Change comes fast when one's treasure is on a new horizon. The SSPX General House put out a Document today looking to both find favor to the conciliar structure and to [appease] their small conservative group inside the new-sspx since the latest outburst; however, no matter how much cookies and cream one wants to put in the cup for Christ to sip, it is always gall. Here is the introduction to The Letter on Marriages: Objections and Clarifications. Notice the operative clause "under certain circumstances". What can that be, really? Have we forgotten the influence of the Vatican II elephant? A letter from Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Müller, Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, published on March 27, 2017, gives the priests of the Society of St. Pius X (under certain circumstances) the power to celebrate the marriages of their faithful in the traditional rite and according to the law of the Church. Progress for some, a trap for others: between hope and fear, what objective judgment should be made on these provisions of the Holy See with regard to the Society founded by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre? The General House of the Society of St. Pius X offers some reflections on this Roman document. In the first part, the present study deals with: • The Origin of the “Ordinary Form” of Marriage • Delegation to Celebrate a Wedding • The “Extraordinary Form” and its Legitimacy • Marriages in the Society of St. Pius X • The Provisions of the Letter • Practical Details In a second part, the study responds to the main objections raised by the Roman provisions, before wondering: can Cardinal Müller’s letter objectively make it possible to make progress, advantageously for Tradition, in a situation which some consider legitimately as unjust? It is not difficult to understand those questions are rhetorical. Menzingen did slant their "study" to conclude they accept the modernist outline, in spite of the Church's abhorrence to dwell with infidelity, finding "four advantages" in the novus ordo fish pool. The first and chief advantage would be to “secure” at least some of the marriages celebrated within the framework of the Society of St. Pius X, as far as the form of celebration is concerned... ["Some" and partial is not "secure" in a wrong and unstable formula. Todo Nada (All or Nothing) is what Christ called for in faith; nothing less.] The second advantage would be to help to act with special charity toward the spouse or toward the families who were not (entirely) the faithful of the Society of St. Pius X... [How is the Sacrament of Marriage now lowered to the mood of the social state than to raise them up to Christ with instruction and sanctification?] The third advantage would be to subject the marriages celebrated by the priests of the Society of Saint Pius X, whenever possible, to the letter of the Church’s law, as it has been expressed in turn by the Council of Trent, St. Pius X, and the 1917 Code of Canon Law... [The known here, and purposely omitted, is it is under the spring time of the Vatican II religion...and conciliar 1983 Code of Canon Law.] The fourth advantage, finally, would be the ability to celebrate marriages more widely in the traditional rite, thus removing an obstacle for more timid Catholics... [The known here again, the reference is under the Ecclesia Dei "extraordinary from" of compromise.] These new-sspx maligned documents pushing for "progress" into the modernist camp charading words to conform and align to the conciliar religion can only be met as an ungrateful and unfaithful steward our Lord had expressed His anger towards many times. It is only in honesty and good will to offset the pantheon crowds, not join them with bands and cymbals.