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On Sunday, July 5, my friend, Matt and I had breakfast at Bob Evans with Larry Hehman, a retired priest of the Diocese of Lexington. The meeting was planned to discuss “Pope” Francis and issues of the Church. I was invited to help lay out our case against the Vatican 2 religion. I called Matt that morning telling him that I wasn’t really interested in going. I had no hope in getting anywhere with Hehman. Matt said, “It’s not very hopeful, but we don’t know. We could say this about anyone…well, now is not the time to back out. I’m headed out.” I reluctantly went and met with them an hour later. Matt brought a folder full of information to be used in the conversation.

Hehman was unaware that we held to sedevacantism and after an hour and a half of talking, it never came up. In fact, we hardly argued. There was no point. He was the epitome of a Vatican 2 priest, both a modernist and a relativist. I don’t think he would be offended in me saying so, either. He’d be proud of it. There was no foundation, by which we could start an argument. Halfway through the meeting, Hehman asked about the folder, but Matt said that he had already shot it all down. No point in opening it up.

Jesus, the Gospel account of the cursing the fig tree, dogmas, the papacy, papal infallibility, the Immaculate Conception, Ark of Salvation, Luther and Lutheranism, Eastern Patriarchs, the death penalty, abortion, life, conscience, warfare, Joan of Arc, Adam and Eve, meat on Fridays, homosexuality, mortal sin, racism, “pope” Francis, theologians, Roman Catechism, usury, Constantine, the councils of Jerusalem, Trent, First Vatican Council, and Vatican 2 were the subjects touched upon during our conversation.

To get an idea on Hehman’s beliefs, check out his youtube channel. [1] I’m sure you’ll find some real gems of modernist thought. I’m not interested in looking for them. He also wrote a book titled, The Word of God with a Twist. In a TV interview, he tells us, “The people listen to what I say with their own twists. I can give I think a decent homily to a group. 95% say that’s wonderful, 5% they interpret it their way, and they say I’m going to write a letter to the bishop, because you’re a heretic.” [2]

In the following bullet points, I will not twist what Hehman told us Sunday morning. To the best of my ability, I will tell exactly what he told us as I remembered it.

Hehman explained that, “Jesus was an ignorant little boy. He didn’t know that He was God until later.” I replied that Jesus knew all things even in His mother’s womb. He was all God and all man. Hehman replied, “Jesus was all man like us. He came to understand that He was God. This is the Christ that I worship and the foundation of what I believe as a priest.” He made reference to a story in the apocrypha about Jesus playing with mud patties, which he said turned into bluebirds. When Jesus was called in by His mother, Hehman said Our Lord ran off for supper not aware of His divinity. However, Heyman’s recollection of the narrative found in the Infancy Gospel of Thomas is a far cry from the actual “gospel” account. [3] Regardless, Pope St. Pius X condemned as an error of the modernists in his Decree “Lamentabili sane exitu”, issued on 3 July, 1907, that “35. Christ did not always possess the consciousness of His Messianic dignity.”

Heyman asked if Jesus actually cursed the fig tree and what it meant. He didn’t think it made sense and questioned whether “cursing” is an accurate translation. He said we can’t know exactly what Jesus said for sure, since the translations could be faulty. As for what it meant, I told him that I believed it had to do with the Jews, but I’ll look it up later. Sure enough, Cornelius À Lapide’s commentary confirms, “Christ cursed the fig tree, and dried it up, that He might manifest His power, by which He was able in like manner to destroy and wither up the Scribes and the Jews, His enemies, if He wished; and to show that He would shortly suffer the Cross and death at their hands, not against His will, but voluntarily.” However, Hehman’s point was that our translation is not reliable. We don’t believe in every word in Scripture.

Throughout our conversation, Hehman kept saying, “We must get back to Jesus. What would Jesus do?” According to Hehman, the Church became “Roman” (he said it in a scoffing tone), which I later understood his meaning to be a corruption of Christ’s Church. Vatican 2 and its popes are trying to undo all the wrongs the Church had done over the years in corrupting the teachings of Jesus. He criticized previous councils like Vatican I and Trent, which he called “overkill.” He spoke of Vatican I with disdain.

He thought the center of the Church should be in Jerusalem, not Rome.

Hehman said, “Dogmas can come to be understood differently.” Matt replied, “What about Vatican I’s teaching that dogmas must be understood in the same sense and same understanding as the Church always had?” Hehman came back, “Oh, I don’t believe that. Where does Vatican I say this dogmatically?”

He told us, “The Church is still trying to figure it out. The Church has been wrong about many things.” He was abundantly clear that we don’t have to believe everything the popes teach in their encyclicals, apostolic exhortations, bulls, etc. When I asked what specifically has the Church been wrong about in the past? He said, “Usury. Jesus was clear about usury, but now the whole church is involved in it and the Vatican is corrupt.”

