Here comes the good part: The sermon!
1) He begins by explaining that, despite his rejection of Feeneyism and sedevacantism, nevertheless, Webster agreed to consecrate him, and therefore from henceforth, until he dies he shall mention Webster in the Mass (i.e., instead of the local bishop??) until he dies...like a sede would. Hmm...
2) bσɱbSHELL: He then states that because of the defect in the essential form, Webster repeated the essential form (i.e., conditionally reconsecrated)!!!!!!!