from Bishop Fellay's latest interview with DICI:
Bishop Fellay: "It is still true—since it is Church law—that in order to open a new chapel or to found a work, it would be necessary to have the permission of the local ordinary. We have quite obviously reported to Rome how difficult our present situation was in the dioceses, and Rome is still working on it. Here or there, this difficulty will be real, but since when is life without difficulties? "
SSPX priest- we'd like to build a school in your diocese
Local Diocese man in charge (LD) - sounds good send us all the plans and information
SSPX- it's been three months since we talked, I sent you all the plans a month ago, any response?
LD - no, the bishop has been very busy.
SSPX - (pressures LD for a response and then) It's now 1 year and we've received only excuses, what's going on?
LD- the bishop wants to know why you need a school, the diocese already has schools?
SSPX - (something they can never say) our schools are different, we don't teach sex education, and we don't use the CCC, and we don't allow anyone but trad Catholics in our schools.
LD- forget about it, take that argument to Rome and see what you'll get
END - no school