Saturday, September 07, 2019

TnT Guest Co-Host Fr. Nix: "Bishop Gracida... is a Great Hero... for Questioning Valid Resignation of Pope Benedict... at least one other Cardinal... Questioning this, too."

Frequent guest co-host on Dr. Taylor Marshall's YouTube TnT show Fr. David Nix stated:

"Bishop Gracida of Texas is a great hero of mine for publicly questioning the valid resignation of Pope Benedict. I know for a fact that at least one other Cardinal in the world is questioning this, too."
(PadrePeregrino.org, "Courage over Consequentialism in the Hierarchy," March, 3, 2019)

Pray an Our Father now that that cardinal receive the grace of courage to join Bishop René Gracida in calling for an cardinal investigation into the Pope Benedict resignation and the Francis conclave.

4 comments:

Therese said...

The Cardinals must do what they can (I am praying for this intention--their salvation depends upon this), but the war itself will be won at the parish and diocesan level only by lay Catholics, and it must be ordinary men--the married and the unattached--who lead the way. The hour of celebrity Catholicism is thankfully past; the Church must be attached to the Lord alone.

Fr. VF said...

Link?

Fr. VF said...

Will Fr. Nix ever be a guest on TnT again? Taylor Marshall has never retracted his statement that those who doubt Benedict's resignation commit "the mortal sin of schism" every time they attend a Mass at which Bergoglio is named in the Canon.

Therese said...

"Link?"

Father, please pardon the delay in replying. I don't wish to dismiss the powerful witness of our saintly priests; they offer the eternal sacrifice and lead the way. I am thinking rather of Fr. Hardon's famous remark, that only heroic families will survive this trial. We will ALL be tested.

This coming weekend laity in my diocese are gathering to pray. Our priests are so seized by fear they do not speak up; we are praying that they receive courage and that our diocese will be purified of evil. May God help us. Please keep us in your intentions.