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New Book on Palmar de Troya

See My new book on the Palmarian Church is now available by Magnus Lundberg. Lundberg, Magnus. A Pope of Their Own: Palmar de Troya and the Palmarian Church. Series: Uppsala Studies in Church History, volume 1. Uppsala: Uppsala University, Department … Continue reading

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Earthquake at Palmar de Troya!

HT to Jean-François Mayer – Église palmarienne: Grégoire XVIII perd la foi et va se marier, le nouveau pape Pierre III est un Suisse This must be a cataclysm in the Palmarian Church (see Palmar de Troya to know what … Continue reading

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Palmar de Troya

This is just a little sideshow whilst thinking of Spanish-speaking Popes, perhaps to go with some of those bishops who misrepresent themselves as Roman Catholics. So, don’t take this article too seriously. I have never had anything to do with … Continue reading

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Palmar de Destroya

Update: His former Holiness is going to court – El ex papa de El Palmar, procesado por intentar robar su antigua iglesia con una careta de payaso. Markus Lundberg is quoted on Facebook as saying – The trial against the … Continue reading

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Some ideas to take critically

In the light of my postings over the past few days, I am led to think of a way to keep a critical mind about authoritarian (anti-parliamentarian) politics and “diseased” religion caused by literalism and materialism. I am going to … Continue reading

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Sedevacantism

I came across two fair-minded articles on a way by which some Roman Catholics try to get round the fallibility of the Pope and the modern Church without dismissing it all as nonsense. These recent articles are Sedevacantism and Solution … Continue reading

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Post-Institutional Catholics

Update: this article of mine inspired another blog article Is the Pope Catholic? Who cares!? I have already criticised Pius IX’s infallibilist ideology as something that is intellectually absurd, and which is in fact the basis of sedevacantism. I find … Continue reading

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Boniface X is BACK!

Boniface X is back! He has set up his Twitter account again and has recovered the old Thomas Sparks address Roman Catholicism – The Apostolic See. He lacks the flamboyant pizzaz of Peter III at El Palmar de Troya and he still … Continue reading

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Tradition and Progress

My brush with pope Boniface X has been quite thought-provoking in an odd sort of way. There always has been tension between religion – any religion – being essentially a book containing precepts and teachings, compliance with which being the … Continue reading

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Another Alternative Pope – Boniface X

This revised story is one of a truly anonymous alternative pope and a howling banshee. I can only know he exists, because there is a website and my own writing has caused this person to write reams of shrill and … Continue reading

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