Ok, Mr. G, forget Fr. Gommar for a minute, then. Here is just a sample of very many letters Archbishop Lefebvre sent the Pope asking for a solution, which H.G. says is the 7th letter, "May God come to your aid to restore to the Church the position and the rights which are Her due, for the glory of God and the salvation of souls. Please allow me to tell Your Holiness of the grief suffered by those thousands of priests and millions of the faithful who are desirous of preserving intact their Catholic Faith and of receiving the graces that they need so as to remain members of the Mystical Body of Our Lord, and who because of their fidelity are persecuted and despised by those who ought to encourage and comfort them. In the hope that at least the universal Father of the faithful will recognize their fidelity and their devotion to the Apostolic See, they await impatiently the result of proceedings undertaken with Your Holiness by the Society of St. Pius X.
Yet this is the seventh letter in two years which I send to Your Holiness; many a times, at your request, I have gone to talk to Cardinal Seper and Cardinal Palazzini. No reply, no solution has come to light so far."https://www.sspxasia.com/Documents/Archbishop-Lefebvre/Apologia/Vol_three/Chapter_39.htm
The Bishops of the SSPX have the right to do what their Saintly Founder did; to ask for the complete remedy of the injustices, but also be willing to accept temporarily, something less than ideal.
I quote Bishop Fellay's words for you referring to Archbishop Lefebvre's precedent, "when we compare the arguments given by Archbishop Lefebvre at that time we draw the conclusion that he would not have hesitated to accept what is being proposed to us. Let us not loose that sense of the Church, which was so strong in our venerated founder ... to refuse to work in the vineyard because there are still many weeds that risk stifling and obstructing the vine runs up against a notable lesson from the Bible: it is Our Lord Himself Who gives us to understand with His parable of the chaff that there will always be in one form or another weeds to be pulled up and fought against in His Church ... Our venerable founder gave to the Society bishops a task and precise duties. He made clear that the principle of unity in our Society is the Superior General ... We are praying hard for each of you that we may find ourselves all together once again in this fight which is far from over, for the greater glory of God and for love of our dear Society.
May Our Risen Lord and Our Lady deign to protect and bless you,
One Bishop does not make the Church.
First, declare your belief in Pope St. Pius X's Oath against Modernism, which teaches us, among other things, "I firmly hold, then, and shall hold to my dying breath the belief of the Fathers in the charism of truth, which certainly is, was, and always will be in the succession of the episcopacy from the apostles." Do you believe this and pledge to believe it to your dying breath, as the Pope commanded us? You give the appearance of believing differently - in a defectible church that lost apostolicity, where there are not at least a few good Catholic Bishops left, and that the Charism of the Truth of Faith has been lost forever. I don't believe you. I believe the Church.
Schneider is a new ordination rite priest ordained and consecrated by new formula bishops, he may just be a laymen like you.
The new rites for episcopal consecration and priestly ordination were quoted and the question discussed here, studying the deviation from the traditional rites. https://www.cathinfo.com/crisis-in-the-church/question-about-new-rite-of-no/105/
Father Pierre Marie has explained it. Show us the research you have done if you want to bind the Bishops and Priests of the Society to a different conclusion. Btw, if a layman has personal doubts, he is entirely free to seek out Bishops and Priests Consecrated and Ordained in the traditional rite. But he is not free to presume to pass judgment on the new rite for others, which only our Bishops and Priests have the right to do, after investigating carefully all the specific details of the individual case. Fr. Marie also gave another reason the new rite can't be per se invalid, as you would know, if you had ready that study and conclusion which conclusively demonstrated the reality over a decade ago.
You are a brainwashed young man living in a dream world (or maybe you seek to make a living from the conciliar church and have to defend it to stay in business).
Thanks for your insults and taunts. May God bless you and yours, and I forgive your rash judgment. I have less than nothing to prove to you, but here are the facts. I had a successful career in the corporate world, and worked in a top company called BNY Mellon for a couple of years. But I will be leaving it behind to pursue a vocation in the SSPX because I believe that is what God has called me to do. The essence of consecrated and religious life is taught in the Gospel call, "Which when Jesus had heard, he said to him: Yet one thing is wanting to thee. Sell all whatever thou hast and give to the poor: and thou shalt have treasure in heaven. And come, follow me" (Luk 18:22). Rather than hurl abuses at others, strive to attain the perfection you are called to in your own state of life.