The First Duty of Traditionalists Is to Elect a Pope

No it does not, but it regulates the Church so that all is done in the proper manner. anon 682: “The laity has the right to receive from the clergy the spiritual goods and especially the necessary means of salvation according to the rules of ecclesiastical discipline.” The Catechism of the Council of Trent tells us: “It is the unanimous teaching of the Fathers that this visible head is necessary to establish and preserve unity in the Church.” Therefore a Pope is a necessary means of salvation, therefore the clergy are required to end the sede vacante. The Pope then would grant them the authority to legitimate preach the word of God and administer the Sacraments, which they admit they do not currently have.

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