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Bishop Fellay did sign a Doctrinal deal with Rome.
« on: June 14, 2013, 10:29:40 PM »
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  • It just came out that Bishop Fellay already had signed a Doctrinal Deal BEFORE his desired practical deal.

    That is quite a statement.

    Fr. Chazal and Bishop Williamson stated on June 5, 2013, within a conference they had in Singapore, that in plain sight, Bishop Fellay’s 2012 Doctrinal Declaration that was leaked in 2013 was in fact THE Doctrinal deal with conciliar Rome.

    As we have been saying much about the contents of Bishop Fellay’s treasonous 2012 Doctrinal Declaration, that to look at it -IN PLAIN SIGHT- that this was the “unspoken” deal at the end of the SSPX–Rome talks of 2009-2011, it is was THE MAIN kahuna is another big story.

    (@46:20 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t61fZ9QBCyE&feature=youtu.be   )

    Fr. Chazal: “We have been fighting teeth and nail against a practical deal, and to our great surprise, we wake up in 2013 with the evidence that the Doctrinal deal happened before the practical deal.”

    Bishop Williamson: “Bishop Fellay has already given away on Doctrine.  I think that is true.  It is clear in the Doctrinal Declaration.  He gives away on the Council; on the Mass; on Canon Law; profession of Faith; Lumen Gentium 25; Sacraments.  It is just not good.  It is just not good.”

    The “jackaling” of Bishop Fellay of bouncing back and forth to serve “two masters” over the last year: one of conciliar Rome and the other to appease Tradition, becomes another deep diving event of waking up to the realities that we have been deceived again.

    Time bombs planted in Vatican II; time bombs planted in Bishop Fellay’s Documents.

    In Bishop Fellay’s secrecy, as Fr. Chazal has said, “The course of the ship has been set on a different angle and that set up has not been modified [since then].  The Doctrinal set up [of the SSPX] has been changed.”  

    Whether Bishop Fellay’s April 15, 2012 Doctrinal Declaration was signed by Rome or not, is not the point.  Bishop Fellay, and his other leaders, had consented to conciliar Rome’s Doctrinal talks of 2009-2011 with a following Doctrinal Declaration on April 15, 2012, ACKNOWLEDGING, from the exchange of those talks, that Vatican II’s documents can be interpreted “in the light of Tradition”, the concession to the “Legitimacy” of Paul VI Novus Ordo mass, acceptance of Canon Law, acceptance of Vatican II’s profession of faith, etc.  all of this is in the hoped for conclusion of Bishop Fellay; who had stated on many occasions in 2012, including in Feb. 2013 when Benedict XVI was “resigning” from being a Pope, Bishop Fellay hoped for him to sign a deal before he left the Chair.

    Bishop Fellay’s (Menzingen’s), April 15, 2012 Doctrinal Declaration was the concluded Declaration of the SSPX of those 2009-2011 exchanges to be signed by both parties for an official DOCTRINAL deal; then immediately to follow, to jump on the hoped for practical deal in order to be “regularized” in the “conciliar” church.

    We have been slighted and duped again.

    Offline Neil Obstat

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    Bishop Fellay did sign a Doctrinal deal with Rome.
    « Reply #1 on: June 15, 2013, 02:52:45 AM »
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    This is a really good extemporaneous conference talk.  I wish they could
    have covered up the picture of that squatting woman behind his head.
    That's going to be there as a permanent fixture of this video.  I'm a bit
    surprised that would be on the door in a room where they have an altar
    set up.  And what's with the stupid phone ringing?  Are these people idiots?

    When the bishop comes to speak YOU UNPLUG THE DAMNED PHONE.

    They're saying that +Fellay already had made doctrinal concessions before
    he signed his AFD last year.  The AFD itself contains the summary of those
    concessions, which Fr. Chazal and +W surmise had been previously worked
    out, at least verbally (they don't rule out written, though) with modernist
    Rome.  

