A NEW BISHOP (CONCILIAR) FOR THE FSSPX

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A NEW BISHOP (CONCILIAR) FOR THE FSSPX
Mons. Huonder and Francisco
"It is evident that Monsignor Huonder does not leave with a dissident spirit and that the Pope has supported his project." This announcement does nothing more than corroborate the movement of normalization of the Fraternity of St. Pius X that began twenty years ago and is now almost fully approved since the Pope granted the sacramental jurisdiction for the sacraments administered by the Fraternity of Saint Pius X in recent years. "

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He announced it to the priests of his diocese during the summer of last year: Bishop Vitus Huonder, current bishop of Chur, made the decision to settle at the end of his term in one of the centers of the Society of Saint Pius X, namely , in the Institute of Santa Maria de Wangs (Switzerland), a school that he knows very well and has visited on numerous occasions.
Is this symbolic? For the Cathedral Chapter of Chur chose Bishop Huonder on the eve of the Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum on July 6, 2007. His appointment was confirmed by Benedict XVI the following day. In 2015, Bishop Huonder was one of the prelates who participated in the discussions with the Fraternity of Saint Pius X, visiting some of his seminars. He was able to appreciate the role that this community played in the promotion of the traditional liturgy and spirit. Two years later, having reached the age limit, he submitted his resignation to Pope Francis, who decided to extend his term for another two years.
It is evident that Bishop Huonder does not leave with a dissident spirit and that the Pope has supported his project. This announcement does nothing more than corroborate the movement of normalization of the Fraternity of St. Pius X that began twenty years ago and which is now almost fully approved since the Pope granted the sacramental jurisdiction for the sacraments administered by the Fraternity of St. Pius X in the last years.
Just rumors? Appointment of the interviewwith Father de Jorna, superior of the District of France of the SSPX, published on January 19, 2019:
It is said that Mons. Huonder, bishop of Coira, Switzerland, friend of the Society of St. Pius Xbut also close to Pope Francis ,will retire to a school run by the Fraternity in Switzerland, with the approval of the Pope. So, is it officially possible to take your retreat within the Fraternity, as in any other congregation?
P. de Jorna: Indeed, Msgr. Huonder has said a lot about this project. But he is still at the head of his diocese. Realization is therefore for the future and only God knows it.
How can someone say "friend of the FSSPX and close to Francisco" ? Suppressing in his life the principle of contradiction, according to the liberals. An enlightening fact: in 2015, this bishop made some correct statements about sodomy, but in response to the reaction of homosexual groups, he ended up apologizing "especially to people of homosexual sensitivity" (see here ) .Monsignor Lefebvre would have accepted that a character of this profile would join his congregation? Never. But the Neo-FSSPX, in order to achieve the long-awaited "regularization", is willing - judging by the response of P. de Jorna - to be infiltrated by "conservatives" (liberals and moderate modernists) friends of the devastating Francisco,.

Particularly interesting quote: "Monsignor Huonder does not leave [to the SSPX] with a dissident spirit and that the Pope has supported his project." one) This means, simply, that the SSPX is no longer viewed as a dissident group with respect to revolutionary and apostate Rome. Very serious. 2) That the most scandalous and most openly liberal and modernist pope in history approves the idea, enough and enough to form a judgment about it.

To clear any doubt and in case some dreamer expects Mons. Huonder to abandon liberalism to join a fraternity on the warpath with liberal, modernist and apostate Rome - as Mons. Lazo did years ago - keep in mind that in the preface to the 2019 diocesan calendar, sent to all priests and pastoral agents, Bishop Huonder reminds them that " all roads lead to Rome". " We are Catholics when we are bound by the visible principle of unity with the successor of Peter, not only emotionally, but also and especially in faith ... I want our diocese to remain always united in faith, liturgy and discipline as the living cell of the organism that is the Church "( Source )
 
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