Absorption of FSSPX into the Jaws of Conciliar Rome

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  1. Admin

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    The Bishop of Nantes, Jean Paul James (left), accompanied by a representative of the Protestants and an Orthodox clergyman, in an ecumenical ceremony.

    Monday, February 5, 2018

    Absorption of FSSPX into the Jaws of Conciliar Rome

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    February 04, 2018

    The diocese of Nantes lends a chapel to the FSSPX

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    While waiting for the work of a new church , since Sunday, February 4, the diocese of Nantes allowed the FSSPX to celebrate the traditional Mass in one of the chapels of the city center, the chapel of the Immaculate.
    From now on, every Sunday and 300 meters from the cathedral, the faithful who wish it will be able to participate to the mass at 8:30 am (low mass) and 10:00 am (mass sung).


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    “We would have to re-enter this Conciliar Church in order, supposedly, to make it Catholic. That is a complete illusion. It is not the subjects that make the superiors, but the superiors who make the subjects
    … Amongst the whole Roman curia, amongst all the world’s bishops who are progressives, I would have been completely swamped. I would have been able to do nothing… [As for the Pope appointing conservative bishops] I don’t think it is a true return to Tradition. Just as in a fight when the troops are going a little too far ahead and one holds them back, so they are slightly putting the brakes on the impulse of Vatican II because the supporters of the council are going to far… the supposedly conservative bishops are wholly supportive of the council and of the liturgical reforms… No, all of that is tactics, which you have to use in any fight. You have to avoid excesses… [Asked about signs of benevolence to Tradition] There are plenty of signs showing us that what you are talking about is simply exceptional and temporary… So I do not think it is opportune to try contacting Rome, I think we must still wait. Wait, unfortunately, for the situation to get still worse on their side. But up till now, they do not want to recognize the fact… That is why what can look like a concession is in reality merely a manouvre to separate us from the largest number of faithful possible. This is the perspective in which they seem to be always giving a little more and even going very far. We must absolutely convince our faithful that it is no more than a manoeuvre, that it is dangerous to put oneself into the hands of the conciliar bishops and Modernist Rome. It is the greatest danger threatening our people. If we have struggled for twenty years to avoid the conciliar errors, it was not in order, now, to put ourselves into the hands of those professing these errors. (Archbishop Lefebvre, Interview, Fideliter, 1989)

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