The Illegitimate Pope: Election of Jorge Bergoglio as Pope Francis was contaminated by lobbying in violation of papal laws

In 1996, then Pope John Paul II (now St. John Paul II) promulgated papal constitution Universi Dominici Gregis forbidding the canvassing or lobbying for votes by the cardinal electors in the selection of pope. Violators would be automatically excommunicated, i.e. immediately imposed, without necessity of declaration. (The Latin expression for “automatic” is latae sententiae, which means “incurred as soon as the offence is committed”.) The result of the election would be “null and void.”

St. John Paul II

St. John Paul II

Universi Dominici Gregis, which means “the Lord’s whole flock” in English, is an Apostolic Constitution of the Catholic Church issued by Pope John Paul II on February 22, 1996. It supersedes all previous apostolic constitutions and orders on the subject of the election of the Roman Pontiff.

Universi Dominici Gregis begins:

The Shepherd of the Lord’s whole flock is the Bishop of the Church of Rome, where the Blessed Apostle Peter, by sovereign disposition of divine Providence, offered to Christ the supreme witness of martyrdom by the shedding of his blood. It is therefore understandable that the lawful apostolic succession in this See . . . has always been the object of particular attention.

Precisely for this reason, down the centuries the Supreme Pontiffs have deemed it their special duty, as well as their specific right, to establish fitting norms to regulate the orderly election of their Successor . . . .

While it is indeed a doctrine of faith that the power of the Supreme Pontiff derives directly from Christ, whose earthly Vicar he is,8 it is also certain that this supreme power in the Church is granted to him “by means of lawful election accepted by him, together with episcopal consecration”.9 A most serious duty is thus incumbent upon the body responsible for this election. Consequently the norms which regulate its activity need to be very precise and clear, so that the election itself will take place in a most worthy manner . . . .

[T]he College of electors of the Supreme Pontiff is composed solely of the Cardinals of Holy Roman Church . . . whose members come from every continent.

Universi Dominici Gregis then specifies, among other laws, that:

  • The cardinal electors are to vote by secret ballot (Universi Dominici Gregis II:10).
  • Anyone who commits the crime of simony — the buying and selling of church offices and votes — will be automatically excommunicated (Universi Dominici Gregis VI:78).
  • Cardinal electors who attempt to influence (lobby) or are influenced (lobbied) in the election of the pope will be automatically excommunicated (Universi Dominici Gregis VI:80-83).

Here are Universi Dominici Gregis laws 80-83:

80. In the same way, I wish to confirm the provisions made by my Predecessors for the purpose of excluding any external interference in the election of the Supreme Pontiff. Therefore, in virtue of holy obedience and under pain of excommunication latae sententiae, I again forbid each and every Cardinal elector, present and future, as also the Secretary of the College of Cardinals and all other persons taking part in the preparation and carrying out of everything necessary for the election, to accept under any pretext whatsoever, from any civil authority whatsoever, the task of proposing the veto or the so-called exclusiva, even under the guise of a simple desire, or to reveal such either to the entire electoral body assembled together or to individual electors, in writing or by word of mouth, either directly and personally or indirectly and through others, both before the election begins and for its duration. I intend this prohibition to include all possible forms of interference, opposition and suggestion whereby secular authorities of whatever order and degree, or any individual or group, might attempt to exercise influence on the election of the Pope.

81. The Cardinal electors shall further abstain from any form of pact, agreement, promise or other commitment of any kind which could oblige them to give or deny their vote to a person or persons. If this were in fact done, even under oath, I decree that such a commitment shall be null and void and that no one shall be bound to observe it; and I hereby impose the penalty of excommunication latae sententiae upon those who violate this prohibition. It is not my intention however to forbid, during the period in which the See is vacant, the exchange of views concerning the election.

82. I likewise forbid the Cardinals before the election to enter into any stipulations, committing themselves of common accord to a certain course of action should one of them be elevated to the Pontificate. These promises too, should any in fact be made, even under oath, I also declare null and void.

83. With the same insistence shown by my Predecessors, I earnestly exhort the Cardinal electors not to allow themselves to be guided, in choosing the Pope, by friendship or aversion, or to be influenced by favour or personal relationships towards anyone, or to be constrained by the interference of persons in authority or by pressure groups, by the suggestions of the mass media, or by force, fear or the pursuit of popularity. Rather, having before their eyes solely the glory of God and the good of the Church, and having prayed for divine assistance, they shall give their vote to the person, even outside the College of Cardinals, who in their judgment is most suited to govern the universal Church in a fruitful and beneficial way.

