The Blessing Urbi et Orbi by the Bishop Of Rome, this year, took the following (gracious, merciful and humble) form:
Benedictio Dei Omnipotentis, Patris, et Filius, et Spiritus Sanctus, descendat super vos et maneat semper.
Listen to it on Vatican TV if you don't believe me. And he had an enormous white book held open in front of him by some poor sweating flunkey.
For five years, PF's cronies have been assuring us that his every word and deed is by inspiration of the Holy Spirit. Is he now claiming the infallible and Magisterial right to change, not only the Catechism of the Catholic Church, not only Denziger, but even Kennedy's Latin Primer?
Or does this highly sophisticated form of blessing somehow mysteriously imply tritheism?
Does a public manifestation of Trinitarian heterodoxy mean that he has finally lost the munus Petrinum?
Father Ceckada will know. I'll ask him next time we get together for a pint and a giggle at the King's Arms.
Mormons are tritheists. Is PF a Mormon? Who are we to judge?
Episcopus nunc vocandus Civitatis prope Lacum Salinarum? Dierum Ultimorum Sanctus?
Scio bene quid vos omnes utpote qui curiosiores sitis cognoscere cupiatis: quot habet uxores?