He was happy about the new teaching against the death penalty. He thought the Church was wrong in the past in its stance and specifically criticized St. Thomas Aquinas on the issue.

He loves “Pope” Francis and told us that Francis was one of the greatest popes ever.

Hehman said papal infallibility concerns the “words of Christ and the people’s faith. It’s when everybody, the pope, bishops, and people, everybody believes in something. It’s not about pope, pope, pope, but when all the bishops and people of God come to believe it.” He acted like the pope was the last on the list.

I asked what he thought of Paul VI’s letter to the Patriarch of Constantinople referring to the Eastern Orthodox as the “Church of Christ.” “Is the Eastern Orthodox religion part of the Church of Christ?” “They probably are.” Hehman replied. He was clear that all baptized non-Catholics are part of the Church.

He said that conscience is what really matters at the end. It doesn’t matter if you believe in Jesus or what religion you hold. It all comes down to conscience.

He told us that he didn’t believe in a literal Adam and Eve.

He told us that homosexuality in the past is not the same as homosexuality today.

He said the Church has always been pro-life. I told Father, “According to everything you’ve said thus far, the Church could change its position on abortion in the future.” He retorted, “Yes, the Church might have a different understanding on life, too.”

I asked Father about his past. How did he believe in high-school? He told us that the priest and nuns told him that if he ate a wiener on Friday, he would go to hell. I pressed him and asked, “What if you ate meat on Friday by accident?” He acknowledged that it wouldn’t be considered a mortal sin. I pressed him further, “So you’re saying that if knew what the Church taught and ate meat anyway, that’s not a mortal sin?” He repeated what I said, “Yes, if you say to hell with the Church, I’m eating meat on Friday. You’re not going to hell for it.” He continued, “I didn’t know what a mortal sin was. The whole thing is ridiculous.” For someone who kept talking about how we should get back to Jesus, you’d think obedience would be part of that equation. There is a thing called the 4th Commandment and breaking it in the fullest sense is a mortal sin, but not to Hehman. I told him that we were like the priest and nuns in his school days. He said, “I know, that’s sad.” I couldn’t control my laughter. He was serious, too, which made it all the funnier.

As we parted ways, Hehman said he was still interested in seeing what’s in the folder. I replied, “It’s all pre-Vatican 2 stuff. You wouldn’t be interested.” His final words were that he studied pre-Vatican 2 theology and thought much of it was good. Therefore, he said, “There’s still hope for me?”

Matt was shellshocked, since he arranged the meeting with the hope of converting him. He was sorry about the whole thing, but now realizes that the meeting was gold. We got a real look into the mind of a Vatican 2 priest and where priests like him are coming from. If you think he’s an anomaly, Hehman is revered in the Lexington Diocese with a hall named after him at Christ the King Cathedral.



[1] https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIm8TcIvOCagXuOrq3H2mGA

[2] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SLtM-WNiTPw

[3] The Infancy Gospel of Thomas from the CE: 2. This child Jesus, when five years old, was playing in the ford of a mountain stream; and He collected the flowing waters into pools, and made them clear immediately, and by a word alone He made them obey Him. And having made some soft clay, He fashioned out of it twelve sparrows. And it was the Sabbath when He did these things. And there were also many other children playing with Him. And a certain Jew, seeing what Jesus was doing, playing on the Sabbath, went off immediately, and said to his father Joseph: Behold, your son is at the stream, and has taken clay, and made of it twelve birds, and has profaned the Sabbath. And Joseph, coming to the place and seeing, cried out to Him, saying: Why do you do on the Sabbath what it is not lawful to do? And Jesus clapped His hands, and cried out to the sparrows, and said to them: Off you go! And the sparrows flew, and went off crying. And the Jews seeing this were amazed, and went away and reported to their chief men what they had seen Jesus doing.

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Not all pseudo-traditionalists hold to all of the following propositions, but all pseudo-traditionalists hold some of them. You’ll even find they hold some of the same absurdities as Feeneyites.


1. The Catholic Church has been promulgating heresy since the Second Vatican Council and perhaps in much older councils, laws, and papal decrees.

2. The Catholic Church is one despite the fact that it’s divided in faith, such as the pope’s belief and their own.

3. The Catholic Church is holy despite its heretical teachings and practices.

4. The Catholic Church is no different from Protestantism as far as having heresy.

5. Protestant and Eastern Orthodox religions are false religions because they teach heresy, but the Catholic Church remains the true religion when it teaches heresy through an ecumenical council and other papal decrees.

6. The pope can be a public heretic. He doesn’t have to profess the Catholic faith but every other Catholic must profess it to be a member of the Church.

