What’s Next?

Friday, June 15, 2012
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Here is what gives me hope that a final disposition between the Vatican and the SSPX will be an arrangement that a majority of the SSPX priests and seminarians will accept.

1) The Holy Ghost has need of the SSPX working the vineyards which consists of the structure of the “Visible Church”. That is, working to reform the Cardinals, Bishops, priests, and laity affected by modernism. If you believe that the Visible Church consists of the Pope, his Cardinals, Bishops, Priests, and faithful, then this HAS to be important to you. That is the Visible Church, with Peter as its head, which Our Lord promised will never pass from this earth. If you believe that the Pope, Bishops, priests are not validly ordained and therefore do not comprise the Visible Church, there are several sedevacantists groups, bishops, popes, and even modernists you can attach yourself to. However, you do not belong in this discussion.

2) The SSPX statement following the latest meetings in Rome: “The desire for further clarifications could usher in a new series of meeting”. This tells me that Bishop Fellay continues to be cautious and reflective in the talks and documents exchanged with the Vatican. This bespeaks his pastoral desire to ensure the safety of his priests, bishops, and those attached to the Society. The unfortunate and cowardly leaking of the private letter of the three bishops has put all of the bishops in an undesirable position. They cannot now easily retreat from their recommendation even if they felt the eventual solution was tenable. Should the “further clarification” result in the modification of the supposed conditions made popular recently by some YouTube sermons, those priests would owe a “mea maxima culpa” at least for the frenzy it has caused and the added strain it has put on Bishop Fellay in carrying out this sensitive negotiation.

3) The recent establishment of a personal ordinariate for the TACs in Australia allows the superior to open new parishes within the diocese having heard the opinion of the diocesan ordinary (but not necessarily heeding the advice). Perhaps Bishop Fellay is working out a hybrid and as yet undefined combination of the Prelature and Ordinariate. Since these structures are very vague in canon law, the governing statutes of the structure will need to be made clear and precise in its articles of erection.

If you feel that you will be integrated away into heresy, you can certainly just roll up into the fetal position with your rosary. If you are ready to re-take Our Holy Roman Catholic Church from the enemies who hold it, be ready for an increase in the battle as we’ve never seen it. The onslaught will come from your diocese, from your family, and from the curia. The antagonists from your own chapel will be the ones for whom inclusion in the “visible church” has somehow become a greater heresy than modernism!

Take your example from St. Joan of Arc if you must, who was encouraged by her own to cease and desist from the battle and she did not. She died excommunicated. It does not seem to have had that bad of an effect on her. Are you more worried about being forced to accept the Novus Ordo Mass or of being excommunicated for taking a stand against it within the visible church?

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5 comments on “What’s Next?

  1. Vinny,

    This is excellent. These are some of the same thoughts my hisband and I have been discussing at home. I had been telling my husband it seems as if some trads are too cowardly to fight the real enemy, so they would rather fight with their friends. If it is that one really thinks the SSPX is too weak to hold their own IN the structure of the Church, why would one think they are strong enough to continue holding their own outside of the structure of the Church? Or is that one is just afraid of the fight? Thanks for posting.

    • If it is that one really thinks the SSPX is too weak to hold their own IN the structure of the Church, why would one think they are strong enough to continue holding their own outside of the structure of the Church?

      Exactly.

      Although I was never against the FSSP, anyone who knows me knows that I’ve fully supported the SSPX over the last decade in my personal life and here on AQ.

      That said, we should look at where the FSSP is since their foundation. Sure they’re forced to put up with a lot of nonsense in certain realms and with certain local ordinaries, but they’re still doing a great deal of good.

      Well, the SSPX will be more exponentially more powerful, have far greater resources, more manpower and be much more intimately connected with the highest levels at the very seat of the faith. Popes only do something like this once every several centuries, if even that. It’s a golden chariot for crying out loud.

      “My gosh, what is wrong with these naysayers?” One might ask. What’s wrong is very simple. FEAR. They won’t come out of their bunkers for FEAR of being wounded.

      “But I’m afraid of the pope.” “I’m afraid of some faggy old about-to-retire modernist bishops.” “I’m afraid we won’t be able to build a school somewhere -even if we can build ten somewhere else.” “I’m afraid of Vatican II and altar girls – despite the fact that VII is slowly being deconstructed as we speak.”

      I honestly can’t stand it.

  2. If you feel that you will be integrated away into heresy, you can certainly just roll up into the fetal position with your rosary. If you are ready to re-take Our Holy Roman Catholic Church from the enemies who hold it, be ready for an increase in the battle as we’ve never seen it.

    Perfectly stated.

    I see those who turn away from this colossal, historic challenge as deserters and malingerers.

  3. Here in the Sacramento Diocese there is an SSPX chapel and a FSSP parish, both do great work, what is scandalous is that the laity of these 2 groups don’t regularly meet for the sake of restoring TRADITION in the churc h. All i hear is spiteful words back and forth and why one shouldn’t go there from both sides. This is not the work of GOD this infighting!!

  4. Maybe the priests can’t meet but the laity can.

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