During my short Holiday and little rest, I am informed of a new “words war” now between 2 of the closest Fatima Priest friends, John Salza versus Father Paul Kramer, having myself a great Respect for both of them, many of their thoughts and works are quoted on this Blog, below my opinion :
This is sad, worthless and as we are saying in French ZERO, ça ne vaut rien, sucks ! but what is the Problem ? really nothing important at least to me, the main disagreement is about Pope Francis as below and in short :
For Salza : Until proven otherwise, Pope Francis election is valid, he is probably heretic but still the legitimate Pope
For Fr. Kramer : Pope Francis election is invalid as Pope Benedict was pushed to resign, he is also heretic de facto cannot be the legitimate Pope
And Between them the last Book from John Salza/Siscoe about Sedevacantism, the book in short rightly refutes the Sedevacantism idea with strong theological arguments, I did not read it myself but had some insights via few friends, they looks happy with the book, any way, in memory of Father Gruner to whom both had the greatest Respect, even if I have no illusion, I would like to tell them STOP and ENOUGH !, thank you.
My Comment : Just few words but this is my opinion only, in the Garabandal context, I know that Father Kramer is open to our Lady of Mount Carmel, Garabandal is even quoted in his great and famous book “the devil’s final battle”, to my knowledge not Salza (regarding Garabandal and among our famous Traditionalists, to my knowledge we have : Salza-Ferrara-Matt versus Vennari-Fathers Gruner and Kramer, we have quite the same situation with the SSPX main leaders as Bishop Fellay versus Bishop Williamson and so on) and this is not a problem but to me and about the current Pope (only), I share Father Kramer’s position, as I said several times online and about the Fatima 3rd Secret for which all of them are great workers, you cannot have the full picture of our Lady’s main Prophecy without Garabandal and to me this explains mainly the current disagreement, end of the story.