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FULL INVESTIGATION: After Reviewing the Issue, Investigator says that A Full Investigation Will Be Needed.

In my phone conversation with the Investigator yesterday, we agreed that a full investigation will be needed in the "Sister Lucy" case.  This means that Facial Recognition and Biometrics testing, even using a variety of methodologies will not be enough to "crack" the case. Using 1959 as a possible date dividing the "old" images from the "new"images, he is employing the most advanced Facial Recognition technology and techniques ---- he says that his company's technique has proven to be .2% more accurate than that of the FBI --- available. These organizations employing these techniques are international. Also, an important American organization will be put onto the case --- whose name I am withholding for obvious reasons.

After the pictures are analyzed there will be an investigation into interviews, statements, etc. He said to me that if he finds that there has been a replacement of the original Sister Lucy, he will then focus on finding out…

From the "I thought you said He was not a Divine Being or Magician" file: How can God be Omnipotent and yet "not able to do everything" and "Not a divine being"???

"God is not a divine being or a magician, but the Creator who brought everything to life," the pope said. "Evolution in nature is not inconsistent with the notion of creation, because evolution requires the creation of beings that evolve."
"When we read about Creation In Genesis, we run the risk of imagining God was a magician, with a magic wand able to do everything. But that is not so," Francis said. The pope was addressing the plenary assembly of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, which gathered Monday at the Vatican to discuss "Evolving Concepts of Nature."Oct. 28, 2014

Heaven as a non-Place: Francis Denies Heaven. Ok, So Exactly WHY are We Supposed to Follow Francis, Again?

A Tiera for the Conciliar Church

Dr. Chojnowski: Having forgotten that the Lord's Prayer mentions Heaven TWICE, the second time being "Thy Kingdom Come ON EARTH AS IT IS IN HEAVEN," clearly identifying Heaven as a place as opposed to the place Earth, Francis in a new book --- no not "occult heresy," please --- speaks of "heaven" as if is merely identical with "omnipotence" an attribute of God but not relating much to the life of man, certainly not a final end towards which our lives our to be directed --- wait, because of God's "heaven" he can give us ice cream when we are in pain because there is no anesthesia, right?  This is a pure naturalism that certainly has nothing to do with the religion and faith that says that the most important aspect of existence is what happens after our physical death, when all the ice cream runs out. Notice how the article says that Francis …

Apostolica Sedes a nemine iudicatur: The Apostolic See [Pope] Can Be Judged By No One! Did the Fathers of the Church, Popes, Ecumenical Councils, and St. Robert Bellarmine, gives us the Logical and Doctrinal Tools to Understand the Current Crisis? No Couldn't Be. More from Fr. Kramer.

Guess what? You cannot judge a real pope. More from the final draft of the first volume of Heretic Pope?
“The fourth opinion, with Suarez, Cajetan and others, contends that a Pope is not automatically deposed even for manifest heresy, but that he can and must be deposed by at least a declaratory sentence of the crime. ‘Which opinion in my judgment is indefensible’, as Bellarmine teaches.      “Finally, there is the fifth opinion - that of Bellarmine himself - which was expressed initially and is rightly defended by Tanner and others as the best proven and the most common. For he who is no longer a member of the body of the Church, i.e. the Church as a visible society, cannot be the head of the Universal Church. But a Pope who fell into public heresy would cease by that very fact to be a member of the Church. Therefore he would also cease by that very fact to be the head of the Church
    “Indeed, a publicly heretical Pope, who, by the commandment of Christ and the Apostle must even be …

From the "Clear as the Summer Sun" File, Fr. Kramer presents the Catholic theology which Maintains the Catholic Church as the Pure Mystical Bride of Christ Rather than A Heretical and Heretically Led Whore of Babylon. Yes. It Matters.

Dr. Chojnowski: Here are some more critical quotations from Fr. Kramer's necessary book, Heretic Pope? How long are we going to be hair-splitting in order to avoid the obvious doctrinal and theological truths? Here are some more important citations from the new book: As can be seen from the above quoted text of St. Pius V's Catechism, heretics withdraw (descisco, desciscere, descivi, descitum - withdraw, leave, revolt from, desert defect), they leave the Church on their own, as opposed to the excommunicati, who are expelled by act of authority. By the act of heresy, i.e., by the sin of defecting from the Catholic faith by an external act of manifest formal heresy, the heretic, by that act of heresy suapte natura, i.e., by the effect that is intrinsic to the nature of the act of formal heresy, leaves the Church and ceases to be a member. It is not by the force of law in virtue of a latæ sententiæ excommunication, or in any manner by means of, or after any ecclesiastical judgment,…

The Hammer Destroys the Heretics: Fr. Kramer's Final Draft of His Expose of the Salzarian Attack on the Very Nature of the Catholic Church.

Here are some excerpts from Fr. Kramer's final Draft of Heretic Pope? Defection from the Faith and the Church - Faith, Heresy, and the Loss of Office - An Exposé of the Heresy of John Salza and Robert Siscoe Part I
Fr. Paul Kramer B.Ph., S.T.B., M.Div., S.T.L. (Cand.) SECTION ONE FAITH, HERESY and the LOSS OF OFFICE
The sin of Heresy per se, like apostasy and schism, has the intrinsic effect of separating the heretic from the Church by itself, without any ecclesiastical censure or judgment; and is distinguished from other sins which do not by their very nature, separate the sinner from the body of the Church; and who, therefore, for grave offenses can only be separated from the Church by a sentence of excommunication incurred or inflicted by legitimate ecclesiastical authority. This is the infallible teaching of the universal magisterium of the Church which must be believed de fide divina et Catholica under pain of heresy, as is proven and demonstrated below.

