The head of the…

The head of the traditionalist Society of St Pius X has called Jewish people “enemies of the Church”, saying Jewish leaders’ support of the Second Vatican Council “shows that Vatican II is their thing, not the Church’s”.

Bishop Bernard Fellay, the society’s superior general, said those most opposed to Rome granting canonical recognition to the SSPX have been “the enemies of the Church: the Jews, the Masons, the modernists”. . .

Bishop Fellay said: “Even in the Council there are some things we accept,” as well as reject, however, the group wishes to be free to say, “there are errors in the Council” and that “the new Mass is evil”.

Bishop Fellay over the edge.

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3 thoughts on “The head of the…

  1. Sadly he is taking many over the edge with him for the apple of wanting to be a higher authority than the Pope.

    In Christ,
    Marian

  2. Each time more and more I have been realised that FSSPX is sedevacantist. At the begining of the conversation of the lefebvrists with the Holy See, it seemed they were really interested to enter into plenary communion (plena comunhão) with the Church. But each time more and more, they show their intentions to dictate the rulers to the Holy Father. They have been in the focus just because Pope Benedict wanted to dialogue with them. But, when that chance they have received from Benedict XVI has ended, I think they will turn again to their ostracism. It’s sad, but it seems that they have headed to that end.

  3. Before Benedict XVI have retired the excommunication of the four lefebvrists bishops, the lefebvrists were practicaly unknown. At least in Brazil. So the lefebvrists turned the attention focus (o foca da atenção). Since then I have followed the lefebvrist speech in the internet (na internet). It’s impressive how they repeat the same arguments ad nauseam and reject all the other arguments. They have a very cultured language and knowledge, but they have a lack of comprehension of the Catholic faith. I think that happens because they are pround and would rather believe in Lefèbvre than the Holy Father.

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