Wednesday, 30 January 2019

Fromthecardinalsdesk

The Pope is not infallible in habitu, only ex cathedra, despite what Francis and his toadies pretend.

From Fr Hunwicke's Mutual Enrichment

"The Pope is infallible in actu, not in habitu -- in his particular pronouncements ex cathedra, not in his state of illumination, as an Apostle might be."

Post Scriptum: I thank a friend for the information that Blessed John Henry's second miracle has been unanimously approved. Patent ianuae!!

I wonder if we shall hear more about plans for the Canonisation after the CBCEW post-Easter meetiing.

It would be jolly to get some fun this autumn.

Dottore subito ...

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