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Offline John Grace

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Rome rejects SSPX
« Reply #75 on: March 25, 2012, 06:09:56 PM »
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    Hopefully by April 16th, 2012 we shall know once and for all whether the SSPX has rejected Modernist Rome, and then can try and pick up the pieces and get on with our lives with or without this Society.


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    God willing.I don't wish to cause an argument but I believe Bishop Fellay and others have betrayed Archbishop Lefebvre. I am opposed to a deal. I'm certainly going to increase my prayers between now and then.

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    Rome rejects SSPX
    « Reply #76 on: March 27, 2012, 02:39:21 AM »
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    Hopefully by April 16th, 2012 we shall know once and for all whether the SSPX has rejected Modernist Rome, and then can try and pick up the pieces and get on with our lives with or without this Society.


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    God willing.I don't wish to cause an argument but I believe Bishop Fellay and others have betrayed Archbishop Lefebvre. I am opposed to a deal. I'm certainly going to increase my prayers between now and then.


    The other three SSPX bishops do not seem to be in favour of an agreement with Rome. A French website claims that 98% of the SSPX is against a deal. If this is true then it does seem that Bishop Fellay has enormous power as Superior-General and can ride roughshod over majority views and opinions.


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    « Reply #77 on: March 27, 2012, 05:06:46 AM »
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    The other three SSPX bishops do not seem to be in favour of an agreement with Rome. A French website claims that 98% of the SSPX is against a deal. If this is true then it does seem that Bishop Fellay has enormous power as Superior-General and can ride roughshod over majority views and opinions.


    If this is true, then Bishop Fellay could only do this for so long before he finds himself to be a king with no kingdom. Being a Superior-General, again, is a political title. Yes, people swear allegiance to him but as in all things they belong to God first. I think rather that Bishop Fellay, as ambitious as he is said to be, can't be so foolish as to lead where no one will follow.


     

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