PG has made his vocal opinion very clear, namely: that he doesn't consider St. Thomas Aquinas or St. Louis de Montfort to be saints. This is not an acceptable position or belief for a Catholic in good standing.
As the CathInfo Rule #1 states: "In necessary things, unity."
The saints canonized before Vatican II are NOT open for debate, nor do they fall under Rule #2: "in doubtful things, liberty".
I've made it clear many times that CathInfo is a place for TRADITIONAL Catholics -- those who left their parishes sometime AFTER Vatican II's changes were implemented, with the aim of keeping the Faith, and adhering to pre-Vatican 2 practices, liturgy, morality, customs, etc.
CathInfo is not a place for Old Catholics, protestants, Orthodox or any other general malcontents, schismatics or heretics who HAPPEN to have a problem with the mainstream Conciliar Church but for a completely different reason!
Anyone who thinks the Church Crisis began at Vatican I (like the Old Catholics), 1000 or more years ago (like the Protestant heretics), etc. is not welcome here. To such demonically proud walking tragedies I say: Take your cocky "I'm the last Catholic" home-alone ___ out of here, and I don't really care if the door hits you on the way out!
Just because a person is (for example) involved in a family (internal) dispute with his mother about an inheritance, money, etc. doesn't mean he'd make common ground with people who called his mother a whore. He wouldn't stand for it.
It's simple, really. We Traditional Catholics never left the Church. The various heretics and schismatics, including the Old Catholics, *did leave*. No wonder we Traditional Catholics don't get along with the Church's various enemies, with their multitude of different heresies and refusal to submit to the One True Church.
Let's put it this way, with a sci-fi hypothetical:
If you woke up tomorrow and found yourself in 1950, but you still wouldn't submit to the Church's canonizations of various saints, various acts of the Magisterium, various dogmas, the authority of the Pope, etc. then you really have to leave CathInfo. This is a board for Traditional Catholics. Traditional Catholicism started in the 1960's, not before. (Before then, it was the same Faith of course, but we didn't need the "Traditional" adjective.)