Here's a recent article from Non Possumus, by Ignacio Kilmot. I've not heard of him before, but it's a very good article. Due to its length, I'm only posting the last seven paragraphs of the article. Maybe someone else can paste the entire article here, since I don't know how to do that. It's Google translated, so some of the article may not make complete sense.https://nonpossumus-vcr.blogspot.com/2019/04/por-que-estoy-en-la-resistencia.html
Excerpt from article:
I am in the Resistance because Jesus Christ came to bring fire to the earth, and He wants it to burn (Luke, 12:49). Because God is a God of fire (Deuteronomy 4:24) and mediocrity does not match that religion of burning flames. Because I seek holiness, which does not exist without fidelity, without truth, without prudence and without charity. Because, as Fr. Aloysius Roche says, "true love does not calculate (…).
Cardinal Newman said: "I do not esteem great love that is never extravagant. Under the influence of a great affection the human being grows, sustained as it is by its union with another spirit, it does not hesitate before any obstacle and no sacrifice flees." And I say I am in the Resistance and not with the Resistance, because one can only be with Christ, without having to make ends meet.
We live in the midst of a universal fire. The fire that destroys is the image of the fire that we lack. If there is not fire inside the heart, the fire comes from outside and everything sweeps it. But, alas! The prosperous and very swollen Neo-SSPX , while the conciliar authorities add fuel to the fire, they point out the spark of yesteryear, mention the arsonists of half a century ago, and propose dialogue about the due authorization to the fire extinguishers that she would be in charge of providing. While the roof of the Cathedral collapses, the Neo-SSPX is too busy investing in the luxury of its chapels, offers magnificent choirs, organizes well-provided tris and pilgrimages, gives lectures to convince the already convinced, hold banquets and dances, supports sports expeditions, ostentatiously advertises its crowds of comfortable parishioners, manifests his unstoppable activism, disseminates its pompous statistics, self promotes through continuous propaganda, and does not realize that he has fallen into a great trap, which C.S. Lewis discovered thus, in his great "Letters of the Devil to his Nephew." (Letter of Escrutopo):
"If, on the other hand, your mature age is prosperous, our position is even stronger. Prosperity unites a man tot he world. He feels that he is "finding his place in him," when in reality the world is finding its lace in him. It's growing prestige, its increasingly wide circle of acquaintances, the growing pressure of an absorbing and pleasant work, buried inside it a feeling of being really comfortable on earth, which is what is precisely what suits us."
The Neo-SSPX is in its "mature" age, and feels increasingly comfortable in its relationship to modernist Rome, as it is finding its place in it. The heroic times seem to be over. Cunning has taken away the testimony. The scars of the combat (excommunication) have been erased. What is important for her is as its Superior General recently affirmed: "To preserve what we have." Conservadorismo, at a very high price.
The Resistance cannot be confused. Unlike the Neo-SSPX, you have to be aware that it is a tribulation, that as St Louis de Montfort taught, ignites the love of the cross, like firewood. As a priest of the SAJM affirms:
"The Kempis says, 'everything is encrypted on the Cross.' That is why this crisis is the worst of all: not because of the strength of liberalism or modernism, but because of the loss of the sense of the cross among Catholics."
That is why you should also remember that: "This world is a scene of conflict between good and evil. Evil not only avoids good, but pursues it."
Good cannot conquer, but suffer. Good men seem to fail, their cause triumphs, but their own collapse is the price paid for the success of it."
(John Henry Newman, Resisting censorship in the world, 1840)
Easter Sunday of the Resurrection, 2019