akaConfused

American writer Louie Verrechio recently wrote a blog post about SSPX-Rome relations. Although Mr. Verrechio is to be praised for calling attention to Bishop Fellay’s radio silence towards the errors of Pope Francis, his claim that SSPX “regularization” is “a matter of justice” needs to be refuted. At the outset of his essay, Verrechio -…

Bishop Fellay’s threefold denial of Christ

In his lifetime, Archbishop Lefebvre courageously proclaimed Rome’s apostasy far and wide. He also declared that there could be no deal with the Conciliar Church until Rome converts to the true faith. One month into 2017 and Traditional Catholics are being flooded with yet more rumors of a deal (a deal with the devil, no doubt)…

Liberal Catholicism

When one reads Fr. Felix Sarda y Salvany’s titanic 1886 work Liberalism is a Sin, the conclusion can only be that the Society of St. Pius X has slowly but surely embraced the liberal Catholic mentality. In Chapter 31, “An Illusion of Liberal Catholics,” Fr. Salvany warns that of the many temptations liberalism presents to…

Abp. Lefebvre responds to Bp. Schneider

In a recent interview with the Spanish website Adelante La Fe, Bishop Bishop Athanasius Schneider of Kazakhstan (likely instructed by liberal members of the Society of St. Pius X) said, “It is my great wish that the SSPX might be recognized and established within the regular structure of the Church.” The interview itself has not yet been…

What “Conciliar” Church?

Like all revolutionaries, the liberals occupying the captain’s quarters on Archbishop Lefebvre's Ark are unrelenting in their efforts to completely re-make the Society of St. Pius X. Fr. Michel Simoulin’s latest essay for the French newsletter Le Seignadou indicates that the SSPX has fulfilled Our Lady's prophecy that even the elect will be deceived. Fr. Simoulin’s article, “The Archbishop’s Principle,” is…

No justice? No peace

The SSPX is convinced that they are owed, as a matter of justice, a “canonical regularization” from Modernist Rome. The claim is that such a move would rectify the “unjust suppression” of the Society in the 1970s. The argument itself is relatively new. In the past, Archbishop Lefebvre and the rest of the SSPX superiors considered it a “mark…

Selectivity

There is some manifestly erroneous reasoning employed by the Society of St. Pius X when it prioritizes the words and actions of Archbishop Lefebvre during the 1970s over his words and actions later in life. We will explain by parable. Suppose that in the Year of Our Lord 2008 a self-professed agnostic living in sin…