In this current SSPX.org announcement, the SSPX refers to Maria Teresa Gonzalez Quevedo as "Venerable."https://sspx.org/en/news-events/calendar/ven-teresita-quevedo-girls%E2%80%99-camp-45049
Problem: That title was given to her in 1983 by JPII.
Is the SSPX incrementally moving towards an acceptance of conciliar saints?
Of course they are: One cannot be accepted by the conciliar church while rejecting its "saints" (that would be resistance, you see, and as Fr. Cottier explained upon his conquest of Campos, "What is important is that there no longer be resistance in their hearts.").
But what does it mean to be considered venerable?
"In the Catholic Church
, after a deceased Catholic has been declared a Servant of God
by a bishop
and proposed for beatification by the Pope
, such a servant of God may next be declared venerable ("heroic in virtue
") during the investigation and process leading to possible canonization
as a saint."https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Venerable
But has not the SSPX of old expressed serious reservations on this new conciliar concept of "heroic virtue?"
See this 2011 article from Fr. Gleize (SSPX) explaining new and redefined concept of "heroic virtue" (scroll down to "Third Difficulty: Heroic Virtue):http://sspx.org/en/beatification-and-canonization-vatican-ii-3
Little by little, the SSPX is moving from integral Catholicism to integral conciliarism.