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Comments regarding this YouTube video from the YouTube Channel: Christus Rex
In this video, Fr. Hesse goes over proper distinctions; discusses the Vatican document Ecclesia Dei and how it pronounces material heresy, schismatic statements, and is in error; he goes over the correct definition of Tradition and how Vatican II handles it; he touches on the 1988 episcopal consecrations of Archbishop Lefebvre; he talks about errors in Vatican II documents; and talks about whether the New Mass is a valid sacrament.
Notable parts and quotes of Fr. Hesse in this talk:
16:04 - Here Fr. Hesse gives an introduction to going over the document Ecclesia Dei and how and why this document pronounces material heresy, schismatic statements, and is in error.
52:50 - “In one and the same document [Ecclesia Dei] we face double heresy, a major error in moral theology, and as far as canon law is concerned: a lie.”
53:33 - "The sad thing is that we have several groups in the Church that base their very existence on this heretical, schismatic, and fraudulent document."
59:11 - Fr. Hesse talks about a statement in Gaudiem et Spes that is “downright Satanism.”
59:49 - "Documents like this cannot be accepted and who does it ceases to be a Catholic. Therefore, if a priest of the Fraternity of St. Peter is honest and is good and is likeable and lovable—he might be personally, and as much as I might appreciate his efforts to keep the old Mass going—the moment he tells me that Vatican II can be interpreted in a Catholic way—(he personally might not know better or understand better)—but the moment he says that, I will entirely distrust him for all kinds of theological judgements because then I can see [that] he doesn't even recognize heresy where it is so patently evident."
1:16:25 - “The Holy Spirit is still with the Church. The Holy Spirit made sure that the new missal was never made obligatory with a papal signature. There is no such thing as a papal signature on the obligation to use that horrible book called ‘the new missal.’”
1:18:32 - “The Holy Spirit takes care. At the same time the Holy Spirit made sure that Vatican II never defined anything. As a matter of fact, there’s an explicit term on that. Pope John XXIII said ‘this Council does not want to define or condemn.’”
1:23:55 - Here he begins to get to the greatest detail about the question if the New Mass is valid or not.
The other uploads of this same video talk on tradcatknight and other YouTube channels have many problems, including:
• The audio and video is mismatched for about 81% of the total video length on other channels.
• The entire section in the part 1 video from about 1 hour to about 1 hour, 30 minutes into the video on other channels is a word-for-word repeat of an earlier part of the video.
• The audio track is not remastered to remove as much background noise as possible. All of the above problems are fixed in this corrected, remastered video you are now watching and the audio is remastered. You can download the remastered MP3 of this talk at the same place you can download all of Fr. Hesse’s talks (see further below).
Note that there is a glitch at 00:01:24 and 1:31:52. These were present in the original video and couldn’t be fixed.
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.
You can download the free MP3 of all of Fr. Hesse’s talks to listen to on your computer or portable audio devices at the following URLs. There are three options for Fr. Hesse MP3's: Remastered Audio Files: spideroak.com/browse/share/He... Remastered Audio Files (Slightly Slowed Down): spideroak.com/browse/share/He... Original Untouched Audio Files: spideroak.com/browse/share/He... The remastered audio files have been professionally touched up to remove as much background noise, pops, crackles, and other audio imperfections as possible.