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Is Where Peter Is's Lewis "Proximate to Heresy" according to Vatican I Expert?

- Updated January 6, 2020

Mike Lewis of the Where Peter Is blog appears to believe that Francis's teaching allowing Communion for adulterers is infallible.

Lewis who is a Pachamama and Francis apologist apparently thinks Francis cannot fall into heresy because he is definitely pope and "ALL" his "statements... are infallible":

Here is what Vatican I expert Fr. Chad Ripperger, PhD, in his book "Magisterial Authority" says to Lewis who it appears is "proximate to heresy":

"[T]reat[ing] ALL papal statements as if they are infallible... is proximate to heresy because it rejects the precise formulation of the conditions of infallibility as laid out in by Vatican I... by essentially saying that the pope is infallible regardless of conditions."

"... Worse still, those who were to follow a pope who was in error in a non-infallible teaching which is taught contrary to something that is infallible is not, therefore, excused."
(Magisterial Authority, Pages 5-14)

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Church as well as for the Triumph of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

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Fr. VF said…
Lewis is a Mottramist. He has repeatedly explained that if the current Pope says not-A, while all previous popes have said A, then the current pope is right. And those who say he is wrong are haters.

Lewis has written that the primary error of those who reject Bergoglio's "magisterium" is that they think there is "some objective standard" by which anyone can judge that a "pope" [sic] is teaching error.

Of course, "Where Is Peter?" is a jejune, Soros-backed, pro-abortion farce, which is why no one ever quotes it.

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