Hey all. New to the forum and have a question about the difference between the views of the sedevacantists and traditionalists that view Popes since VAT II as legitimate. I have heard both sides and where I really side with sedevacantists is where they argue that Pope Paul VI signed his approval of Vat II with his signature as the successor of Peter. The argument made is that a true pope would not have approved the second Vatican Council due to the numerous heresies presented. I have never heard Father Hesse or any other traditionalist Priests bring this point up, so I was wondering if maybe someone here knew something and could explain this to me. Thanks!