Three or four of us spoke with the visiting priest after Mass , today. He's very nice, conservative, young-looking, (don't know how young he is).
I'm simplifying and putting this in my own words because I don't remember everything he said. We talked for one to two hours. We discussed the SSPX-Rome issue. Father said in July the two bishops made an agreement with Bishop Fellay, whether it's oral or written I don't know, that Bishop Fellay will not be able to do something like this on his own in the future.
He said Bishop Fellay did talk to the priests about his mistakes, but that it hasn't gotten out to the parishes.
Father also said he is sympathetic to Bishop Williamson, but believes the bishop should have been obedient and shut down E. C. I told Father that when it's a matter of the faith, we must obey God first and doesn't the bishop have the duty to defend the faith? Father looked at me like he was thinking.
I also told father that the resistance priests (the barking dogs) exemplified heroic virtue by warning the flock about an impending deal with the modernist Pope and cardinals. He didn't come out and say it in so many words, but I got the feeling he would expect the resistance priests to come back on their own, because of the agreement in July.
Anyway, I told him Bishop Fellay needs either to step down or make things right with everybody and that we no longer trust or have faith in him, maybe the people who still want to shake hands with modernism.
It was a very enjoyable day!
P. S. Do y'all find it strange when one good priest like Father Morel says you can go to SSPX masses until they mix the novus ordo with the latin and Father Pfeiffer says don't go because they're changing the faith? Like the coordinator said today. Even before Vat. II, priests did not all agree! Amen.