Francis’ Heresy Openly Discussed… By A Jesuit!
James V. Schall is an old darling of this little effort, and possibly one of three Jesuits left (but they might be seven, or eight…) who still believe in the Last Four Things.
The very same man has now published an article about heretical Popes.
The article seem to provide some – limited – answers to a question already appeared on this blog: who decides that the See is vacant, and how. But the article is not notable because of that.
The article is notable because a Jesuit registers and examines the accusations of heresy moved to the Pope, and the possible declaration of the Sea as vacant in future, as a possibility worthy of discussion; a fact of life; an issue of our times.
There are no anathemas, and no denunciation of the utter madness of Catholics who think they are more Catholic than the Pope. Instead, there is a photo of Francis The Clown, with obligatory red nose.
I invite you to read this article twice, and to carefully examine the subtext. This is an intelligent man, writing for intelligent and perceptive people. He knows how to send a message without being too overt. Intelligenti pauca.
Ah, if this Jesuit had been made Pope…!