N.O. Diocesan Bishops become a new focus for the neo-sspx


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Again and again we are bombarded with conciliar thought; whether it is by the medias of DICI or from Bishop Fellay's other District venues.

The Novus Ordo "Bishop Finn resigns: prayers requested" is the new headline on the sspx.org U.S. website. A subtle reminder to the [faithful] that they are officially and dutiful within the organs of the conciliar church -and do as their leaders are doing- integrate.

"What happens once will surely happen again" as the saying goes. As the recent neo-sspx integration into the concilar church, via the March 17, 2015 Decree from the Archbishop of the Argentinian Diocese, who accepted the sspx as a "lawful congregation of the Roman [conciliar] Church", had certainly spelled it all out -aggiornamento (update)- and be happy on the gravy train to ecumenism.

But isn't it simple enough and well to pray for the local ordinary as this "one" request is asking? Indeed it is: in every Mass and in every Rosary. But what is "simple enough" to do and posed with the words as "holy" is not necessarily the outcome and purpose for the [branding] publicity; as noted with the many other "simple enough's" brought to our attention. How so?

There is a saying: "If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, and looks like a duck, you can be pretty sure that it is a duck!". There certainly is an unparalleled line of "simple enough's" that show quite a picture when the pieces are put together. Here are some:

SSPX hypocrisy: one day act holy, next ecumenical.

Latest in the SSPX slide to Ecumenism

SSPX new position to Modernism: "Reservations".

Bishop Fellay Cordial in front of Heresy

Vatican II: Is it Humanistic?

The Hybrid Mass and the n-SSPX

Mons. Fellay being Ecumenical

SSPX Dici: Media Arm for Vatican II

What happens to Trad. Catholic Groups who Join Modern Rome?

And the list goes on...

It is also true in history, that it is "simple enough" to betray God and His Faith on a road with good intentions, but fail to do His will when asked to do so on His terms.

We all have a choice; Bishop Fellay has shown that he has made his, to the detriment of thousands of souls under him who do not discern their focus on the Kingship of our Lord. But Holy Scripture has a different outcome for those who are faithful and persevere: "Blessed are those servants, whom the Lord when he cometh, shall find watching." (Luke).