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Re: SSPX memory holes pic of District Office women in pants
« Reply #75 on: April 12, 2019, 09:27:15 AM »
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  • Once again, it shows the bias of those who are DETERMINED to stick with the SSPX, come hell or high water.

    Is it true that the SSPX would be hard-pressed to force non-parishioners to wear skirts and dresses only? It's actually quite easy: it's called a DRESS CODE which many businesses have. Businesses easily get away with telling employees how to dress at work! And the photo in question was *clearly* taken at work.
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    Re: SSPX memory holes pic of District Office women in pants
    « Reply #76 on: April 12, 2019, 10:14:06 AM »
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  • Matthew-

    It appears you may be correct:

    P.6 of the Regina Coeli report in which the picture appeared mentions that these accounting women are stationed at a building nearby called the “Infant Jesus House.”

    Therefore, they are definitely employees of the SSPX, and working on the premises of SSPX property.

    This article provides some information about the Infant Jesus House:

    https://sspx.org/en/locations/district-house

    In that case, it would definitely be within the authority of the SSPX to insist upon a dress code

    As to whether or not these women are SSPX parishioners or not, there are some comments in the Regina Coeli report which featured the picture which suggest such to be the case, but which are nevertheless inconclusive.

    In any case, I hope my readiness to modify the thread if need be evinces the good spirit and disposition which motivated it.


     

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