Declaration of an excommunication upon Pope Benedict XVI and John Paul IIPost date: 2011-05-01
Declaration of an excommunication upon
Pope Benedict XVI and John Paul II
The Byzantine Catholic Patriarchate by authority of the apostolic and prophetic office in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ obliges before God all Catholics in conscience and promulgates:
1) Beatification of the deceased Pope John Paul II is invalid.
2) The deceased Pope John Paul II (Gal 1:8-9) excommunicated himself from the Church of Christ. The reason was his apostatical gesture in Assisi by which he opened the Church to the spirit of antichrist.
3) By beatification of the spirit of Assisi – the spirit of antichrist – Pope Benedict XVI likewise excommunicated himself from the Church of Christ.
The consequences of the papal apostasy:
As from 1st May 2011, the Church is in a sedes vacantis state.
Every priest is now obliged to dissociate himself from the spirit of Assisi before the faithful. He must no longer mention the name of the apostate Benedict XVI or of the apostate bishop in the Liturgy. If he remains in unity with the spirit of apostasy, then, as an apostate, he celebrates the Liturgy invalidly.
The Byzantine Catholic Patriarchate is now commissioned by God to protect the orthodox doctrine of the Catholic Church, including the Latin Church. Only after an orthodox Catholic hierarchy and an orthodox successor to the Papacy is elected, will the Patriarchate be relieved of this God-given duty.
Christ is risen! He is risen indeed!
+ Methodius OSBMr + Timothy OSBMr
Secretaries of the Byzantine Catholic Patriarchate
Lvov - Ukraine, 1 May 2011
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