Sunday, January 29, 2017

All that is left, is for Bp. Fellay to sign on the dotted line.

As the SSPX turns...

-Video Description -
Universal Church
Bishop Fellay is the Superior General since 1994 of the SSPX founded by Archbishop Lefebvre in 1970. He exhibits in this interview the spirituality of the Society of St. Pius X and an update on the relations of the Society with the Holy See. After the lastest meetings between the Pope and Bishop Fellay, which resulted in new proposals, there seems to be no more than a "stamp" to conclude an agreement. This agreement is possible, according to the Superior General, in his view, without waiting for the situation in the Church to become completely satisfactory.

Bp. Fellay has until July 2018 to sign the deal with Rome, when his second 12 year term as Superior General of the FSSPX finishes.

“things are moving in the right direction. Rome has started to become more lenient over the last few years.” 
— Bp. Fellay —

Getting closer!


  1. Here is a man who would literally join Satan to avoid accepting sedevacantism.

  2. He has milked this issue for all it's worth but now looks a wreck of a man! Williamson has called him a "politician". Politician, yes. Traditional Catholic, no.

  3. Fellay has always wanted to sell out the SSPX to the counterfeit church.That he will do so under the reign of the apostate Francis, is telling. Those in this group will soon find out what happens when you deal with the Devil.

  4. Anyone remember the picture of Fr.Ratzinger & Bishop Fellay giving each other the Freemasonic handshake?
    Bishop Fellay accomplished his mission & the largest traditional catholic order has been absorbed by the Novus Ordo.
    Now,be weary if you belong to a traditional chapel.Their agents posing as traditional Catholic priests will now,little by little,start talking like Bishop Fellay did 17 Years ago.
    Be on guard as they will not rest until every chapel is destroyed and absorbed by the Novus Ordo.
    Yes,I firmly believe there are free masonic agents who are validily ordained traditional Catholic priests.