SSPX to Sell out to Newchurch by Accepting New Order Bishops

SSPX to Sell out to Newchurch by Accepting New Order Bishops
Francis-Bergoglio Has "Approved" Two New Order Bishops for the Neo-SSPX

Francis-Bergoglio & Bernie Fellay

Francis-Bergoglio and Bernard Fellay (Right)
Have Connived to Fabricate Two New Bishops for the Neo-SSPX

The Two New Order Bishops Will Be Plants
Within the Neo-SSPX, Which Is No Longer the Traditional SSPX

The Consecrations (?) Are to Take Place
On Newchurch's Fake "Divine Mercy" Sunday
At That Time Fellay-Pagliarani's Neo-SSPX
Will Officially Become a Part of the Heretic New Order Sect

News is now beginning to leak out that Francis-Bergoglio has approved the consecration of two new bishops for the Fellay-Pagliarani Neo-SSPX on Low Sunday 2019. (In Newchurch, Low Sunday is now Divine "Mercy Sunday," based on the fake Novus Ordo cult of "Divine Mercy").
As we all know, Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, the founder of the original traditional Society of St. Pius X (SSPX), and Bishop Antonio de Castro Mayer consecrated four bishops for the Society on June 29, 1988. These were Bernard Tissier de Mallerais, of France; Alfonso de Galarreta of Argentina; and Richard Williamson, of England; with Bernie Fellay, of the Suisse Romande, being added to the list at the last minute when Jean-Michel Faure bowed out on account of his humility. Since then, Williamson abandoned Fellay and his Neo-SSPX because of his dogged opposition to Fellay's plans to sell out the Neo-SSPX to the heretic Newchurch of the New Order.

Recently, Bishop Williamson has revealed that Bishop Tissier de Mallerais has been quite ill lately. Tissier is known to be much more traditional than is Fellay. He is also much older. Fellay and de Galarreta are just under 60; Tissier is well over 70; Williamson is nearing 80. In other words, Williamson has abandoned the Neo-SSPX, and Tissier, isolated and ageing, might become too ill to be an effective Neo-SSPX bishop. The Neo-SSPX is desperate for bishops to maintain its very existence. Instead of doing what its courageous Archbishop-founder did, shunning the heretic Newchurch and doing what was necessary, the Neo-SSPX is going hat in hand to Newchurch for "approval," which, as a heretic sect, it has no authority to give, any more than the Methodists do. The obvious question is: what does Francis-Bergoglio demand in exchange?

The strategy of Newrome and the Fellay-Pagliarani team of traitors seems to be to instate a de-facto "Personal Prelature" in a situation in which it is still too difficult to erect a juridical one. Once they have all the effects of the "Personal Prelature," there will be no reason to refuse it de jure and not to join the Newchurch of the New Order outright. And once this trap has been sprung, and the Neo-SSPX fly has become entangled in Newchurch's lethal web, there will be no escape for Neo-SSPX clergy and laity, who now depend on the already half Novus Ordoized Neo-SSPX.

The water is warming up, and the Neo-SSPX froglets are getting used to it. Before long, they will find themselves in a vat of boiling water, with no escape. Those who have any sense at all will abandon the Neo-SSPX's sinking raft as fast as they can. They can protect the true Catholic Faith only by going independent from the heretic Newchurch of the New Order and its satellite Neo-SSPX.

We agree entirely with our Roman correspondent. The Fellay-Pagliarani Neo-SSPX is sinking, and the Marxist/Modernist Newpope Francis-Bergoglio wants to take it over in its debilitated state. The Neo-SSPX has already sold out its sacraments (Penance and Matrimony) to Newchurch. Now its bishops are to be Novus Ordo plants. This scenario is exactly what happened to the Society of St. John Vianney (SSJV) in Brazil, which Newchurch destroyed as a traditional group by planting its own New Order bishops within.

