Quote of the Day – 10 May – St Antoninus

Quote of the Day – 10 May – The Memorial of St Antoninus OP (1389-1459) Archbishop of Florence

In the case, in which,
the Pope would become a heretic,
he would find himself,
by that fact, alone
and, without any other sentence,
separated from the Church.
A head separated from a body
cannot, as long as it remains separated,
be head of the same body
from which it was cut off.
A Pope, who would be
separated from the Church by heresy,
therefore, would,
by that very fact itself,
cease to be head of the Church.
He could not be a heretic
and remain Pope
because, since he is outside of the Church,
he cannot possess the keys of the Church.

St Antoninus (1389-1459)



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