Rome is not Catholic!

There's an unfortunate video circulating on the internet showing former SSPX Superior General Bernard Fellay giddy as a school girl while informing Catholics in the Philippines that Conciliar Church officials think the Society of St. Pius X "is Catholic." Ostensibly, this is a moment of joy for the Archbishop's Society. Finally, the stench of "schism"…

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An SSPX “Spring”?

Eight years ago something called the "Arab Spring" took place in the Middle East. Western media outlets reported to their blue-pilled viewers that "grassroots" uprisings of "oppressed peoples" were finally throwing off "the chains" of their "dictators" and, in the old American way, were transforming their "corrupt" countries into lands of liberty where government would…

Diabolical disorientation

Fr. Dominique Bourmaud, a priest of more than 35 years ordained by Abp. Lefebvre in 1981,  is the latest in a recently growing group of SSPX priests poorly attempting to find fault with the legitimate principles of the Resistance. In an article called “A Treacherous Dilemma,” posted in the Nov-Dec issue of The Angelus, we…

The real Archbishop?

Fr. Paul Robinson has written yet another incoherent defense of the Fellay regime’s policy of rapprochement with the Conciliar Church. Chock full of logical fallacies and venom towards priests who have — no doubt after much prayer — departed the increasingly tyrannical SSPX, Fr. Robinson’s article is a reflection of the fact that the Society…

Is the SSPX a cult?

For the past several years the SSPX has adopted tactics and talking points that make them not dissimilar from a cult. Among other things, the SSPX claims to have a monopoly on prudence. The term is used in almost every article the Society produces. It’s like they borrowed Goebbels' line "If you repeat a lie often enough, it…

The SSPX and the wisdom of man – Part 1

Fr. Paul Robinson of the SSPX's Australia Seminary has published yet another article on the need for 'regularization." The essay can be found here. Psalm 129 wishes to comment on his remarks in the form of a three-part rebuttal. We apologize for the lengthiness of our response. For the sake of brevity, we have omitted parts…

The SSPX and the wisdom of man – Part 2

This is the continuation of Psalm 129's three-part commentary on Fr. Robinson's article titled SSPX and the Conversion of Rome to Tradition: The wait for Rome to convert position It has been argued by some that a canonical recognition, while providing advantages in some respects, would yet ultimately be disadvantageous for the restoration of Tradition.…

FSSPX News

One of the reasons I no longer give money to the Society of St. Pius X is that their leadership is drunk on liberalism. That and they don’t know how to use their resources. Take, for instance, Angelus Press. In the 1990s, Angelus was everything a Lefebvrist publishing house should be. Today, as a result…