TradCatKnight: Fr. Hesse, 'Modernism & Pope St. Pius X' TradCatKnight: Fr. Kramer, 'Crisis of the Faith in the Liturgy' Fr. Hesse: Papal Infallibility. Fr Hesse: Vatican II Ecumenism vs Catholic Dogma. Hesse: More on the Vatican II Revolution. Credo in Unum Deum Aug 26, 2017 Fr. Hesse on the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX) (Professionally Remastered) This is the best talk of Fr. Hesse on the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX) and one of his most popular talks of all time (recorde. This is the best talk of Fr. Hesse on the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX) and one of his most popular talks of all time (recorded in 1997). Hesse MP3 collection, this talk is titled “Return to Sanity”. While the SSPX has adopted the insane notion that people who profess a non Catholic Faith can somehow be in charge of the Catholic Church. Gregory Hesse maintained that pope is just a vice president (a vicar) of the Church.
Brief Biography of Fr. Hesse
Fr. Gregory Hesse, S.T.D., J.C.D., S.T.L., J.C.L., Canon Lawyer, Doctor of Thomistic Theology, lifelong friend and personal secretary of Cardinal Stickler at the Vatican from 1986-1988 has provided us with many talks and conferences where he gives a no-nonsense, intelligent, learned, and witty exposition and explanation of relevant topics facing contemporary faithful Catholics.
Fr. Hesse got to know approximately 45 cardinals while studying and working in Rome for 15 years and he has an uncanny and substantial knowledge of many things. You would be hard-pressed to find another theologian quite like him. Canon Hesse was related to the Hapsburg royal bloodline. He was born in Vienna in 1952, ordained by Cardinal Marella in St. Peter’s Basilica on November 21, 1981, and earned doctorates in Canon Law and Theology from the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum) in Rome. He worked as a personal secretary of Cardinal Stickler at the Vatican from 1986 to 1988. He passed away on January 25, 2006.
Fr Hesse Biography
Fr Gregory Hesse Sspx
In his introduction to Fr Hesse’s conference, Fr Trinchard says: “Be open to hearing a radical and shocking exposure of the Catholic Faith where our generation hasn’t the foggiest notion of what a Catholic is.”
Fr Hesse briefly discusses the SV position and rules it out. Fr Hesse says that SVs like to rely on the Apostolic Bull of Pope Paul IV Cum Ex Apostolatus Officio which says that a heretic cannot become Pope. He explains that the election of the Supreme Pontiff is a canonical election, which is an act of administration and is therefore not infallible. Papal election is an act of administration, not a sacrament. It is not a theological procedure, therefore there cannot be an infallible pronouncement on it. He states that the Bull is infallible as far as doctrinal statements are concerned, but it cannot be infallible as far as administrative rules are concerned. These rules have been changed by subsequent Popes a couple of dozen times in Church History.