Could you comment on the protest in Oklahoma City by the SSPX against the satanist black mass?
How can the Society protest the consecration of a host by a priest that is not validly ordained? How can Bishop Fellay be seen in a video of his latest big conference stating that the new mass is "evil" and at the same time endorse the protest of the desecration of a host that was consecrated by a priest during the new mass? How can anything good come from something that is "evil," mush less Christ Himself? Evil - The Bishops words not mine.
What think you?
What could the motivation of those involved be, if not in defense of Christ? If the Bishop and his disciples are truly convinced that the new mass is evil, that what were they doing out there? Were they trying to 'show-up' the Vatican II church and their weak response to all of this? Why make such a public show of themselves in the media spotlight over this issue. Why now? Is there a connection between this and the meeting with the CDF at the same time? Is the Society sending a message to Rome - look, we are doing what you should be doing? I don't know, just wondering.
I don't really want to judge anyone's motives but is seems a reasonable question, I think. Why are you protesting something you insist is false? (Rhetorical)
“I have never changed. I have preached and done what the Church has always taught. I have never changed what the Church said in the Council of Trent and at the First Vatican Council. So who has changed? It is the enemy, as Pope St. Pius X said, the enemy who is working within the Church because he wants the Church to be finished with her tradition.” ~(Archbishop Lefebvre, Homily, Venice, April 7, 1980)
Post by Eric Gajewski on Sept 24, 2014 2:58:19 GMT
Yes, I believe one could argue the points you have made I think Bishop Fellay ove rthe years hasproven himself to be a fickled mind bouncing back and forth. I believe sometimes even he does not know which way the "wind blows". This is what happens when one bows down to human respect and doesnt just stick to the principles left behind by Archbishop Lefebvre. Thank you for the thread...good insight