Bro. Alexis Bugnolo of the blog, From Rome, writes:

Note that since the Papal law is wide in what it forbids, not only is it a crime to promise a vote, it is a crime to join in a conspiracy to canvass for such votes, since this is tantamount to promising to vote for one candidate and not vote for other candidates. However, note that the papal law only penalizes voting Cardinals.  Cardinals too old to vote, are not thus penalized, though they are collaborating in the solicitation of votes.


The Papal election of 2005 that selected Pope Benedict XVI was the first papal election to be held under John Paul II’s Universi Dominici Gregis. Benedict XVI made three changes to Universi Dominici Gregis:

  1. Reinstating the traditional two-thirds vote required to elect a new Pope regardless of the number of ballots it takes;
  2. Allowing the College of Cardinals the possibility to bring forward the start of the conclave once all cardinals are present, or push the beginning of the election back by a few days should there be serious reasons;
  3. Automatic excommunication of any non-cardinal who broke the absolute oath of secrecy of the College of Cardinals during the proceedings to select the new leader of the Catholic Church.

In other words, Pope Benedict XVI kept intact Universi Dominici Gregis‘s papal laws 80-83, including law 81 that explicitly forbids the cardinal electors from lobbying each other on behalf of a candidate.

But the cardinal electors who voted Argentinian cardinal Jorge Bergoglio as pope did exactly that — they lobbied fellow cardinals and were influenced by the lobbying, in violation of Papal Law 81.

What follows are three pieces of evidence in support of this assertion.

The Advocate's Pope Francis cover

To begin, in an article for The Wall Street Journal, titled “Fifteen Days in Rome: How the Pope was Picked,” Aug. 6, 2013, Stacy Meichtry and Alessandra Galloni wrote that although Bergoglio had some support in 2005, he was “definitely a dark-horse candidate” in 2013:

Veteran cardinals who had cast ballots for Cardinal Bergoglio in 2005 saw a chance to float his candidacy again. His earliest supporters—a coalition of cardinals from Latin America, as well as Africa and Europe—viewed him as a consummate outsider. […] The challenge was getting Cardinal Bergoglio the 77 votes he needed, representing two-thirds of the conclave, to become pope.

Exhibit #1: Testimony of Cardinal Elector Theordore McCarrick

Theodore McCarrick, retired archbishop of Washington, D.C., was one of the cardinals in the Papal Conclave that elected Bergoglio. On October 11, 2013, during a speech given at Villanova University, McCarrick said that he was lobbied to support Bergoglio whom he (McCarrick) and other cardinals had not even considered before.

Beginning at the 18:20 mark in the video below, Cardinal McCarrick said that before the cardinal electors “went into the general conversations, he was approached by “a very interesting and influential Italian gentleman.” The man then came to the seminary where McCarrick was staying in Rome. Then, this “very brilliant man, very influential man in Rome” said, “What about Bergoglio? Does he have a chance?” McCarrick said he was surprised at the question, and replied, “I don’t think so because no one’s mentioned his name.” The man said, referring to Bergoglio, “He could do it, you know, reform the church,” and spoke about how Bergoglio had reformed the church in Argentina in just five years. McCarrick confessed, “That was the first time I’d heard there were people who thought Bergoglio was a possibility in this election.”

At the general congregation of the cardinal electors, McCarrick spoke for five minutes, in which he told his fellow electors that he hoped that whoever was elected pope would be someone who, if not himself a Latin American, would “have a very strong interest in Latin America because half the Church is there . . . that’s where the people are.”

Exhibit #2: Testimony of Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor

As reported by the Catholic Herald on Sept. 12, 2013, former Cardinal of Westminster Cormac Murphy-O’Connor, who was not an elector but is rumored to be the leader of “Team Bergoglio,” admitted that Bergoglio knew that he was being put forth as a candidate prior to the initiation of the Papal Conclave, and that Murphy-O’Connor was his lobbyist:

Murphy-O’Connor said: “All the cardinals had a meeting with him [Pope Francis] in the Hall of Benedictions, two days after his election. We all went up one by one. He greeted me very warmly. He said something like: ‘It’s your fault. What have you done to me?’ […]

The cardinal also disclosed that he had spoken to the future Pope as they left the Missa pro Eligendo Romano Pontifice, the final Mass before the conclave began on March 12.