Apparently, Fellay, Pagliarani & Co. have learned nothing from the destruction of the Catholic Faith perpetrated by changing to the New Order not overnight, but in small increments so that faithful wouldn't notice. This modus operandi began officially on May 28, 1948, with the appointment by Pope Pius XII of the Freemason presbyter Hannibal Bugnini to head a new Pontifical Commission to "Modernize" the Liturgy. That "modernization" led to the destruction and invalidation of the Mass, Divine Office, and Sacraments in the Newchurch of the New Order.
The descent into the black hole of the liturgical "New Order" consisted principally of the following steps that led to the full-blown implementation of the invalid Protestant-Masonic-Pagan "New Mass" of 1969 and the anti-traditional and unCatholic "Liturgy of the Hours" of 1970, which replaced the traditional Catholic Divine Office:
  • 1951 - Easter Vigil changed
  • 1954 - Vulgar tongues introduced into the Sacraments
  • 1956 - Traditional rubrics of Mass, Divine Office, and Holy Week changed
  • 1956 - The Apostolic Eucharistic fast was denigrated to a "mini fast"
  • 1960 - Traditional rubrics and calendar of Mass and Divine Office changed again
  • 1962 - Sacred Apostolic Roman Canon of Mass (dogmatically not to be touched) changed
  • 1964 - Vulgar tongues introduced into the Mass
  • 1967 - Dogmatic form of the Mass Consecration changed to an invalid Protestant form
  • 1968 - New Ordinal to install Newbishops, Presbyters (formerly priests), and Lay Deacons introduced after Protestant forms
  • 1969 - New Order (Novus Ordo) service (no longer a valid "Mass") introduced to replace the valid Traditional Latin Mass
  • 1970 - New Order "Liturgy of the Hours" introduced to replace the 2000-year traditional Catholic Divine Office
Now the Neo-SSPX is falling into the same trap into which Catholics of the 1950s and 1960s fell. At least one could hope that Catholics would have learned from the sellout of the Catholic Faith then, but it appears that the Neo-SSPX has not. One now has to wonder seriously whether Fellay and Pagliarani are just stupid or whether they are deliberately acting as Newchurch's agents to sell out Archbishop Lefebvre's once traditional Society of St. Pius X to the Newchurch heretics.

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Basically, the neo-SSPX refers to the SSPX before it received jurisdictional ecclesiastical approval from Conciliar Rome.

When founded by Archbishop Lefebvre the SSPX relied upon supplied jurisdiction. If you type neo SSPX in the search button at top rt. hand corner of the forum you will find everything you need to answer your question.



So the original SSPX is gone? That doesn't seem right that they would sell out. I'm not sure the above post is correct information.


Sorry, i meant the above post from Shnoodle. I'd like to know where he gets his info because I've been searching for any info regarding this.
Papally Approved? Unexpectedly, a New Bishop for the Society of Saint Pius X

Just a couple of weeks ago, Rorate posted an analysis of Pope Francis' moves regarding the Society of Saint Pius X (FSSPX / SSPX): The Vatican and the SSPX - Prospects for 2019.

In it, our guest contributor revealed that the Pope and the SSPX are fast reaching a full regularization, but "by installments".

Along with the abolition of the Pontifical Commission Ecclesia Dei, signed on January 17, and that also signals a path of "regularization by installments" of the SSPX, another piece of news dated from that same day also made clear what is going on.

From French magazine Monde & Vie:

SSPX school Institut Sancta Maria, Wangs, Switzerland​
A New Bishop for the SSPX​
It has been several months that Bp. [Vitus] Huonder, bishop of Chur (Switzerland), indicated his will to live out his retirement with the Society of Saint Pius X. This time, it's official. Bp. Huonder, considered a conservative, is not only a friend of the SSPX, but close to Pope Francis, who had refused his resignation in 2017. In other words, one can live out one's retirement with the SSPX as with any other religious congregation! According to our information, Bp. Huonder would live in retirement in a school kept by the Society in Switzerland. In short, an example of this "statute by installments" enjoyed by the Society. With the agreement of the Pope of the peripheries. There it is, an additional evidence of the regularization of the SSPX. [Monde & Vie, January 17, 2019, n. 965, p. 19]

Bishop Huonder is 76, and has wished to retire for some time -- his large diocese includes the largest city in Switzerland, Zurich, and his conservative views are not very popular with many of the more influential members of his flock.

