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…

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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.…