Cardinal Murphy-O’Connor said: “We talked a little bit. I told him he had my prayers and said, in Italian: ‘Be careful.’ I was hinting, and he realised and said: ‘Si – capisco’ – yes, I understand. He was calm. He was aware that he was probably going to be a candidate going in. Did I know he was going to be Pope? No. There were other good candidates. But I knew he would be one of the leading ones.”

Exhibit #3: What The Great Reformer book says

In the recently-published book The Great Reformer: Francis and the Making of a Radical Pope, author Dr. Austen Ivereigh writes (the following quotes from Chapter 9, pp. 349-367, of The Great Reformer are from Bro. Bugnolo’s blog post):

Page 355: “They had learned their lesson from 2005” – referring to Team Bergoglio learning from their failed attempt to get Bergoglio elected pope in 2005.

P. 355: “They first secured his [Bergoglio’s] assent. Asked if he was willing, he said that he believed that at this time of crisis for the Church no cardinal could refuse if asked.” Bro. Bugnolo maintains that “such a statement is morally equivalent to a sign of will giving consent, and in the context of a proposal to launch a campaign, it is also morally equivalent to a pact. This is an excommunicatable offense given the context of the offer of a campaign. A conscientious man, observant of the law of the conclave, would have added a sign that he repudiated an organized campaign, if only out of charity for the campaigners, who would thereby fall foul of the papal law.”

P. 355: “Then they got to work touring the cardinals’ dinners to promote their man…” 

P. 355: “… Their objective was to secure at least twenty-five votes for Bergoglio on the first ballot.  An ancient Italian cardinal kept the tally of how many votes they could rely on before the conclave started.” Bro. Bugnolo writes that this is a violation of Universi Domenici Gregis law #81 “without any wiggle-room, because you cannot tally votes, unless votes have been promised, and if they are promised, then the ones asking have sought them, and both parties have entered into some kind of obligation or pact or agreement to vote for a particular candidate in the first ballot, while not voting for all other candidates.”

P. 355: “The Spanish cardinal Santos Abril y Castello, archpriest of St. Mary Major in Rome and a former nuncio in Latin America, was vigorous in canvassing on Bergoglio’s behalf among the Iberian Iberian bloc.” 

Ivereigh then names other cardinal collaborators in the conspiracy:  Cardinal Christoph Schonborn of Vienna, Cardinal André Vingt-Trois of Paris, Cardinal Laurent Monsengwo Pasinya of Kinshasa, and U.S. Cardinal Sean O’Malley.

Pp. 356-357: “For this reason, and because the organizers of his campaign stayed carefully below the radar, the Bergoglio bandwagon that began to roll during the week of the congregations went undetected by the media, and to this day most vaticanisti believe there was no organized pre-conclave effort to get Bergoglio elected.”

In footnote 10, Dr. Ivereigh delivers the final confirmation of a conspiracy to elect Jorge Bergoglio to be Pope Francis:

In his Francis: Pope of a New Word (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 2013), ch. 3, the leading Vatican commentator Andrea Tornielli says that there were no “campaigns organized in advance” of the conclave for Bergoglio.  There was one.

Assuming that the above three accounts (Exhibits 1-3) are true, then Pope Francis is an illegitimate pope, which means he and his co-conspirators should be automatically excommunicated and all his acts as pope “null and void.”

To sign an international petition asking the Catholic Church’s College of Cardinals to investigate whether the election of Jorge Bergoglio as pope was in violation of Papal Law No. 81, click here.

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45 responses to “The Illegitimate Pope: Election of Jorge Bergoglio as Pope Francis was contaminated by lobbying in violation of papal laws

  1. This is exactly the information I was seeking. I wondered how an obscure individual somehow became the Pope–now I understand. You have done a most excellent job in bringing together this information. Thank you Dr. Eowyn.

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    • Benedict was threatened with death by masonic cardinals in 2012 if he did not appoint 20 Italian priests as Cardinals and then resign. He did both resigning 2/28/13. Francis is last prophet and is the False Prophet in Rev 16, 19, 20 chapters and will be thrown into “Lake of Fire” by Christ.

