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Offline CatholicInAmerica

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The time is now to make the switch to the SSPV, or SSPX Resistance. Enough is enough. It is imperative to have 100 percent valid sacraments in these end times. 


Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, Have Mercy on Us!
Jorge Bergoglio isn’t even a real priest.

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They're smart and are gradually boiling the frog.  It's probably why they didn't reach an agreement (or, rather, a working relationship) years and years ago.  They realized they would lose too many people.  So they do this a couple steps at a time, introduce Modernist thinking, and then the transition over happens naturally and without a big blowup.  They know what they're doing.


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Are SSPV sacraments 100% wiithout doubt?  I know Ladislaus said there were witnesses to the Mendez consecration, and I don't know a ton about it, but is that really a "100% without doubt" situation?  

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Are SSPV sacraments 100% wiithout doubt?  I know Ladislaus said there were witnesses to the Mendez consecration, and I don't know a ton about it, but is that really a "100% without doubt" situation?  
There is no positive doubt, thus it must be considered valid.

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There is no positive doubt, thus it must be considered valid.
I'm supicious on the grounds that apparently the consecration was done in 1993 but not announced till 1995?


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I'm supicious on the grounds that apparently the consecration was done in 1993 but not announced till 1995?
That doesn’t constitute a positive doubt. It may be peculiar, but not a positive doubt.

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That doesn’t constitute a positive doubt. It may be peculiar, but not a positive doubt.
What would be required for positive doubt?

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Are SSPV sacraments 100% wiithout doubt?  I know Ladislaus said there were witnesses to the Mendez consecration, and I don't know a ton about it, but is that really a "100% without doubt" situation?  
There are photographs and sworn statements. Go to St Pius V chapel .com for more info. 
Jorge Bergoglio isn’t even a real priest.


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There are no SSPV in Arizona or even near AZ 

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The CMRI are prevalent in AZ.  Wish they were also more out east by us... 

El Mirage:
Our Lady of the Sun Church 
Rev. Father Christopher Gronenthal (Email)
12546 W Peoria Ave
Ph: (623) 974-4133
El Mirage, AZ 85335
www.ourladyofthesun.com
Sunday Mass: 9 a.m.

Phoenix 
Queen of the Holy Rosary Traditional Catholic Church
Fr. Ephrem Cordova, CMRI (Email)
2533 West Myrtle Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85051
Phone:(602) 244-8765
Fax: (602) 267-0813
Sunday Mass: 9:00 a.m.
Weekday Masses (Tue.-Sat.): 11:30 a.m.
Confessions: 8:00 a.m. on Sunday; 11:00 a.m. Tue.-Sat.
Rosary: 8:25 a.m. every Sunday before Mass

Tucson
Infant of Prague Mission
Fr. Ephrem Cordova, CMRI (Email)
Junior League of Tucson, 2099 E. River Rd.
Call (602) 244-5765.
Sunday Mass: 5:00 p.m.
Confessions: 4:15 p.m. on Sunday or by appointment
Rosary: 4:30 p.m. every Sunday before Mass

Snowflake:
St. Philomena Mission
Fr. Christopher Gronenthal
Mass every other month.
Call (928) 536-2915 for information.


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Here's a monthly-updated list of all latin masses for the entire US.  They do a great job with this:

www.traditio.com


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What would be required for positive doubt?
There must be actual proof or reliable testimony that something invalidating occurred. It can’t be something that you think may have happened, that would be a negative doubt. For example, if a credible person who was there, at the consecration, testified that the proper matter or form was not used, that would be a positive doubt. If someone conjectures that the bishop must be crazy for doing a certain consecration, that is a negative doubt.

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There must be actual proof or reliable testimony that something invalidating occurred. It can’t be something that you think may have happened, that would be a negative doubt. For example, if a credible person who was there, at the consecration, testified that the proper matter or form was not used, that would be a positive doubt. If someone conjectures that the bishop must be crazy for doing a certain consecration, that is a negative doubt.

What you wrote is correct, provided the rite is performed lawfully and publicly, but the principle does not apply in the case of an illicit and secret consecration.

There are many reasons to question the validity of the Thuc consecrations.  Here is an interesting article written by Fr. Cekada on the subject.   https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ZJwJkybg61akQum--MJVx9eYozHX2wFv/view  

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What you wrote is correct, provided the rite is performed lawfully and publicly, but the principle does not apply in the case of an illicit and secret consecration.

There are many reasons to question the validity of the Thuc consecrations.  Here is an interesting article written by Fr. Cekada on the subject.   https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ZJwJkybg61akQum--MJVx9eYozHX2wFv/view  
Not true. I’m sure you know that Fr. Cekada refuted his own paper?

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Does anyone know where to go anymore to hear the hard truths of our faith without them being avoided or watered down so as not to offend?

 

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