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Canonizations and Sedevacantism
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What do sedevacantists think of all the saints who have been canonized by the conciliar anti-Popes, in particular, the question is referred to those who are considered to be "traditional" and good Catholics like Padre Pio who were canonized by JPII?

Is Padre Pio a saint or not?

Posted Jan 11, 2017, 7:16 pm
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What do sedevacantists think of all the saints who have been canonized by the conciliar anti-Popes, in particular, the question is referred to those who are considered to be "traditional" and good Catholics like Padre Pio who were canonized by JPII?

Is Padre Pio a saint or not?


Padre Pio was a saint long before his "canonization"
Mother Teresa doesn't get to heaven just because of her "canonization".

Posted Jan 11, 2017, 7:26 pm
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What do sedevacantists think of all the saints who have been canonized by the conciliar anti-Popes, in particular, the question is referred to those who are considered to be "traditional" and good Catholics like Padre Pio who were canonized by JPII?

Is Padre Pio a saint or not?


Padre Pio was a saint long before his "canonization"


And how do you know this? Who told you?

That is a subjective answer. Canonizations cannot be a matter of personal opinion.

Posted Jan 11, 2017, 7:35 pm
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