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    • Francis eats lunch daily with Msgr Ricci, a flaming feminine homosexual!

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    • May I recommend everyone truly interested in learning the truth delve deeply into the Conclave of 1958. From state department documents, newsreel footage, news reports, eyewitness testimony and various other sources it becomes very clear that the TRUE Catholic Church was, to quote Our Lady of LaSallette, “eclipsed” and pushed into the “catacombs.”

      New Ecumenism
      New Sacraments
      New Language
      New Theology
      New Rosary
      New Mass

      This happened because VERY FEW have taken the time to learn what the Catholic Church has taught for almost 2000.

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  2. Pope Frankenstein, the BLACK POPE (of the anti-Christ) is illegitimate? Who would have guesses?

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  3. When it comes to elections, progressive left/liberals are all alike.

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  4. All right, Bergoglio is a false Pope, or an impostor Pope, or really not a Pope at all. At this point, what can be done about it? And how can the Faithful resist his works, especially his upcoming efforts to grant Communion to divorced-and-remarried people?
    And who else, if anyone, interfered and helped to attain his Election?
    And if a woman who has had an abortion and is truly contrite for it, in good faith, goes and obtains absolution from a priest as per Bergoglio’s latest instruction, is that absolution valid?
    This Pope, whoever he is, has a habit of opening cans of worms wherever he goes and in whatever he says.

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    • Francis is the False Prophet listed in Rev ch 19. He will destroy Catholic Church with Freemasons and Homosexual priests.

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    • At this point, what can be done about it?

      Lay Catholics can do little, but we can be informed and inform other Catholics, including priests, bishops, & archbishops, to whom we should convey that we will withhold our donations until something is done to (1) investigate whether lobbying and being lobbied took place during the last Papal Conclave in violation of Papal Law #81; and if so, (2) remove Jorge Bergoglio from the papacy.


  5. Odd, isn’t it, that the previous Pope is still around? I read an article recently about a conservative backlash brewing. I wonder how aware they are of the types of evidence you’ve compiled here. Cardinal Burke, surely is. It strikes me that the current Pope has said several times that he doesn’t expect to be Pope for very long. Excellent article. I didn’t know about the proscription against lobbying.

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  6. Once again I applaud & appreciate Eo’s incomparable sleuthing, which I’ve only been able to do when insiders revealed what they had known for either long enough, or too long.

    As Steven points out above, the deed is done, so the question now is ‘What can be done about it?’ But I wonder if we need do anything but maintain faith and works, for, as the truth outs, will not the Truth act to correct the situation?

    For us to push our agenda[s] forward could be seen as prideful, as others would say we cannot be the sole possessors of truth, for they have their truth[s] to promote just as fiercely. I recall the turbulent history of Europe in “The Time of the Two Popes”. Surely we don’t want that revisited upon us?

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    • josephbc69, I agree with your compliment concerning Dr. Eowyn’s incomparable sleuthing. She is a wonderful scholar and we should be most thankful for her. I also appreciate your thoughts that you have set out so graciously and carefully.

      My first thought after reading this post was that there must have been previous perceived violations that motivated the drafting of the Papal Constitution, the Universi Dominici Gregis, by St. John Paul II, then Pope John Paul II.

      My next analysis is that clear and specific evidence by way of specific names and dates of the Cardinals involved, what was said, and so forth, in the alleged campaigning for Bergoglio, is necessary, and a thorough and fair investigation take place in this matter as provided by the Constitution or any other relevant canon law.

      As to #81, I find Pope John Paul II’s comment noteworthy: “It is not my intention however to forbid, during the period in which the See is vacant, the exchange of views concerning the election.” I wonder what kind of discussion is allowed, notwithstanding any violation of the Papal Constitution.

      In my gut, I have always doubted whether or not Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI resigned only because of his health. It has never sat well with me and I trust my gut that there were other important reasons we no longer have Pope Benedict XVI in the papacy.

      I have read all of the anti-Catholic rhetoric set forth in the discussion of some of the commenters to this post, which I find offensive, stupid and irrelevant as to what this post is about. It never ceases to amaze me the hatred in this regard.

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      • clear and specific evidence by way of specific names and dates of the Cardinals involved, what was said, and so forth, in the alleged campaigning for Bergoglio, is necessary, and a thorough and fair investigation take place in this matter as provided by the Constitution or any other relevant canon law.


