Up to the time of this Administration's termination of our association with OLMC under Father Pfeiffer, Cor Mariae's policy was to support fully Fr. Pfeiffer and Father Hewko in their stand to refuse submission to Bishop Williamson as Superior. We pursued this policy relentlessly by seeking out quotes/lectures made by Bishop Williamson that confused many of us, and which cast doubts on the Sacrilegious nature of the Novus Ordae Missae and the placed-on-the-index Maria Val Torta's Poem of the Man God - to name a couple.
Whilst these things still concern us this Administration repents of the influence we may have had on any readers/members to go along with our support for OLMC's principled stand to refuse submission to Bishop Williamson. Through the charity of a visiting resistance priest to our shores we were shown that it is Church law that every priest needs a Bishop otherwise he is a vagus priest; that priests can/do have differences within themselves - even with their Bishop, and that that is nothing new in the history of the Church. During pre-Vat.II years the faithful were blissfully ignorant of such things because, at least publicly, priests all said exactly the same thing whichever parish you went to worldwide! It would never have occurred to anyone that the priests did not believe what they said/taught. The parents did not argue in front of the children. In that sense Vat.II was a good thing because it spewed forth this undercrrent revealing that many priests do not even have the faith.
I believe at least that unless OLMC priests were made fully aware of the research we had done on Cor Mariae at that time they may not have taken the public stand Fr. Hewko eventually did against B. Williamson, and which he maintains even more fervently to this day. It is my hope that my confession will help persuade him to remove that which keeps him separated from working in harmony with the loose federation of priests headed by Bishop Williamson. He needs a Bishop in order to obviate the danger of being head of a sect as is Fr. Pfeiffer who also refuses to accept a Bishop.
Furthermore, I regret any influence this Administration may have had on OLSC Melbourne faithful resulting in our combined opposition to Bishop Williamson, and what I consider to be at least MY self-righteous judgment against the priests who needed him as their Bishop. I repeat that priests can have differences within themselves and even with their Bishop, but that is nothing new in the history of the Church.
The loose federation of priests served by Bishop Williamson such as:
- Frs. MacDonald, Chazel, Suneel (Australia)
- Fr. Ortiz et al of the SAJM association, (USA)
- Dominicans of Avrille (France)
- who are ordained in the old right;
- who refuse to say sacreligious Novus Ordo MIssae (NO Masses)
- who refuse to say the Indult Mass
- who refuse to work with the priestly fraternities of the neo-SSPX and the FSSP
- who courageously preach against the heresies of Vat.II and the abomination that is the Conciliar counterfeit anti-Catholic Newchurch.
As a lowly member of the laity/pewsitter I speak as one of the sheep. Priests alone have been given the commission to teach.
It is my intention from now on to attend Masses offered ONLY by the aforesaid loose federation of priests where possible for me to attend.
When a priest speaks with the voice of the Shepherd the sheep hear his voice.
May God bless and keep each and every one of them. Amen
ETA : I have endeavoured to delete from Cor Mariae any condemnations of B. Williamson and the loose federation of priests on the grounds of doctrine. The fact is that there is no doctrine condemning the New Mass. Please God in time there will be a one that condemns not only the New Mass but the entire anti-catholic Vat. II council itself. It is to be regretted that a few independent priests - who recognise no Superior - continue, as this Administration has done in the past, to propagate this fallacy. Until the New Mass and its liturgy is officially condemned by the Church any speculation, such as whether miracles occur there; or whether it can help one's faith are private opinions only whether they come from a Bishop, priest or layman.
It is our fervent prayer that individual priests in the resistance movement unite with their fellow-priests in the loose federation. St. Therese pray for us.