It is IMPOSSIBLE to enter into schism or be in schism by the act of holding the Catholic Faith whole and entire, and by being in union with and subject to the Roman Pontiff, and the Petrine See in se.
Good faith controversy over the identity of the Roman Pontiff is not schismatic.
F.X. Wernz, P. Vidal: “Finally they cannot be numbered among the schismatics, who refuse to obey the Roman Pontiff because they consider his person to be suspect or doubtfully elected on account of rumours in circulation.” (Ius Canonicum, 7:398, 1943)
Rev Ignatius Szal: “Nor is there any schism if one merely transgress a papal law for the reason that one considers it too difficult, or if one refuses obedience inasmuch as one suspects the person of the pope or the validity of his election, or if one resists him as the civil head of a state.” (Communication of Catholics with Schismatics, 1948)
De Lugo: “Neither is someone a schismatic for denying his subjection to the Pontiff on the grounds that he has solidly founded [‘probabiliter’] doubts concerning the legitimacy of his election or his power [refers to Sanchez and Palao].” (Disp., De Virt. Fid. Div., disp xxv, sect iii, nn. 35-8)
Go to Mass. Ask Our Lord to give YOU the temporal punishments due, if any, of your priests who might erroneously commemorate the wrong man at the Te Igitur.
St. Vincent Ferrer, pray for us.
St. Catherine of Siena, pray for us.
St. Bernard of Clairvaux, pray for us.
St. Peter Celestine, pray for us.
St. Peter, pray for us.
St. Joseph, pray for us.
Our Lady, undoer of knots, pray for us.
Lord Jesus Christ, have mercy on us.