        Thank you for your analysis, Joan. It’s superb.


        • If this is done, only good can come from such an investigation if it is within the appropriate guidelines and provisions of applicable canon and/or Church law, done fairly without bias and any axes to grind, asking for the guidance of the Holy Trinity.

          In the meantime, as a lay person, I can pray to Our Lord that He continue to guide the Catholic Church, instruct it and help it in every way. He will know what to do.

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      • Dear Joan,
        I read your trenchant comments twice, as there was so much to consider. And I’m VERY pleased by your final paragraph, as many times I refrain from retaliating to trolls, in an effort to not lower myself to their pit.

        Like you, I find them “offensive, stupid and irrelevant as to what this post is about. It never ceases to amaze me the hatred in this regard.” Points well-taken and well-stated!


  7. Anti-Christ born in 1977 will claim to be Jesus Christ and perform magic miracles. He will be very good looking and fool entire world. He will kill like ISIS does. He will work with False Prophet Francis.


  8. Do you actually believe that drivel?


    • To which “drivel” are you referring? My post?


      • Dr. Eowyn,
        The “drivel” being referred to was the post just above it, from Platnumtruth. I get a bit crusty when wide eyed fantasy sorts play fast and lose with the truth simply because it doesn’t fit their narrative.

        I’ve lurked and posted several times on this site and have been very vocal in my defense of the TRUE Catholic Church.

        From the papal document Cum Apostolatus Officio, by Pope Paul IV, on February 15, 1559, during the years of the Council of Trent:

        “6. … if ever at any time it shall appear that any… Roman Pontiff, has deviated from the Catholic Faith or fallen into some heresy… the promotion or elevation, even if it shall have been uncontested and by the unanimous assent of all the Cardinals, shall be null, void and worthless… those thus promoted or elevated shall be deprived automatically, and without need for any further declaration, of all dignity, position, honor, title, authority, office and power.

        “7. Finally, [by this Our Constitution, which is to remain valid in perpetuity], We also… decree: that any and all persons who would have been subject to those thus promoted or elevated if they had not previously deviated from the Faith, become heretics, incurred schism or provoked or committed any or all of these… shall be permitted at any time to withdraw with impunity from obedience and devotion to those thus promoted or elevated and to avoid them as warlocks, heathens, publicans, and heresiarchs (the same subject persons, nevertheless, remaining bound by the duty of fidelity and obedience to any future… Roman Pontiff canonically entering).”

        Francis “Who Am I To Judge” Bergolio cannot be a true pope because
        1.) he was not validly ordained a priest
        2.) he’s a communist
        3.) he’s a pagan
        4.) he’s a putz (ok, this one is just my opinion)


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        • Phew! Thanks, Jo, for the clarification! 😀


          • Victoria,
            Christ started ONE, and only one, Church. The Catholic Church. If that hurts your feeling, I’m tremendously sorry you’ve been lied to all of these years.

            When you post “drivel” about Christ and the Church He founded, you DAMN WELL better be able to hold your ground and recheck your facts. I do not ask for, nor seek, your forgiveness for my statement.

            Your previous post offered so called “PROOF” by way of a book entitled “A History of the Christian Councils from the Original Documents to the Close of the Council of Nicæa, A.D. 325”, which you may have read but clearly didn’t comprehend (or you’d have NEVER mentioned it). The Council of Nicæa was a CATHOLIC Council attended by CATHOLICS, and ONLY Catholics.

            Do you know why…? Because your “church” didn’t toddle onto the stage until some 1300 YEARS later.

            I would be happy to further this discussion with you any time you’d like. I will provide a contact phone number or email address for your convenience.


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        • Where do you find your “truth”? Luther?


        • Jo.Do you have a source that Jorge Bergolio was not validly ordained a Priest?

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          • Good evening Bernie,

            In his famous Bull, Apostolicae Curae, Sept. 13, 1896, Pope Leo XIII declared that Anglican Ordinations are invalid. Thereby professing that the Anglican sect doesn’t have valid priests or bishops:

            “… of Our own motion and certain knowledge We pronounce and declare that Ordinations carried out according to the Anglican rite have been and are absolutely null and utterly void.”