7. The pope can be judged as pope for heresy, but only a council of bishops can do so.

8. The pope can be resisted in doctrine. Withdrawing obedience to a true pope is not schism.

9. Heretical popes lose office only when the whole church realizes they are heretics.

10. The whole church can be heretical as long as they’re not aware they are professing heresy.

11. The pope has to be warned to establish that he is pertinacious.

12. Falling into heresy is not defection of faith.

13. Catholics can use personal judgment against papal teaching, but sedevacantists can’t use personal judgement whether the questionable pope is really the pope.

14. Heresy and heretics are occult until declared notorious by the Church.

15. The end justifies the means such as when popes break divine law to help convert non-Catholics.

16. Contend that “without sin and with no loss of Catholic profession, one can withhold assent and obedience to those judgments and decrees of the Apostolic See, whose object is declared to relate to the general good of the Church and its right and discipline, provided it does not touch dogmas of faith or morals.”

17. The Gates of Hell and the Gates of the Church are one and same thing.

18. The magisterium is authentic when it teaches the truth, but when the same magisterium teaches error, it’s fake.

19. The Catholic Church can’t exist without a pope despite the fact it exists when popes die.

20. Obscure theologians and canonists from hundreds of years ago are to be accepted over Doctors of the Church and post-Vatican I theologians and post-1917 code canonists.

21. Sedevacantists are spiritually blind for not seeing these absurdities as true.

The Feeneyite believes Baptism of Desire and Blood is heresy against the definitions of the Council of Trent. Therefore, the Feeneyite most hold to the following 21 absurdities:

1. The Catholic Church has been promulgating heresy by catechism for 464 years from the Catechism of the Council of Trent.

2. The Catholic Church has been promulgating heresy by Canon law for over 100 years.

3. The Catholic Church allows heresy to be taught throughout the whole Church for hundreds of years.

4. The Catholic Church is no different from Protestantism as far as having heresy.

5. Protestant and Eastern Orthodox religions are false religions because they teach heresy, but the Catholic Church remains the true religion when it teaches heresy by law and catechism.

6. Pope St. Pius V of the Council of Trent is also the pope to promulgate heresy against the same council.

7. All the popes and saints that taught Baptism of Desire and Blood after Trent were ignorant of the council’s dogma.

8. Pope Clement XIII didn’t know the Roman Catechism taught Baptism of Desire.

9. Pope Pius IX was ignorant of the council’s teaching.

10. Pope St. Pius X was ignorant of the council’s teaching.

11. Pope St. Pius X allowed a heretical catechism to be promulgated in Italy in his name.

12. Pope St. Pius X didn’t know baptism of desire was being promulgated in his name.

13. Pope Benedict XV was ignorant of the council’s teaching.

14. St. and Doctor of the Church Alphonsus Liguori didn’t understand the council’s teaching on Baptism and interpreted Trent to mean exactly opposite to its true meaning.

15. St. Charles Borromeo handpicked by the pope to explain Trent didn’t truly understand Trent.

16. St. and Doctor of the Church Robert Bellarmine didn’t understand the council’s teaching on Baptism.

17. All the popes and saints who teach Baptism of Desire and Blood reject Jesus’ true meaning in John 3:5.

18. The Old Testament made it safer and easier to get to heaven than the New Testament.

19. War broke out to prevent the First Vatican Council of defining the heresy of Baptism of Desire even though it is believed by the whole Church anyway.

20. Every layman that believes in Baptism of Desire and Blood is a heretic, but all the popes, saints, and doctors of the Church that do are not heretics. Only popes, saints, and doctors of the Church get to profess heresy without being actual heretics.

21. Defenders of Baptism of Desire and Blood using the teachings of popes, catechisms, canon law, saints, and doctors of the Church are bad-willed.



I’m sad to hear my old friend, Mr. Hutton Gibson has passed away. He had been most gracious to me. He helped me with my grammar and edited out a hundred typos from my book, “Papal Anomalies and Their Implications.”

I first received an email from Mr. Gibson in 2010 asking to publish one of my articles on his website. He wrote, “It so happens that I have nothing to post this week, and I would be delighted to display your reply, if only to demonstrate that I am not the only nut in this business.”

I was blown away.

He was very kind and he would always sign his name, Hoot.

I’ll be praying for him and I hope you will, too.

Today is the Feast of St. Antoninus, O.P. (1389-1459), and he lived at the same time as St. Vincent Ferrer, the sedevacantist saint.

St. Antoninus was the Bishop of Florence, Italy. When he died, Pope Pius II conducted his funeral. His body can still be seen in a glass reliquary.

The First Vatican Council quotes this great Dominican on the issue of a pope who becomes a heretic, which is, in my opinion, the best, clearest, and simplest explanation by anyone. St. Antoninus, O.P. (1389-1459) declared, “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.’”  (Summa Theologica cited in Actes de Vatican I. V. Frond pub.)