THE HERESY OF JOHN SALZA AND ROBERT SISCOE
Vatican Council I defined de fide that the Roman Pontiff possesses universal and ordinary jurisdiction over the whole Church. The entire Church is under the pope's jurisdiction: The Church is subject to the pope; and possesses no jurisdiction over the pope. Any judgment pronounced on a valid pope still in office, even by an ecumenical council, is null & void.
The proposition that the subordinates of the pope can pronounce judgment on the pope is heretical, since it directly opposes the dogma of the primacy. John Salza and Robert Siscoe are in heresy on this point. Ever since the solemn definition of the primacy of the Roman Pontiff at Vaticsn I, it is heretical to profess opinions made before that council which are in any way contrary or at variance to that definition of the universal primacy of the Roman Pontiff in Pastor Æternus.