knights of Malta.

The Pope's inner circle and allies have attempted to vilify Burke and three other Cardinals who issued a dubia letter asking the Pope if he disapproved or approved heretical interpretation of his teachings.

If Francis "formally professed heresy" according to expert Catholic canon lawyer Burke, he would "automatically" cease to be Pope as reported by the Catholic World Report on December 19.

LifeSite reported, on December 23, that Cardinal Walter Brandmuller, one of the four Cardinals of the dubia, speaking to the newspaper Der Spiegel said:

"Whoever thinks that persistent adultery and reception of Holy Communion are compatible is a heretic and promotes schism."

Brandmuller's above heretical position is the apparent position of Pope Francis according to Cardinal Walter Kasper and other members of Francis's inner circle of advisors.

If Kasper and others of the papal inner circle are right about the Pope's thinking the following could be the consequence.

Were Francis to formally profess the heretical position above then he would "automatically" cease to be Pope. 

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