Thank you for this letter. I quite understand. I apologize if my response is brief.
It is my opinion that regrettably few priests of the Fraternity understand the gravity of the current situation, both in the world and in the Fraternity. As you suggest, they are comfortable and somewhat blind. In particular, I am told Msgr Fellay does not like to hear talk about the Apocalypse. It is serious. Humanly judging, the Church will suffer even more, with the consent of God who wants to purify his Church. It takes blood to wash away sin, says St. Paul. We shall see blood.
Decisions taken with respect to your servant in the months of January and February show that the Fraternity is on a false path of conciliation with the united powers of the modernized Church and the world (the Jews). This is the path of Vatican II. Poor Msgr Fellay! But the true Church will survive... this much is clear.
For you, my advice would be not to join the Fraternity, but rather to cooperate with it. Keep your independence if you can, because it is my opinion that the Fraternity is in danger. If it overcomes the danger, then think about entering - but not before. The danger may last a while. You see very well how the same disease of the pre-conciliar period is now threatening the Fraternity. The same causes produce the same effects, and these causes of apostasy are more powerful than ever.
Father, I congratulate you for your clear vision: it is a gift, albeit an uncomfortable one, like that of Cassandra, which comes from God. A very precious gift because it allows you to act according to reality, and not according to liberal fantasies. Give thanks to God, pray peacefully, and be very faithful to the breviary - whether in Spanish or in Latin. I believe it to be the key to priestly perseverance. Do not omit to pray the holy rosary, and prepare your sheep for suffering. Ad astra per ardua! I shall offer a Mass for all your intentions.
+ Richard Williamson
Just one thing, in the link the person says "To an Argentinian priest from the Novus Ordo
who asks for your advice, you recommend that he should not join the SSPX." Nevertheless take note that this is inaccurate. Fr. Grosso was not Novus Ordo
at that time. He was a priest "friend of the Society" (if that is the correct term in English).