In our book “True or False Pope?, we devote an entire chapter to explaining the Church’s theology behind the “Recognize and Resist” position, that is, the necessity to recognize a Pope or bishop’s authority to rule while, at the same time,
resisting any erroneous teachings or evil commands. In the chapter, we provide many quotations from saints, Popes and Doctors of the Church who explicitly advocated the position as part of Catholic teaching, and provide real life, historical examples of saints putting this teaching into practice. These teachings and practical examples of the saints will help to guide confused Catholics through today’s crisis.
Because Fr. Cekada has an erroneous understanding of papal infallibility (which we also expose in great detail in our book), he believes the teachings and disciplines of a true Pope can never be “resisted” because a true Pope, according to Cekada, “cannot give error or evil.” In fact, Fr. Cekada actually calls those who resist the novelties of the conciliar Popes (that is, Traditional Catholics) heretics. But, in labeling heretics those who acknowledge that Paul VI was a true Pope, while resisting the non-binding liturgical reforms issued during his pontificate, Fr. Cekada indicts himself of the crime by his own standards, since he rejects the liturgical reforms of Pope Pius XII, whom he recognizes as a true Pope! That’s right, Cekada does exactly what he ridicules others for doing – namely, “recognizing” Pius XII as a valid Pope, while he “sifts” and even rejects his liturgical legislation. 
Fr. Cekada thereby condemns himself by his own judgment, as Scripture says: “Wherefore thou art inexcusable, O man, ... For wherein thou judgest another, thou condemnest thyself. For thou dost the same things which thou judgest.” (Rom. 2:1).
 See Fr. Cekada’s articles: “Is Rejecting the Pius XII Liturgical Reforms ‘Illegal’?” (April 27, 2006); and “The Pius XII Reforms: More on the ‘Legal Issue,’”(July 11, 2006).