Sean Johnson has some great news for us --
Fr. Chazal just dropped this nuclear hydrogen bomb in an email to me (published with permission):
The Capuchins of Morgon wrote a 200 page treatise which they sent to Bishop Fellay and all SSPX superiors (before the June meeting of superiors), declaring they will reject any accord with unconverted Rome, and moreover, that if Bishop Fellay continues to refuse to ordain their candidates, they will avail themselves of Bishop Faure.
I did not know that Bishop Fellay was still refusing to ordain Morgon's candidates. In fact, I thought a couple years back, they made a tour of the USA with the SSPX (i.e., The SSPX was showing off its new pet).
Nevertheless, what follows below is Fr. Chazal's account.
Meanwhile, I continue to try to secure a copy of Morgon's treatise.
The treatise is big, I saw it on the desk of a sspx confrere, and it is against the canonical agreement.
Perhaps, but it is just a guess, Fr Joseph* had a hand in it, but it is endorsed by Fr Antoine.
Bishop Fellay received it in his Chapter of Martigny and closed his eyes.
For my part, I wrote to them that the deal is already effective at the canonical level, in a secret symbiotic way.
But it remains the thesis of the treaty, (quite huge, 100 pages, small print, two columns), is our position, and looks to be aimed at that Fr Celier's secret treaty of Archbishoplefebvrology, that poisoned the minds of so many superiors some years back.
Moreover, Fr Stehlin is unilaterally taking over the Militia Immaculatae, which was run by the Capuchins (a move reminiscent of the menzingerial moves against Avrille).
Then, Morgon has issued the ultimatum that if their candidates continue to be barred from the priesthood, Morgon will call Bishop Faure, whom they trust.
And there are plenty of other incidents, and the third order is very favorable to the Resistance.
My own Brother, Brother Nicholas, says he totally agrees with our position.
Unfortunately, I could not find the time to visit him.
It will all be done the Capuchin way, I trust.
Suaviter ac fortiter.
You can publish this if you want.
In Iesu et Maria,
PS: Just for clarification, the "Fr Joseph" that Fr. Chazal refers to in his email is Fr. Joseph (de Cacqueray).