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Clergy/Scholar Open Letter asks Cardinals to Correct Francis which is the Step before Deposing a Pope

The Appeal of the 75 Catholic scholars and clergymen is not asking Pope Francis to withdraw his death penalty heresy as the secular and Catholic media are reporting. The Open Letter is directed to the Cardinals (not Francis) and is asking them to correct the Pope:

"Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church... we call upon Your Eminences to advise His Holiness [Francis] that it is his duty to put an end to this scandal, to withdraw this paragraph from the Catechism, and teach the word of God unadulterated."
(First Things, "An Appeal to the Cardinals of the Catholic Church," August 15, 2018)

If the cardinals were to correct Francis on his material death penalty heresy as the letter is asking and his doesn't recant by removing the "paragraph from the Catechism, and teach the word of God unadulterated" then the cardinals can move to the next step which would be to depose him as a formal heretic.

As Cardinal Raymond Burke said:

"If a Pope would formally profess heresy he would cease, by that act, to be Pope."

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Church.





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