I hope there is room for them in Pfeifferville.
I hope they are joining the Resistance, yes.
I suppose right now the Pfeiffer ranch in Kentucky is the best equipped to house Resistance priests as a sort of "Resistance priory". And priests do need the companionship and moral support of fellow priests in their battles with the world. Abp. Lefebvre knew this, which is why he designed the SSPX around Priories.But we should all take heed to not place ALL our hopes in Fr. Pfeiffer. He is an excellent priest and his sermons are downright awesome
, but he might have fatal flaws like all of us -- for example, being irrationally loyal to a given layman.
Such could be his undoing. If that happens, we will have to continue to keep the Faith and not give up.
Remember in Greek mythology, Achilles was dipped in an "invincibility" potion, but they had to hold him by his heel when they dipped him in it. So he was vulnerable in that one spot -- the Achilles' Heel. Guess where he got shot with an arrow?
Let's not set ourselves up for massive disappointment by treating Fr. Pfeiffer like he's "The One" or something.
Would he even want that?
Since this is CathInfo, I have to spell out everything I'm trying to say (and spell out what I'm NOT trying to say).What I advocate:
Love, support, and attend the Masses of Fr. Pfeiffer. Spread the word about the Resistance, record the sermons of Fr. Pfeiffer and the other Resistance priests, post them online, and encourage people to attend Masses of all the Resistance priests. Support him with volunteer work, money, and prayers.What I advise against:
Forming a cult of personality around him. Don't worship the man. He's just ONE priest. And though he is very holy, he may yet have flaws. Not even sins, mind you -- just flaws. Like trusting the wrong person, etc.