was for nearly three decades at Lancing College; where he taught Latin and Greek language and literature, was Head of Theology, and Assistant Chaplain. He has served three curacies, been a Parish Priest, and Senior Research Fellow at Pusey House in Oxford. Since 2011, he has been in full communion with the See of S Peter. The opinions expressed on this Blog are not asserted as being those of the Magisterium of the Church, but as the writer's opinions as a private individual. Nevertheless, the writer strives, hopes, and prays that the views he expresses are conformable with and supportive of the Magisterium. In this blog, the letters PF stand for Pope Francis. On this blog, 'Argumentum ad hominem' refers solely to the Lockean definition, Pressing a man with the consequences of his own concessions'.
What happens when such a Pope makes an ex-cathedra pronouncement, that is clearly a break with very longstanding tradition and clearly unable to be demonstrated to be authentic development, unless one is under the influence of hallucinogenic sunstances?
Did The Cardinal suggest what should be done when the Pope makes his private heresy public, but short of ex cathedra, such as "authentic Magisterium" published in the AAS?
Who is that? Hercules Cardinal Poirot?
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