The Church’s minimum requirement for accepting the validity of a Sacrament is “moral certainty.” Moral certainty is one“which excludes all prudent fear of
error, such that the opposite is reputed as altogether improbable.”
Now in weighing all of the above evidence, the question becomes:
Does the certainty of Bishop Thuc’s consecrations reach such a level as to exclude all prudent fear of error?
Is the possibility that he did not validly
consecrate, altogether improbable?
It seems to me that no objective person possessing the use of right reason could conclude that Bishop Thuc’s consecrations were certain
to the degree that they excluded all prudent fear of error, such that the opposite is reputed as altogether improbable.
Catholics, therefore, must reject the validity of Bishop Thuc’s
consecrations. And if we must reject Bishop Thuc’s consecrations, we of course must also reject all of the ordinations and consecrations emanating from the Thuc progeny, for the Thuc "bishops" cannot supply for what was originally wanting to the Sacrament
of Orders – one cannot give to others that which they do not possess themselves. So the lack of moral certitude by which Catholics must reject the validity of Bishop Thuc’s "Orders" he "conveyed", must also be applied to Bishop
Sanborn & Sinéad: With Thucite Sect All Bets ARE OFF
(Roman Catholics know the sacred
priesthood only comes from *God's calling a chosen soul and then The Church of St. Peter confirming that mandate from Heaven. ... And these pathetic sedevacantists try to publicly deride Catholics [the Church in eclipse] for not attending their sacrilegious services?!?)
*"Almighty God calls to the priesthood whom He will; witness Our Lord's words to the apostles: "You have not chosen Me,
but I have chosen you" (John xv. 16). Source: The Catechism Explained, The Means of Grace, p. 646, by Fr. Spirago, Imp. 1899
*Phony Trads Bury Heads in Sand in Face of Catholic Truth
"It is a blessing when such *men break away from the Church: it prevents them preying upon the doves and sheep of Christ with their savage and poisonous influence. It is impossible to join and combine the bitter with the sweet,
darkness with light, rain with fair weather, war with peace; nor sterility with fertility, aridity with springs of water, or a storm with a calm." -St. Cyprian, Church Father and Doctor