Just for the record, I went to the website and took a peek. After collecting over 30 hollow, cult-like replies from readers, the following day, Fr. Z posted a single additional reply that does somewhat give his opinion on the topic, so to speak:
Fr. John Zuhlsdorf says:
15 March 2012 at 8:49 am
Everyone: Keep in mind that this whole entry has nothing to do with poor Fr. Guarnizo and his circumstances, unless of course he were to join the SSPX. At that point he would have no faculties to hear confessions except in cases of danger of death.
IOW no supplied jurisdiction, barring the most extreme emergency, and even then, for "hearing confessions" only. Notice: he didn't say anything about giving a valid absolution!
That post was shortly followed (24 hrs) by Diego's, which was the final post on this topic:
16 March 2012 at 8:22 am
Not merely pedantic, Rev. Zuhldsorf’s showboating repartee is disparaging, non-responsive, prideful, not at all Christ-like, not evidence of grace, not remotely priestly. It is not empty talk or trivial to discuss the matter of supplied jurisdiction, but a serious concern for many practicing Catholics. In these days of diabolical disorientation, who can be surprised that 32 of Rev. Zuhlsdorf’s devotees have cheered his proud tongue and failed to notice that his interlocutor deserved a charitable, substantive, and priestly response?
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