From Unbrandable @ cor - mariae . proboards . com
For those who read french, the Dominicans of Avrille just opened a new website in June. They seem to be posting new articles on it each week. Here is the link: www.dominicainsavrille.fr/
Interestingly, on June 23rd, they posted the February 27th conference of Bishop Fellay in Flavigny to the Priors and were told by Menzingen to take it off. Here is what they said:
The conference of Bishop Fellay on February 27th in Flavigny was taken off the site on June 23rd, following a fax
They still use faxes? Well, the nice thing about a fax is, you've got a hard copy.
sent the same day by the Secretary General of the Society of St. Pius X, who said:
"This text does not belong to you and you do not have the right to circulate it without authorization. Bishop Fellay asks you to take it off as soon as possible."
Read more: http : // cor - mariae . proboards . com / thread / 1970 / avrill - dominicans - call - leaders - sspx # ixzz35u952ZcA
So that conference must have some pretty objectionable information in it!
And what gets posted on the Dominicans' website is watched.
The hawks of Menzingen watch it, like, well, like a hawk
+F must have said something in that conference in Flavigny that he regrets!
(That is, he no doubt regrets being held responsible for the content.
-- He does not, however regret having said it at the time, because his purpose at any time, is to create a reality in the mind of his listener,
and once that is a achieved, its purpose is fulfilled. The problem comes when anyone is able to reference those words at some time in the future; therefore, his 'solution' to this problem is to claim copyright privilege of the material, and to threaten with legal action anyone who would reproduce the sensitive material for all the world to see, and, if anyone does so, he could thereafter deny the claim and accuse the offender of having 'misquoted' him or 'spread errors'. Notice too, +F isn't going to accuse them of "Internet rumour" in this context, because then he would be making a verifiable reference to what he MEANS when he says "Internet rumour,"
and he has never once exemplified what he means by that. And he's not likely to start now, or anytime soon!)