    They make the outspoken accusation, that +F is a politician, one who is
    a "pathological liar" (22:22), and yet he's the head of a Catholic Society of
    truth -- how can this be?

    You can't believe anything he says, because he only says things that he
    knows that his present audience wants to hear.  If you ask him to give a
    talk, he wants to know who is going to hear it so he can parse his words
    for their ears, and not say to them what he would say to someone else.  

    Lots of great stuff in this extemporaneous conference, and it's not very long.
    One hour.  Time well spent.


    Regarding this principle of knowing his audience, or being too concerned
    with what someone else might think of what you're doing, I know a trad
    priest who met +Fellay at a public gathering and had the chance to speak
    with him for a moment.  He says the whole time, +F was looking around
    the room, as if he were much more interested in who was watching him
    speak to this priest, than he was in the content of the conversation itself.
    The priest had the most telling impression that he could only have a small
    portion of +F's attention, because most of his attention was elsewhere, on
    more 'important' things.

    In my mind, this is an earmark of a Liberal, who thinks of a conversation
    as useful for what he can do with it, and to the extent that he cannot
    control every aspect of it, is much less interested.  +F gives the impression
    that he's giving his full attention when he's speaking at the podium, but
    that is just an act, because then he has the control of the conversation,
    and he's the only one talking.  As soon as you have questions coming
    from the crowd, he gets worried, and gropes for control again.  If you
    put him in a round-table discussion, he is like a fish out of water unless
    he has control of the whole group.  There is no give and take with him.
    It is all control -- either he has it, or he is not happy.  



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    Bishop Fellay did sign a Doctrinal deal with Rome.
    « Reply #2 on: June 15, 2013, 08:11:54 AM »
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    that we have been deceived again.



    Let us all take heed lest it happen again.

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    Bishop Fellay did sign a Doctrinal deal with Rome.
    « Reply #3 on: June 15, 2013, 11:48:17 AM »
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  • It's grim news, yes, but on the battlements we have to get ourselves accustomed to it. I'm hardly surprised only strengthened and realise much more what a coward I was until very recently about the Society-  Bp. Fellay says one thing and means another, he's (with all his gang) a sort of clerical Janus, as his underhand dealings with GREC and Rome show.
    Old-fashioned is good, modern is suicidal.
    - Bishop Richard N. Williamson.

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    Bishop Fellay did sign a Doctrinal deal with Rome.
    « Reply #4 on: June 15, 2013, 11:54:30 AM »
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  • If you'll excuse my optimism, I'm forced to conclude that "it could have been worse" without God's intervention/protection. Especially considering the magnitude of the willingness to betray and change the SSPX.

    What if Pope Benedict XVI had signed the deal before he resigned?



    I don't know what people WANTED to have happen instead of what happened today -- but keep in mind FREE WILL. The individual SSPX Catholics (who want a deal) can't have their Free Will violated, nor can Bp. Fellay, Fr. Pfluger, Krah -- the list goes on.

    Remember, Vatican II was the same way. It wasn't just a corruption at the top -- it was a corruption ALL OVER, including and especially the laymen at the bottom. Vatican II is what people wanted all along. They wanted more and more to be accepted by the modern world.

    Sounds like the SSPX circa 2011. You can't have more and more worldliness, compromise, and dissonance in the lives of countless SSPX Catholics and still have the SSPX cruise along for decades on end with no problems.
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    Bishop Fellay did sign a Doctrinal deal with Rome.
    « Reply #5 on: June 15, 2013, 11:59:18 AM »
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  • And it's not just the number of "worldly" trads that allowed this to happen, but the greater number of IGNORANT and UNINFORMED trads, who never managed to learn what the SSPX is all about -- what Archbishop Lefebvre did, taught, and stood for.

    These are the ones who keep trusting, even after they shouldn't.

    This latter category would include all the "good people" we know who are insanely sanguine or "optimistic" that it will all work out.

