"To protect the faithful against deception and to assure them of competent and worthy ministers,
the Church has ever insisted, and still does insist, that those who are to minister unto the faithful in
the name of Christ and of the Church, must *first receive the approval and authorization necessary." ("Supplied Jurisdiction According To Canon 209, An Historical Synopsis And Commentary", By Fr. Francis Sigismund Miaskiewicz, J.C.L., Article II. The Supplying of Jurisdiction, pp. 21-22, 1940 Imp.)
"Rather ought every one submit to death, than to receive
the sacrament of communion from a hand of a heretic."
(Pope St. Gregory the Great, Church Father and Doctor)
See TCW's: Mortal Sin: Recieving "communion" from Papal Mandate Law Violators
*In his Summa Contra Gentiles, Lib. IV, cap. 76, Saint Thomas Aquinas teaches: “To conserve the Unity of the Church, the power of the keys must be passed on through *Peter to the other pastors of the Church.”
*CHURCH AUTHORITY. Those who are received into the ecclesiastical hierarchy are not chosen by the people, or by secular authority, but are placed in the degrees of power of orders by sacred ordination. In the supreme pontificate the person lawfully elected, and freely accepting the election, receives the power of jurisdiction by divine right. All others receive jurisdiction by canonical mission (Canon 109, 1917 Code of Canon Law).