Can you direct me to the part wherein you see holiness again?
Ok, but it's not just me, but several others who saw holiness in this incident as well, as the websites given document. Many regarded Archbishop Lefebvre also as a living Saint, even a Priest who didn't fully agree with the Saintly Archbishop venerated him and used to say, “His face radiated holiness, and after meeting him I understood why artists portrayed saints with a halo.” https://catholicismpure.wordpress.com/2018/06/22/archbishop-lefebvres-sermon-at-lille-france-30-years-ago/
Fr. Garrigou Lagrange enlists certain signs of predestination, "The Fathers, especially John Chrysostom, Augustine, Gregory the Great, Bernard, and Anselm, according to certain statements of Holy Scripture, pointed out several signs of predestination often enumerated by the theologians as follows: (1) a good life; (2) the testimony of a conscience that is free from serious sins and prepared rather to die than offend God grievously; (3) patience in adversities endured for the love of God; ..." The 3rd is what is manifested in Bp. Fellay here, which is why he justly wins the veneration of so many of the faithful, for being a good shepherd to the flock.
Which part? This especially, "The faithful present were astonished. How was it that this holy man smiled through the pain of a broken foot and yet rejoiced over obstacles put into his way? (One lady present said later that she had once had a broken foot; she confessed that she was not able to sleep all night because of how much it hurt.) And how was it that he ignored his suffering and did not allow such obstacles to hinder him from performing what might have otherwise be seen as only a small ceremony for just three children?
It was not much later that we were given a little more insight into Bishop Fellay’s deeply rooted conviction and principles. As soon as he was able to perform the ceremony – he had to be seated carefully – his eyes lit up even more. He completely focused his attention on the little children, looking only into their eyes – and quite intensely so – in order to explain to them the greatness of the Sacrament of Confirmation. His eyes were radiant and glowing when he explained to the children with words they could understand what they were about to receive. The warmth of his gaze toward the little ones was touching, as were his smile and tone of voice. It was quite a witness to us adults, seeing how a man of his stature paid no heed whatsoever to the adults around him, and how he gave his best to prepare the hearts of the little ones for the sacrament, and in a language that they might understand. Bishop Fellay had no prepared remarks, yet he cheerfully and with great concentration spoke for about twenty minutes or so, in what was for him a foreign language, and all without any sign of rushing or impatience. He was fully present for the children, acting as a supreme pastor for their souls."
I believe the first site is run by a spiritual daughter of Archbishop Lefebvre. One Peter Five are Catholics who are becoming increasingly traditional mainly because of seeing good fruits and authentic Traditional Catholic witness in Bishop Fellay and others like him. They recently hosted this article, despite some criticism after it, "PRIESTS: If you still offer the Novus Ordo, it’s time to stop.
The wind is changing. Return your flocks to the objective liturgical tradition of the Church; render to God the worship owed to Him, and render to the faithful what is theirs by right: that timeless treasury of ars celebrandi
and the countless graces of our priceless heritage in the traditional Mass. If you don’t know it, learn it. Start today. We know that you may suffer for this, but the faithful remaining through the growing darkness are prepared to help you. And remember: you signed up for the Cross. You’re a priest. Your principal task is to render worthy sacrifice unto God. Regarding the cura animarum
, right worship still remains the most significant of your duties toward the faithful – before parish programs, enrollment goals, and all else. If God’s children go hungry, deprived of that supernatural nourishment granted by a Mass grown organically over centuries of faithful devotion, it will be because you chose to feed them with a modernist construct designed by the faithless. Are you prepared to render an account for such withholding from God and His people?" and for the laity "Find an FSSP or ICKSP or other TLM community, and get over there." and "In fifty years, we have little doubt that the “traditional Latin Mass” (TLM) will once again be our dominant (if not exclusive, please God) liturgical practice around the globe. Indeed, this trend is already observable." (please see the site for the links on the trend) https://onepeterfive.com/pope-new-rite-youth-synod/
Providence spoke by this accident, and in breaking his footThis is unprovable speculation. One can say the same thing about any misfortune that befalls any of us. No one can say for sure, without special revelation, that some Cross was directly from God. But bearing a Cross well is indeed a sign of predestination and a mark of sanctity.
Bishop Fellay mentioned another "signal grace" that the Blessed Virgin gave the Society recently. A man who was praying to Our Lady of Guadalupe, distressed over the crisis in the Church for many years, asked Her to lead him and and pleaded for a sign where to go. She led him to the SSPX, and on the Altar there was an image of Our Lady of Gaudalupe. He was thrilled and thanked Her for the Grace. This, I believe, was in 2015. Bishop Fellay mentioned it in a very recent sermon or interview. I believe I posted it here before. I'll try to find it later on. God has not left the SSPX by any means. The real way forward is for the Resistance to re-unite with the Society. Some of you made predictions years ago that the SSPX would be saying the new mass by now that has been proven wrong.