After straddling the fence between the ralliement and the Resistance for several years (making fairly public vacillations during that time in either direction), it appears the Capuchins of Morgon are falling off on the side of the ralliement to conciliar Rome:
Reports from France are that a priest of the Capuchins either will, or has, married an SSPX couple with the delegation for marriage having been granted by the local diocese.
That a Capuchin of Morgon would consent to obtaining such delegation certainly implies the permission (or command) of Fr. Antoine (Father Guardian of the Capuchins).
The preposterous example of a heretic priest performing weddings for once/semi-traditional Catholics indicates that not only have the Capuchins placed themselves under indirect diocesan control (at least with respect to this sacrament, and what now with regard to confessions and extreme unction?), but that by this example they are leading their faithful in the direction of unconverted Rome.
Their weakness and indecisiveness now makes them undependable (to say the least), and those who have remained faithful must now consider their posture vis-a-vis these Capuchins.
If the Resistance faithful have red-lighted SSPX weddings, does it stand to reason they must now also red-light Capuchin weddings?
Minimally, we must answer in the affirmative, at least with regard to any such weddings in which diocesan delegation has been obtained, and these Capuchins must now be viewed with the heightened suspicion which their compromise and vacillations have earned them.