This speaks to the point made by Bishop Williamson, who asserted that spiritual benefit could be derived from attendance at the Novus Ordo Mass. Now, if I believed that the Novus Ordo Mass were unquestionably valid, then I too might avail myself of receiving Holy Communion there during the week. [In point of fact, I consider it to be positively doubtful and therefore will not receive ... except in danger of death, where doubtful Sacraments may be received if they are all that's available. But, since I am not the Church, I cannot bind someone else's conscience with this personal conviction.] Most Traditional Catholics are not aware that Pope St. Pius X himself gave permission for Catholics living in Orthodox areas to seek the Sacraments from the Orthodox ... provided they took measures to avoid doctrinal contamination and scandal. At the end of the day, it is the Catholic Church which has power over the Sacraments, even those held hostage by schismatics and heretics, so Pope St. Pius X was perfectly right to make this allowance. It's as if he was effectively commanding the Orthodox to provide the Sacraments which properly belong to the Church to faithful Catholics.