Now this is a new breed of cat:
Indultarian group receives ordination against will of local bishop, then gets suspended:https://gloria.tv/post/sqxRADTvQ6KY2UKEPacN66QYQ
It will be interesting to see if this new dynamic causes them to become more traditional.
If this prototype became a trend, it would spell the death of the conciliar church (eg., Just imagine if the Franciscan Friars suppressed and disbanded by Francis had, instead of complying, turned to Bishop Williamson).Bishop Refuses Roman Ordinations, Monastery Finds Solution
The English-speaking monastery [color=var(--link-fg, #1a73e8)]Saint Benoit in Brignoles
[/iurl], France, organised in April at a discrete location outside France "unauthorised" Roman Rite ordinations celebrated by a “senior prelate in unimpeded communion with the Holy See.”
The prelate ordained founding Prior Alcuin Reid who has been a deacon for several years to the priesthood and another monk to the diaconate. Saint Benoit in Brignoles is only a diocesan association of the faithful.
The Australian born prior is a liturgical scholar. His 2005 book The Organic Development of the Liturgy
carries a preface by Cardinal Ratzinger.
The monastery depended not always successfully on diocesan priests for the celebration of Mass. Three visitators recommended to ordain a monk, recently in December.
However, Fréjus-Toulon Bishop Dominique Rey, a good man, was unwilling to proceed with the ordinations. What Rey called “prudence” the monastery calls fear of repercussions increased by a recent apostolic visitation of the diocesan seminary. In January, Rey confirmed that he wouldn't proceed with ordinations.
The monastery justified the ordinations with the Church's extraordinary situation. Rey has "suspended" those ordained.#newsJspowwjcgd