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Back to Square One?

At particularly delicate times for the “ralliement” process of the absorption of the SSPX into conciliarism (i.e., times when revolt within the SSPX threatens to break through any containment or suppression effort), Bishop Fellay tells the world that all negotiation has fallen flat, in order to try and dissipate the outrage, and regroup. In the…


An Enemy Hath Done This

Does Bergoglio Lead us to Gay Church? BY Jean-Pierre Dickès 8/14/17 [http://medias-catholique.info/bergoglio-nous-mene-t-il-a-leglise-gay/9160] [Excellent Google Translation] The case began with the famous “Who am I to judge? ” about homosexuality. The curious reflection of a pope whose role is precisely to transmit the spiritual and moral heritage of the Church. Teaching itself dating back to the…


The Definition of the Assumption: But Did Mary Ever Die?

Today we celebrated the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary into Heaven, body and soul.  An article of faith dogmatically defined by Pope Piux XII in 1950 in the Apostolic Constitution Munificentissimus Deus, the belief is obligatory among Catholics. One controversy, however, remains: Did the Blessed Virgin die before she was assumed into…


More on Fr. Morgan’s Departure from the Neo-SSPX

Fr. Couture (SSPX District Superior – Canada)   Two priests send Sodalitium Pianum the following information, received from yet a third priest, regarding the departure of Fr. Morgan from the neo-SSPX. Apparently, Fr. Gerard Rusak (who served under Fr. Morgan at the SSPX priory in British Columbia) read the following announcement to his parishioners on behalf of…


Kaboom! Fr. Morgan Leaves the SSPX!

Fr. Paul Morgan (Former SSPX British District Superior) joins the Resistance! Reports are coming in that just two days after receiving the good news of Fr. de Carvalho’s departure from the Brazilian conciliar church to join the SAJM, Fr. Paul Morgan has left the SSPX, and is currently residing in Morgon, France with the Capuchins….


**UPDATED** Mass Announcement: Fr. Giacomo Ballini (SAJM) in St. Paul, MN on 7/16

  Fr. Giacomo Ballini (SAJM) will be in St. Paul, MN to celebrate Mass on Sunday (July 16) at 6:30PM. The Mass venue will be: Hotel Metro (2201 Burns Ave, St Paul, MN 55119) Though the St. Paul/Minneapolis mission is affiliated with Bishop Gerardo Zendejas and the SAJM, all are welcome to attend. For those who…


Did Archbishop Lefebvre REALLY Believe the Council Was “Schismatic?”

Samuel continues to do the Church a very great service over at Tradidi.com by translating some of the forgotten gems of Archbishop Lefebvre.   The latest article comes from the defunct French blog Credidimus Caritate, quoting the Archbishop from a 1980 priest retreat in which he clarifies what he means when he refers to the Second Vatican Council,…


Regarding the Letter “Striking Contrast” by Fr. Francois Laisney (SSPX)

Regarding the Letter “Striking Contrast” by Fr. Francois Laisney (SSPX): Part I [In response to the episcopal consecration of Bishop Jean Michel Faure] By  Sean Johnson  3-22-15  Introduction: Long-time American diplomat and former Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger, was known to have said, “Never let a good crisis go to waste.” By this, he meant that…


SSPX/Ecclesia Dei Convergence: “Apostolicity”

SSPX/Ecclesia Dei Convergence By Sean Johnson August 24, 2014 When the 2007 reprint of Michael Davies’ classic became available from Angelus Press in 2007, it never occurred to me to question the purpose of the release. I presumed that Davies was augmenting his already solid work with additional argumentation and documentation. In fact, it was…


Ipsa Conteret (Issue #1) Now Available!

http://IpsaConteret.com   Dear Friends- We are pleased to announce that Ipsa Conteret is now online, and available gratis, at the link above. The first issue runs 49 pages, and can either be viewed on the website, or downloaded (entirely, or article by article). Please send your feedback to the Editor (Samuel), using the contact function on the http://IpsaConteret.com website. We…