To: Mrs. Don-o
If the pope is the final authority, the final appeal, IS there any canonical way to convict the pope himself of canonical heresy?
What if said pope's election was deemed invalid, per canon law regarding electioneering?
posted on 10/08/2019 6:57:42 PM PDT
by ebb tide
(We have a rogue curia in Rome)
To: ebb tide
Yes, I know +Rene Gracida and others see it that way. But even then, per canonical due process, there would have to be a trial, evidence, witnesses. In my opinion, that’s never going to happen.
And without due process, all you’ve got is opinions.
posted on 10/08/2019 7:33:54 PM PDT
by Mrs. Don-o
(Tell the truth and shame the Devil.)
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