Le Salon Beige reveals, and Rorate's sources confirm, that the school in which Bp. Vitus Huonder will live when he retires is the Institut Sancta Maria, a boarding school for boys in Wangs, in the St-Gallen canton. Le Salon Beige confirms that, of course, the pope is well informed of Bishop Huonder's choice, and tacitly approves of it.

(via Le Salon Beige)

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From Rorate Caeli:

The Vatican and the Society of St. Pius X: Prospects for 2019 (Guest Post)

by Côme de Prévigny

The visit this past November of Father Davide Pagliarani, new Superior-General of the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX), to the Ecclesia Dei Commission in Rome has revived the everlasting matter of the relations between the Holy See and the society founded in 1970 by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, raising speculations on the possibility of having this body officially recognized by the Vatican. Inquiring minds wonder if a tendency that wants regularization or not has assumed command of the SSPX. Here and there, a commentator strives to know if doctrinal agreements should be reached before considering a practical agreement, reaching back to a configuration that resembles the situation of 15 years ago. But where, concretely, should these discussions lead? Should they wait until Rome has finally condemned Vatican II, or rather are mere safeguards enough? This point remains to be clarified.

Because the current canonical situation of the Society of St. Pius X is mostly normalized. The Mass that its members celebrate is the same that all priests of the world can recite or sing following the Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum, of July 7, 2007. The condemnations that weighed on the bishops of the Society were lifted by a decree signed of January 21, 2009. In 2015, the Holy See granted to its Superior-General the powers to judge on the first level of jurisdiction. The validity of the confessions heard by its priests was recognized by the Apostolic Letter Misericordia et Misera, of November 20, 2016.

In that same year, the Pontifical Commission Ecclesia Dei asked the bishops of the dioceses in which Society seminaries are situated to accept the ceremonies of ordinations that take place in them. Marriages celebrated before Society priests are at last fully recognized by Rome, as attested by a letter of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, of March 27, 2017. This document goes even further: it tells Society priests to send registries proving the celebration of marriages to diocesan chanceries. These registries are to be organized along with the registries of all parishes and communities in fully regular situation. Implicitly, since the sanctions have disappeared and since its priests have received the canonical charge to administer the several Sacraments, the Society has found anew its original status, which had been abolished on May 6, 1975, and behaves, de facto, as a personal prelature.

Those who have become accustomed to reject all regularization, because they fear that bad influences would arrive through canonical links, have undoubtedly remarked that these branches have been almost completely re-grafted. Nothing is missing for the Society, except perhaps a Court of Ecclesiastical appeals for canonical procedures that a Prelature structure would allow. One day, the Society will also have the need to renew its bishops. In the current context, one cannot see what would prevent the Pope from granting them to the Society. The SSPX has become, in the end, as an automobile that has all elements to move forward: a body, wheels, steering wheel, seats -- all elements are brand new and nothing is missing. Due to a state of tension, both internal and external, on the subject of regularization, undoubtedly due to the current pontificate, all that is missing is a license plate bearing its status, but the highway patrols around the world know that the car can move as it pleases. Finding a church for a marriage celebration or for a pilgrimage stop poses no difficulty anymore: this is not where the problem is anymore. The Pope has decided it.

The faithful from all corners can visit the churches of the Society. Their conscience cannot anymore be subjected to distress and anxiety. These have been set aside by the pontifical texts. Now then, when will the regularization has been almost completely accomplished by installments become definitively official? Has it already taken place in pectore? Will it take place one of these days on the back of the envelope, as if to seal all that has been already granted? It is possible. In any event, the Holy See has granted, on a practical level, all priestly functions to the members of the SSPX. The assessment of catholicity has been made on the long term, and not in view of conditions still to be fulfilled. And it is only a matter of justice to the work of Abp Lefebvre that it be thus recognized. Which is simply what he himself had always asked for.

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In it, our guest contributor revealed that the Pope and the SSPX are fast reaching a full regularization, but "by installments".

Years ago, in my experience with a SSPX priest fresh out of seminary, they were already using the 1983 codex iuris canonici and already eating meat on Fridays.

It hasn't been the Archbishop's organization in 24 plus years; the organization has been molded in the image of Bishop Bernard Fellay.