For all of you SSPX traditionalists who left your diocese Traditional Latin Indult mass when you learned that the new Novus Ordo ordinations (and the new Novus Ordo formula for consecration bishops) may not create priests or bishops, that your “priest” offering the Latin Mass may not be a priest, I have some news. Also for those that left the Fraternity of St. Peter for the same reason:
The Sanford Florida Priory chapel is now offering the Indult Mass, complete with a Novus Ordo ordained “priest” performing the Latin Mass. The “priest” was formerly doing the same at the SSPX Phoenix chapel. The congregation is Sanford Florida can now go to confession and receive host consecrated by this priest. I believe the “priest” left the Novus Ordo, so he not only may not be a priest, but he is in schism with the Novus Ordo Sect that calls itself the Catholic church.
He’ s been their one month but nobody knows that he is a Novus Ordo ordained priest, because the prior has not said anything, moreover, practically nobody even knows his name because it was only announced like once if that.
Welcome to the indult mass at the Sanford SSPX chapel.
Now, for that “priest” a friendly suggestion, if were conditionally ordained in the old rite by a traditional consecration formula bishop, please announce it from the pulpit. If you are not, then go do it right away, and you will eliminate any doubts. Don’t be a hardhead; it is the only way you will be fully accepted by real traditionalist. By the way, your sermons are excellent, but so would mine be, but I am not a priest, I know that for sure, but we do not know for sure if you are, so get rid of our doubt and get conditionally ordained.
P.S. - Notice I say may not be a priest and I talk about doubt. That doubt can never be removed, it will never go away (except in the unlikely event that God decides to turn a valid priest green). Until then, get conditionally ordained and announce the good news boldly.