Seems like we just had a marathon of fuax-pas news assaulting the Church. Certainly these are grave attacks against the nature of the Church as there is always an attack on the nature of Jesus Christ, but if there is any good news, these attacks from these six bishops, each grouped to their own revolt, have been more blatant and obvious for even the relaxed observer to see. This has to happen less we all fall into the error. History shows all errors become more visible and defined when the proponents are more comfortable to come out into the open. Cannot everyone see the definitions? Why is maintaining what we have as Catholics not good enough anymore? Everyone agrees there has been a change. Why do we have to change as each bishop departs in change. Is the Church a "living tradition" to adapt with changing times? Protestants think so...each of its members are their own church interpreting what makes them feel good. Why are we even having a discussion to go to the novus ordo mass again distributed by our own "leaders"? Why do we question and dispel tradition as only "a part of the church"? Why is conciliarism now identified as the Catholic Church when Archbishop Lefebvre doctrinal declared it is not? Why do these bishops want us to merge with evil when we already have the good; and need to share that good? Why are these bishops holed up in silence before the crowds when the people starve for salvation no one else can give them? Is the Church so disfigured in men's minds their hands and feet cannot go to a book shelf and look at history, even the simple catechism to find a stable answer? BW said the Catholics of the 1950's brought the revolution of the 1960's. So did the Traditional Catholics of the 2000's bring the revolution of conciliarism into their Traditional house in the 2010's? No preaching of Catholic militancy on the pulpit can only bring in the world's militancy of secularism. When there is a void there is a vacuum. Are there no definitions any more for these people or just wanting one big merge? Are the details and simplicity of Christ too much to meditate on by the slashes of modernism cutting away at the flesh of Christ and the members of His Church? Is this a time to turn our backs on the Church and Christ himself or stand resolute with our Lord He so often complains about in Holy Scripture from only so few who will follow Him to His Father? Is Christ's life vain or ours? Why the tepid response in front of a cowardly error easily removed by humble recognition of God's order; if we want? Where are the Jonahs preaching to Nineveh to convert in sackcloth and ashes than the Jonahs to remain in the belly of the whale as silent observers lamenting their own pity while souls fall in destruction in result of this indifference? Doesn't history show God is in control of all events and guides such for the greater good? But that good needs human participation Scripture searches out for; where is the good will and participation now? Has Tradition lost its flame and salt flavor? Or has men stopped thirsting for that salt? Where do each of us stand before Christ if we were to die now? The way we live is the way we die. What would we do differently in life if we had another chance before Him to correct our lameness and selfishness? Why not do now what grace fills you to succeed for God's glory? All things can be done with God if we let Him and let ourselves be moved in humble attribute like our Lady and millions of other saints before the Cross.