            I’m sure you’re wondering why I mention Anglican Ordinations. In 1968, Paul VI implemented MAJOR changes to the sacerdotium (sacrificing priesthood) adopting the Anglican Ordinal rite.

            Francis was ordained in 1969, under this rite.

            According to the traditional ordination rite of the priest the Bishop instructs him that his function is “to offer sacrifice, to bless, to guide, to preach and to baptize.” In the post-Conciliar Church this instruction has been deleted, and he is consecrated to “celebrate” the liturgy which of course means the Novus Ordo Missae.

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  9. Sheesh, where did they find this dope?


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  10. A number of my dearest Roman Catholic brothers and sisters are extremely troubled about this pope, and the historic and prophetic implications of his election.

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  11. Platinumtruth, I am struggling to understand what you are inferring. Perhaps it is I that am being confusing so I will clarify. Jesus Christ establish the Catholic Church in the year 33. It was and IS the ONLY true Church. That said, what has been VISIBLE in the world, and lays claim to the name “catholic”, is NOT and has NOT been since the death of Pope Pius XII.

    The TRUE Catholic Church CANNOT ERR nor deviate from her teachings…

    As a side note, I have read the aforementioned book.

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  12. To Victoria & Jo,

    Please take your dispute to email. I will give your respective email addresses to each other, with your permission.

    Your dispute has nothing to do with this post. All further comments from you will be deleted.

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  13. Reblogged this on ionwhite and commented:
    I will defend the TRUE Catholic Church, the Church established by Christ and Peter. I refuse to defend this Pope, I will, in fact, make all effort to defend my Church from his decrees, papal bulls, etc because they are determinations to destroy the Church from within. Francis “Who Am I To Judge” Bergolio cannot be a true pope because
    1.) he was not validly ordained a priest
    2.) he’s a communist
    From the papal document Cum Apostolatus Officio, by Pope Paul IV, on February 15, 1559, during the years of the Council of Trent:
    “6. … if ever at any time it shall appear that any… Roman Pontiff, has deviated from the Catholic Faith or fallen into some heresy… the promotion or elevation, even if it shall have been uncontested and by the unanimous assent of all the Cardinals, shall be null, void and worthless… those thus promoted or elevated shall be deprived automatically, and without need for any further declaration, of all dignity, position, honor, title, authority, office and power.

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  14. . . . forbidding the canvassing or lobbying for votes by the cardinal electors in the selection of pope.

    None of the examples listed involve lobbying by any of “the cardinal electors.” DUH!


  15. A black African Archbishop was considered to be elected as POPE.

    Instead, through “lobbying” = against Canon Law, Jorge Bergoglio was elected Pope.


  16. Dr. Eowyn-Way up near the top of these postings, Steven Broiles spoke partial truth when he said Pius XII was “last good Pope”. And I’ve only discovered this within the past couple of months- -factually Pope Pius XII was the LAST “legitimate” Pope. Upon his death, in 1958, Cardinal Siri, of Genoa was elected the new Pope and chose the name Pope Gregory XVII. He was, immediately, forced to resign under threat of death. The “red influence” had already slithered its way into the papal enclave, so, every Pope since Pius XII, are/were impostors! If anyone cares to check further, simply type “Cardinal Guiseppe Siri of Genoa” in your search bar; there are several reference links, so spend some time and do some reading. I could add a lot more, but it’s very late, I’m tired. I’m also an “old school” Catholic and dislike even writing about it but, it’s out there and we have to deal with it!


  17. Excellent work. Thank you. More to this story as well…
    Cardinal Confesses to ‘Mafia’ Club Against Pope Benedict XVI and for Jorge Bergoglio (‘Pope Francis’) – In brief: At the launch of his new authorized biography Cardinal Danneels confessed to being part of a secret club of cardinals, a radical “mafia” reformist group opposed to Pope Benedict XVI. He called it a “mafia” club that bore the name of St. Gallen. The group wanted a drastic reform of the Church, to make it “much more modern”, and for Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio (now Pope Francis) to head it.

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  18. Recent messages from Jesus explaining how the church will split , the false prophet and his minions basically hijack the Vatican and name of the church, and those who refuse to follow the errors will be excommunicated and form the Remnant …which will really represent the true Catholic church , but they will be persecuted, scorned, mocked, scourged and attacked for remaining loyal to the Truth…the true doctrines and teachings of the Catholic church. See the messages here ….


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