... yet again to plug a collection of essays one of which is from myself! But, of course, I always succumb to the temptation to do this!
Are Canonizations INFALLIBLE? Revisiting a disputed question.
Arouca Press, edited by the admirable Professor Kwasniewski.
I know many readers have been worried by the spate of canonisations of 'Conciliar popes', seeing this process as politically motivated. This collection has sixteen pieces ... including one from Prospero Lambertini, Pope Benedict XIV. Their views are varied. But many of the contributions are from the stable which, as well as the Dubia, brought you the Filial Correction and the other recent documents which establish a theological case against this pontificate.
Not to be missed!
I am repeating this August post because I really do think that this is a very important book, at a time when PF has forced upon us nolentes volentes a duty of taking a long and careful and critical look at the magisterial claims he makes. This question of Canonisation is pretty central.