St. Pius V teaches in the…

"Resistance is the best term": Fr. Chazal Responds to My Attempt at Clarification. Full Correspondance Below.

Below is my correspondence with Fr. Chazal on the question of his stance on Sedeprivationism.

Dear Friends  Please. I just seek to clarify the theoretical situation to see where we all stand. I used the wrong term -- sedeplenist-- but the actual position that I asked Father to comment on was Sedeprivationism.He had been called a Sedeprivationist on Cathinfo and I wanted so see what he thought of that designation. I did point out on the blog that I made a mistake with the term . I will also put up Father's recent clarification and commentary.  Let me say that I very much admire Father for trying to follow the truth where ever it leads.  I just wonder if sedeimpoundism and Sedeprivationism is a distinction without a difference.  Yours Peter Chojnowski 
Dear Mr Chojnowski,
Perhaps some sede is trying to drown the fish in the water. 
As a sedeimpoundinvirtueofcanon2264ist the side discussion is interesting nevertheless. What they call sedeprivationism, the denial that heretics have a licit, …

Interview: Can A False Sister Lucy Be Proven Scientifically?: Can We Use Math For the Good of the Church?

The “In the Spirit of Chartres” Committee bringing you year twelve of...

Catholic Restoration Conference V  Featuring Dr. Peter Chojnowski Professor of Philosophy, Author, International Speaker
Can a False Sister Lucy Be Proven Scientifically? March 15th through April 15th, 2018

Guerard de Lauriers Call Your Office!: Fr. Chazal States that Sedeprivationism Accurately Explains the Situation in the Catholic Church. Says, "I don't care if they call me a sedevacantist for it." Says, "That's also the whole debate since 2012".

Here is my email exchange with Fr. Francois Chazal about the position that he articulates in his new upcoming book about Francis, the Papacy, and Fr. Anthony Cekada.

By sedeplenist [I meant to say sedeprivationist] I take it to mean that a man has been elected legitimately to the papacy but cannot exercise his power or take it on because of the obstacle of heresy. Would you say this applies to Francis or not?

Dr. Chojnowski: Fr. Chazal's kind response. And by the way, unlike the arch laymen of Misters Salza and Siscoe, has been a perfect gentleman in this entire back and forth. Here is his response.

Yes, in virtue of canon law. 2264.
That s also the basis for us using supplied jurisdiction (canon 209).
It has been our policy from day one, and the Archbishop was much criticised for it.
It is obvious that the Church does not want Catholics to place themselves under heretics, because they will inevitably drag them towards heresy, or at least compromise. That s also the whole …

Quark Ex Nihilo?: Stephen Hawking's Flight from God

Here is the article I wrote 6 years ago about the man who died today. He was on of the most notorious contemporary deniers of the existence of God. His book The Grand Design ended up by saying that, even though everything in the universe seems to be part of a Grand Design, there was NO Grand Designer. Go figure. But really how can you presume to make theological statements when you are simply dealing with "matter and energy in motion"? Maybe by the same presumption that has tax attorneys and real estate agents speaking about ecclesiology. May God have mercy on the soul of brilliant yet completely scandalous man. Quark Ex Nihilo?: Stephen Hawking’s Flight From God By: Dr. Peter Chojnowski The most incomprehensible thing about the universe is that it is comprehensible – Albert Einstein Even though he was scheduled to speak at the Global Atheist Convention in Melbourne, Australia in mid-April 2012, Richard Dawkins, one of the illuminati of the new British atheist movement, has been…

The Latest: From the "At Least They are In Communion with the Holy Father" file, Apostate Reporter from OZ Scandalized by "Priest" who Attended the Mardi Gras/Sodomite Rights Parade. Well at Least Some of this Congregation Might Attend the Pre-55 Holy Week!

My advice to the poor reporter who writes below and to all the congregations who are still hanging around what used to be a Catholic church: WALK AWAY! Find a Catholic Priest who actually believes in the Catholic Faith --- why do I even need to add that proviso? --- and never again darken the doors of the building until it is again taken over by a validly ordained priest saying the Mass of All Time. I remember as a teenager, I walked away from the church that I had received my "first communion" in when I saw that my "priest" was saying the "mass" with a jean-fabric stole on --- that was the straw that broke the camel's back and for the next 10 years I went to the Byzantine Rite. When I was writing my dissertation, in my mid-20s, I went back to attending a Novus Ordo church on Sunday. That experience ended when the "priest" began to attack the veracity of the Miracles of Our Lady at Lourdes --- I believe it was February 11th, 1992. The littl…

Was Opus Dei in Charge of a Sister Lucy Switch and the Falsification of the Fatima Message and the Third Secret? Will this Investigation Bring Down "St." Josemarie Escriva as well?

So many "Saints" involved in the Sister Lucy Mystery! "Saints" John XXIII, Paul VI, John Paul I, John Paul II, Josemarie Escriva. If they perpetrated a "Sister Lucy" fraud, how saintly can they be?

Here is the article, first in translation and then in the original, pointing to Opus Dei's central involvement in the "Sister Lucy Case."

Monsignor Escrivá, pilgrim of Fatima

Testimony of Bishop Alberto Cosme do Amaral, Bishop of Leiria. Chapter of "Así lo visto", a book that gathers testimonies about the Founder of Opus Dei.

October 23, 2008

On the occasion of the first anniversary of the death of Monsignor Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer, founder of Opus Dei, it is a great joy for me to highlight one of the many facets of his spirituality: devotion to Our Lady. He lived his love to the Virgin, love of love, with the depth of a theologian and the simplicity of a child.

Already before his ordination he perceived that the Lord was asking him …