Official SSPX position on canonisations?
(04-28-2014, 02:41 AM)bkovacs Wrote:
(04-28-2014, 02:30 AM)puppy99 Wrote: That's funny.  What if I think Archbishop Lefebvre is a saint?

So, can a saint excommunicate another saint? Dose it ever happen in the church's history?

True, but we all know that Archbishop Lefebvre, as well as Benedict XVI (when he reposes), will never be cannonized as saints. Even if 20 people declare miracles, by both of them. Sainthood does involve a bit of politics as well. And anything that threatens the agenda of the mainstream Catholic bishops, will be null and void. 

Maybe one day. This crisis won't last for ever. Our Lady promised. So who knows, there might be a Saint Marcel. Other saints have been excommunicated. He wouldn't be the first.

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Re: Official SSPX position on canonisations? - by Miles Immaculatae - 04-28-2014, 03:05 AM

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