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    Bishop Fellay did sign a Doctrinal deal with Rome.
    « Reply #6 on: June 15, 2013, 08:33:47 PM »
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    If you'll excuse my optimism, I'm forced to conclude that "it could have been worse" without God's intervention/protection. Especially considering the magnitude of the willingness to betray and change the SSPX.

    What if Pope Benedict XVI had signed the deal before he resigned?



    I think if B16 had signed the deal back then we could still have 3 Bishops, a BIG chunk of priests of the SSPX and therefore a better position for a toe to toe fight against the liberals; but then again this is just my opinion.

    At the same token God could care less about the toe measure, he'll give us the victory regardless... and that's comforting.

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    Bishop Fellay did sign a Doctrinal deal with Rome.
    « Reply #7 on: June 16, 2013, 12:16:14 AM »
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  • Quote from: Neil Obstat
    and yet he's the head of a Catholic Society of
    truth -- how can this be?


    Don't you see these things have to come to pass?  Even the traditional movement will become withered like the fig tree.  

    Be assured that the Blessed Virgin will set all things right.


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    « Reply #8 on: June 16, 2013, 03:39:53 AM »
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    And it's not just the number of "worldly" trads that allowed this to happen, but the greater number of IGNORANT and UNINFORMED trads, who never managed to learn what the SSPX is all about -- what Archbishop Lefebvre did, taught, and stood for.

    These are the ones who keep trusting, even after they shouldn't.

    This latter category would include all the "good people" we know who are insanely sanguine or "optimistic" that it will all work out.


    I wouldn't regard her as "wordly" but yesterday I encountered a woman,who told me Bishop Fellay hasn't sold out nor will he ever sell out.

    Given that she also attends the Indult from time to time, I find her statement remarkable.She fits the bill of what the neo sspx stands for

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    « Reply #9 on: June 16, 2013, 06:56:49 AM »
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  • Utter self-delusion and a slow selling out to the Council? I really do think Bp. Fellay was offered to be another Cardinal Burke - scarlet cappa magna and no doctrine. The neo-SSPX will sate themselves on the beauty of the Mass of Ages but none of the substance.

    It's surely a terrible time we live in when you might have the outward appearance of Tradition but no doctrine. The SSPX and the other little oysters toddling along beside the Roman Walrus and the Menzingen Carpenter will be helpless. Gobble gobble gobble. A Newmass to fit a Newsociety, but both without any doctrine whatever. The Modernists will inveigle traditionalists out of the shell by false concessions and then they've got us at their mercy.
    Old-fashioned is good, modern is suicidal.
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    « Reply #10 on: June 16, 2013, 07:34:15 AM »
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    Utter self-delusion and a slow selling out to the Council? I really do think Bp. Fellay was offered to be another Cardinal Burke - scarlet cappa magna and no doctrine. The neo-SSPX will sate themselves on the beauty of the Mass of Ages but none of the substance.

    It's surely a terrible time we live in when you might have the outward appearance of Tradition but no doctrine. The SSPX and the other little oysters toddling along beside the Roman Walrus and the Menzingen Carpenter will be helpless. Gobble gobble gobble. A Newmass to fit a Newsociety, but both without any doctrine whatever. The Modernists will inveigle traditionalists out of the shell by false concessions and then they've got us at their mercy.

    Cardinal Burke is well respected among sections of SSPX faithful in Ireland.He is pro-life.That is what matters.He is friend of Tradition.

    I'm not a fan of Cardinal Burke though am in the minority.You would struggle in Ireland to hear SSPX people speak badly of him.

    Burke,Pell and Dolan are three "good guys" in Rome.


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    « Reply #11 on: June 16, 2013, 11:51:27 AM »
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  • Quote from: Matthew
    If you'll excuse my optimism, I'm forced to conclude that "it could have been worse" without God's intervention/protection. Especially considering the magnitude of the willingness to betray and change the SSPX.

    What if Pope Benedict XVI had signed the deal before he resigned?



    I don't know what people WANTED to have happen instead of what happened today -- but keep in mind FREE WILL. The individual SSPX Catholics (who want a deal) can't have their Free Will violated, nor can Bp. Fellay, Fr. Pfluger, Krah -- the list goes on.

