Interesting prophecy in Sean Johnson's article (i.e., the latest post in the CCCC thread):
"When the day comes that you see the indultarian and SSPX Chartres Pilgrimages for Tradition marching in the same direction, understand that there is much more symbolism there than meets the eye."
Today in France, it is being reported that SSPXers participated in a pilgrimage (where among other things, they venerated the "Saint" who "excommunicated" their founder!):
"We will consult with interest the report of FSSPX-News on the pilgrimage of March 10 to Cotignac (Var) for the 500th anniversary of these apparitions:
The process of discreet rallying, in small steps, is therefore continuing before our eyes.
A thousand pilgrims of the Fraternity came "to seek the plenary indulgence attached this year to the sanctuary".
To obtain it, we made the "jubilee journey" approved by the "good" Bishop of Toulon, Mgr Dominique Rey. And seven pergolas were piously recollected "presenting the life and spirituality of saints of the 19th and 20th centuries, illustrating three by three the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit: Padre Pio, Maximilien Kolbe, Elisabeth of the Trinity, Louis and Zélie Martin..." These are certainly excellent examples, but... with the exception of St Gemma Galgani and St Maria Goretti, all beatified or canonized by the Council Popes according to the new procedures in force, those that have also made it possible to "canonize" John XXIII, Paul VI, and John Paul II without difficulty, not to mention Bishop Oscar Romero!
To make matters worse, the FSSPX-News report "forgets" to specify that the false "Saint John Paul II" also appears in the seventh pergola of the journey, as "artisan of peace through his travels" and illustration of the gift of Wisdom of the Spirit !
One can imagine the painful surprise of the pilgrims still attached to Bishop Lefebvre, to see themselves dragged by their pastors along such a "path" of adulterated holiness, and to have to publicly venerate the memory of the one who excommunicated the Founder of the Fraternity!
As we can see, the subtle "traditional-conciliar" mixture led by the General House is now working perfectly: after Bishop Huonder, who will soon be welcomed in Switzerland for his retirement, and the visit of the Bishop of Portsmouth, Bishop Egan, to a FSSPX school in England, we will have had the consensual and "peaceful" pilgrimage of the FSSPX to Cotignac.
The Council Church and its representatives must no longer be "angry", such is the instruction inherited from the betrayal of the 2012 Chapter, such is the line inaugurated by Bishop Fellay, conscientiously followed by his successor Pagliarani and the leaders of the current neo-Fraternity.
Thus, day after day, the spirit of resistance to the new religion of Vatican II is blunted; thus, little by little, in general indifference, the precious heritage of Bishop Lefebvre is being squandered.
To this miserable manoeuvre, the abbot of Jorna lent his authority as Superior of the District of France, ... he who was considered a strict, doctrinal, and courageous priest!
But only those who are willing to do so are deceived..."
PS: did I also see a suggestion regarding consolidating indult/SSPX pilgrimages in the recent Michael Matt/Taylor Marshall threads that aired here last week (Remnant TV?)?