Someone told me that an elderly lady died in St. Marys that belonged to the Resistance had purchased a plot long before she died and she wanted to have a Resistance priest bury her there but Fr.Rutledge would not allow it so she had to be buried in a different cemetery. I would think this is illegal. If she owned the plot then she would have an easement to get there legally.
Our resident funeral director and good source of information on all things to do with burial would be worthwaking up for a comment on this. I wonder if he is stirring?
Was the estate out of pocket or did SSPX cover the extra cost?
My own mother donated among other things an almost lifesize imageof the Blessed Virgin of Guadalupe and specified time after time that it was to go to a house of religious or a church. Against my mother's expressed desire it was auctioned to the highest bidder at a fundraising function.