The seemingly non-stop insults to Tradition coming from Pope Francis have led to much discussion regarding the possibility of deposing a sitting pope and, in this case, whether or not Benedict XVI's resignation was valid. Below are two videos. The first is a discussion between Taylor Marshall and Eric Sammons regarding the possibility of deposing a pope. As you listen, pay close attention at the 6:04 mark, when Sammons says, "there's only been one pope at a time; never has there been a case of two popes at a time."
That dovetails into Ann Barnhardt's video, in which she makes a case, from canon law, that the "resignation" proffered by Pope Benedict XVI was invalid. That being the case, Benedict is still pope and Jorge Bergoglio never has been. These videos are long, but they are well worth the investment of time to consider. You may agree or disagree with what these individuals say, but they raise questions that all faithful Catholics must ponder for we are indeed living in treacherous times, and much of that treachery comes from Church leadership. Now the videos...
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