    Remember, Vatican II was the same way. It wasn't just a corruption at the top -- it was a corruption ALL OVER, including and especially the laymen at the bottom. Vatican II is what people wanted all along. They wanted more and more to be accepted by the modern world.

    Sounds like the SSPX circa 2011. You can't have more and more worldliness, compromise, and dissonance in the lives of countless SSPX Catholics and still have the SSPX cruise along for decades on end with no problems.


    Well, Mathew, I will not question your optimism!! And, we certainly won't question the way Our Lady brought a tremendous halt to the proceedings, using her rosaries like that !
       However, a great part of me wishes that it actually happened-- that they publicly signed a deal, that the sodomite and perverted bishops and cardinals and rabbis in Rome and New York City all rose  up in great exclamation and welcomed "back" the recalcitrant SSPX-- then we'd have a much better chance of waking people up.
       Seems the remnant is getting smaller and smaller. This "slow cooking" of he frog is boiling away the zeal of many formerly "traditional" Catholics.

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    « Reply #12 on: June 16, 2013, 12:01:13 PM »
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    If you'll excuse my optimism, I'm forced to conclude that "it could have been worse" without God's intervention/protection. Especially considering the magnitude of the willingness to betray and change the SSPX.

    What if Pope Benedict XVI had signed the deal before he resigned?



    I don't know what people WANTED to have happen instead of what happened today -- but keep in mind FREE WILL. The individual SSPX Catholics (who want a deal) can't have their Free Will violated, nor can Bp. Fellay, Fr. Pfluger, Krah -- the list goes on.

    Remember, Vatican II was the same way. It wasn't just a corruption at the top -- it was a corruption ALL OVER, including and especially the laymen at the bottom. Vatican II is what people wanted all along. They wanted more and more to be accepted by the modern world.

    Sounds like the SSPX circa 2011. You can't have more and more worldliness, compromise, and dissonance in the lives of countless SSPX Catholics and still have the SSPX cruise along for decades on end with no problems.


    Well, Mathew, I will not question your optimism!! And, we certainly won't question the way Our Lady brought a tremendous halt to the proceedings, using her rosaries like that !
       However, a great part of me wishes that it actually happened-- that they publicly signed a deal, that the sodomite and perverted bishops and cardinals and rabbis in Rome and New York City all rose  up in great exclamation and welcomed "back" the recalcitrant SSPX-- then we'd have a much better chance of waking people up.
       Seems the remnant is getting smaller and smaller. This "slow cooking" of he frog is boiling away the zeal of many formerly "traditional" Catholics.



    Our Lady and the letter of the three Bishops gave Rome a fright for certain. Yesterday, I had SSPX laity ask me did I see such and such on EWTN. I didn't as I don't watch it but left me wondering of the calibre of Society priests if laity are influenced by 'Women of Grace'. I am vaguely aware of Johnnette S. Benkovic. I would have to question the likes of Colleen Hammond giving conferences. I accept her book has made an impact.

    I told a girl once, I regarded 'Theology of the Body' as pornographic.

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    « Reply #13 on: June 16, 2013, 12:05:56 PM »
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    and rabbis in Rome and New York City all rose  up in great exclamation and welcomed "back" the recalcitrant SSPX-- then we'd have a much better chance of waking people up.


    The great irony by some in the SSPX is that they promote 'Alive' newspapers  that praises these rabbis and yet often in same publication the 'Lefebvrians' are mentioned and how they must come home to Rome.

    For fun, we should have a laugh and have a hug a rabbi day. Love,love,love.Join the 'Chocolate Club'

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    « Reply #14 on: June 16, 2013, 12:32:38 PM »
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  • A sheet was passed around at the Bishop Williamson conference in Ireland entitled 'Subjectivism Ravages The Church'. A conference on Pascendi.

    The Bishop discussed in depth the objective reality and the subjectivised.

     

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