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TnT Guest Co-Host Fr. Nix joins Bp. Gracida & Attorney Chris Ferrara in Calling for a "Imperfect Council" to Investigate if Francis is a Antipope

Frequent guest co-host on Dr. Taylor Marshall's YouTube TnT show Fr. David Nix apparently joined Bishop Rene Gracida and pro-life attorney in urging for a "imperfect council" to be called to investigate the validity of the 2013 conclave that elected Francis, the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI and possibly for declaring Francis to be a explicit heretic.

Fr. Nix on Twitter in responding to Journalist Edward Pentin's Tweet called for "an imperfect council":

Edward Pentin Sep 28
At 3.30pm today on vigil of Michaelmas, priests will be privately praying Leo XIII's Prayer of Exorcism (the longer prayer to St Michael) at a church near Castel Sant'Angelo w/ intention to expel the "diabolical influence from the Vatican, especially in view of the "
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Exorcisms don't work if the people attached to the spirits remain. So, the spirits will remain, too. This sounds strong on paper, but it's futile until an imperfect council is called. Calling an imperfect council takes a lot more courage than deliverance prayers at a Church.

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Aqua said…
“Son of man,I have made you a watchman over the house of Israel. When you hear a word from My mouth, give them a warning from Me. When I say to a wicked person, ‘you will surely die’, and you do not warn them or speak out to dissuade them from their evil ways, in order to save their life, that wicked person will die for their sin, and I will hold you accountable for their blood. But if you warn a wicked man and he does not turn from his wickedness and his wicked way, he will die in his iniquity, but you will have saved yourself”. (Ezekiel 3: 17-19)
Nicholas Murphy said…
Scojec is merely an opinionated blogger and not an authoritative source.
Fred Martinez said…
I agree that Francis traditionalist Skojec who follows the talking points of liberal like you is wrong and so are all the liberals. You and they can't give a reasonable agrument so you throw out red herrings because you have no authoritative sources or arguments.
Debbie said…
Since I am blocked by Dr. Marshall, I will ask it here.

Fr. Nix is a public BiP priest, so naturally one would assume/expect him to commemorate BXVI at the Te Igitur in his Masses. Question for Dr. Marshall, if you're reading this: did you check with father who he commemorated at the Mass you served at last August? You posted on social media about this private Mass, but you also told me and countless others on Twitter (before blocking me) that it was our duty to find out. Did you doctor, find out beforehand? If not, why not? Or did you find out afterwards? And if father did, as I strongly suspect, commemorate BXVI, was that an act of schism on your part?

Please know Dr. Marshall, this isn't so much to attack you as it is to get the word out to your followers who you may have scandalized in your infamous tweet earlier this year. A public error requires a public apology.

And Fr. Nix, I ask you, if Dr. Marshall refuses to answer, might it be your duty to clear this up? I certainly do not wish to be blocked by you....but since you and the doctor frequently put podcasts out in public, it causes Catholics such as myself to wonder what to believe in this current papal crisis.

Personally, I don't believe the BiP's can be aligned with Catholics who condemn our position. Certainly we can be friendly with those who are still fearful of our position, but not with those who mock and ridcule.

St. Michael the Archangel, pray for us.

Virgin of Revelation, protect us.

AveMarua said…
Why is there any mention of Steve Skojec? He is an ill-informed blogger whose posts are largely painfully absurd. He should not be brought in to any serious conversation on any matter related to the Catholic Church.

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