Very nice "interview" with a great deal of practical wisdom. Should be stickied. I agree almost 100%. Catholics should be firmly united in faith and love with each other, resolved to grow deeper in union with God each day, and advance in grace and holiness; all the while firmly focused on working for restoration in Rome and the Church. I mostly agree with the mainstream SSPX and firmly believe that exorcism where it was said, "After a long struggle, Econe will triumph". But lately I've been thinking the "Feeneyite" (that's a misnomer, it's really the Augustinian position - St. Augustine said, "Perish the thought that one predestined to eternal life could be allowed to end this life without the Sacrament of the Mediator" [Absit enim, ut praedestinatus ad vitam sine Sacramento Mediatoris finire permittatur hanc vitam](Aug. c. Julianum. 5, 4, 14) - at the same time, not denying, that Cornelius had received Baptism of Desire, as a catechumen, and then also Baptism in Water, in Acts in the Bible - the Church has also said St. Augustine's teaching on grace and predestination is absolutely safe and may be freely held and taught) issue is misunderstood and the Augustinian position is legitimate. The Thomistic teaching is great as well (all men predestined for salvation will receive the grace to become Christians before the end of their lives) and both of these can and should be openly preached for the Church to be restored. If Church authorities were not teaching that not only Jews and Muslims and pagans, but also atheists and agnostics and secularists could be saved without converting, much of the current crisis would not have happened. But I wholly agree with "For my purposes, every non-Catholic needs to be converted to the Traditional Catholic Faith and water baptized, period. That will be my recommendation for 100% of potential converts I come across." Also really like, "I'd like to remind everyone that we are all Catholics trying to do our best to please God and get ourselves and our families to heaven."