Friday, February 17, 2017

The SSPX weighs in on the pasquino against Francis and the fake L'Osservatore Romano



Is This a Proper Way to Combat the Crisis in the Church?


Further, and as we have touched on before, we cannot support this passive-aggressive and disrespectful method of "correcting" the Sovereign Pontiff. While privacy and confidentiality are not without their place, hiding behind a computer screen has, unfortunately, become an accepted method of public discource.  
Letters sent without signatures, anonymous emails, and posts on websites using pseudonyms are not done by men of fortitude and conviction in the truth. They are the acts of cowards, who like the mythological figure Eris, only seek to attain their goals - however noble they may be - through chaos.




...and who could forget the SSPX’s passive-aggressive satire?



6 comments:

  1. I'm so glad Fellay found something to condemn. W/all the heresy emanating from Rome what a time to buy a house at ground zero. +Lefebvre must be spinning in his grave unless he's been spinning since he died since he must know what Franny has on Fellay. But maybe Fellay is speaking for himself since sure his flock who thought they were following +Lefebvre aren't taking his turning over all of their bishops, priests, churches, seminaries and schools to the sodomite perverts lightly. What a two-faced liar!

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  2. The SSPX report states further in part:

    "And again, we could laugh too - if the subject was not so dramatic, if the person and function of the Pope were not involved, and if all this was not an expression of the chaos in Rome."

    I doubt this passage from St. Paul was meant to evoke laughter, but it is biting and certainly (to my mind) sarcastic:

    "You are now full; you are now become rich; you reign without us; and I would to God you did reign, that we also might reign with you. For I think that God hath set forth us apostles, the last, as it were men appointed to death: we are made a spectacle to the world, and to angels, and to men. We are fools for Christ' s sake, but you are wise in Christ; we are weak, but you are strong; you are honourable, but we without honour." 1 Corinthians 4:8-10

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  3. The SSPX is yesterday's paper.

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  4. Bp. Fellay's criticisms ring hollow in light of his desire to betray the SSPX into the hands of modernists.

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  5. The Doublethink of the neo-SSPX by Ignacio Kilmot

    http://ablf3.com/articles/the-doublethi ... eo-sspx.9/

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