Was Pope Benedict’s invalid resignation in error or on purpose? 30 points of light from Acosta through Cionci through Tosatti

Once you’ve examined the MOUNTAIN of evidence – written, spoken, visual, etc. – and come to the realization, with moral certainty, that Benedict is still pope, the question then becomes: Was the invalid act of resignation made unintentionally through Substantial Error, or was the resignation made invalid intentionally, with Benedict purposefully executing this act in order to expose the Deep Church, with a subsequent apostate antipope leading the antichurch completely out in the open. Estefania Acosta, in her 271 page book with fully annotated 257 footnotes, clearly favors the latter. Tosatti now disseminates Andrea Cionci’s own (somewhat clunky) English translation of his 30 point follow-on to the Acosta work. Blessed Sunday to all.


11 Aprile 2021 Pubblicato da Marco Tosatti 

Dear friends and enemies of Stilum Curiae, our friend Andrea Cionci has sent us the English translation of his article on the renunciation of Pope Benedict XVI, which has aroused great interest, and a heated debate. We thank him, and we make it available to the English-speaking readers of Stilum. Enjoy reading it.

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A Reconstruction of Ratzinger’s possible Plan B  to cancel the church of Bergoglio with a complete purification of the Church

A Purposefully invalid Resignation? — We investigation the thesis of Attorney Acosta and various theologians

The question of the “two Pope” and of the resignation of Benedict XVI is a very broad one, not to be discounted, spreading over 8 years and events difficult to interpret.  In these moths, we have analyzed many individual facts and documents without receiving any response to our questions, legitimate through they be.

And yet, the thesis that has been proposed by the attorney Estefania Acosta and by other authorative journalists, jurists, theologians and ecclesiastics (many of whom have paid a dear price for their positions), is shocking:  Pope Benedict XVI might have WILLINGLY prearranged an entirely invalid resignation to open a new front against his adversaries, causing them to nominate an antipope and arranging that in time the truth above the antichrist objectives of the “Deep Church” and the fact that he is still the sole Pope, be discovered.  This would bring about the definitive cancellation of the “false Church”, along with great purification from heresy and corruption, to open up a new epoch of Christian renewal.

Therefore, there remains that we sift through the hypothesis of the so-called “Catholic Reset”, cited above: this we have attempted to do by putting in order, according to this point of view, the facts, documents, persons. Judge for yourself: let alternative explanations be attempted, so long as they are able to place each of the “pieces of the puzzle” in an alternative but coherent framework…

Click here to review Cionci’s 30 point thesis, with full annotation and links to source documents: https://www.marcotosatti.com/2021/04/11/cionci-the-possible-reconstruction-of-benedict-xvis-plan-b/

Also, please buy Stephanie’s book. Multiple copies, if you can. Every priest you know needs a copy.

https://www.amazon.com/Benedict-XVI-Emeritus-Estefan%C3%ADa-Acosta/dp/B08WZLZ1M1/

12 thoughts on “Was Pope Benedict’s invalid resignation in error or on purpose? 30 points of light from Acosta through Cionci through Tosatti

  1. I think Pope Benedict’s resignation was intentional. He knew exactly what he was doing in order to invalidate the usurper Bergoglio. Christ said what to do when surrounded by wolves.

    “”Look, I send you out as sheep in the midst of wolves, so be cunning as snakes and innocent as doves”
    Matthew 10:16

  2. Whatever the case, it still doesn’t change the fact that Benedict departed and left his flock to the wolves.

      1. The average practicing Catholic, most priests, most bishops follow the “Pope,” follow what comes out of Rome. We have had the worst of Vatican II on steroids for eight years now. How much “Catholic” is left in the Catholic Church? (And that’s the pieces that were left after that most destructive Council.)

        Maybe you are right. I just don’t see it. Two of my daughters are members of rather traditional convents (not Latin Mass traditional), and these devout sisters now nod in the direction of Francis the Antipope. I teach in a Catholic school run by very fine religious women, full-habits. And they also look to that monster in Rome. As I said, I just don’t see it.

  3. Mark Docherty.

    With you in good company of Dr. Mazza and Ms. Barnhardt, could I be so bold to ask for you, to have a triumvirate to do the book in question, a review, and now include the information from Tossati? This would make a wonderful podcast for us. I am fifteen pages before finishing and some additional information from you and friends would be nice.

    Thank you.

      1. 🙌🙌🙌…..very much looking forward to this. And the purposed roundtable with you all in the near future. You, Ann, Dr. Mazza, SupetNerd, Nurse Claire and now “Vanessa” do a great service for us who are paying attention. A big thank you to all! God Bless and the Virgin protect you all and us!

  4. I have begun to think since Dr. Mazza weighed into the debate that it is incorrect to speak of “Pope Benedict’s invalid resignation”. It is a category error, much like the confusion of “munus” and “ministerium”. Whatever Pope Benedict intended with his Declaratio, the one thing we can be sure of is that he did NOT intend to resign the papacy. He has said so himself, with and without words, on many occasions.

    What, then, is the effect of the declaratio? I can be no means be sure, but I believe that the end will be a complete schism and eventual severance of the bishopric of Rome – and the Magisterium in communion thereunto – from the Holy See. We have not yet reached that end, but we can see it coming clearly.

  5. Given Pope Benedict’s past writings on the subject, I think there is a third option: that he did so intentionally, not to expose any deep state, but because he thought it would be a good idea.

    1. “not to expose any deep state”

      Well, whether or not–or to whatever extent– he may have intended it, that certainly *is* the objective result. This all shows the goodness of divine providence, if nothing else.

  6. I bought this book based on Ann B’s recommendation. I also bought Ivermectin bc she recommended. Please let her know how much we appreciate her even though we have no way to communicate with her site (that I know of). Huge debts of gratitude to her, you, Supernerd, Dr. Mazza and all the other truth tellers. Deo gratias!

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