Bishop Fellay’s Business Partner:

BLATANTLY PROMOTING THE FLOUTING OF THE CATHOLIC MORAL NORMS OF MODESTY

Public Pics From His Facebook Page:

“One cannot sufficiently deplore the blindness of so many women of every age and condition; made foolish by desire to please, they do not see to what a degree the indecency of their clothing shocks every honest man, and offends God.” (Benedict XV, Encyclical Sacra Propediem, 1921)

I dare say Max does not look “shocked.”

“We recall that a dress cannot be called decent which is cut deeper than two fingers’ breadth under the pit of the throat, which does not cover the arms at least to the elbows, and scarcely reaches a bit beyond the knees. Furthermore, dresses of transparent material are improper.”

(Detailed instructions on modesty of dress for women issued on September 24, 1928, by the Vicar General of Pope Pius XI in Rome, Basilio Cardinal Pompili)

(Note: The photo above was EXTREMELY immodest, with only the most feminine parts covered…barely.  We had to “cloud” the pic for your safety.)

“And We speak not of those exotic and barbarous dances recently imported into fashionable circles, one more shocking than the other; one cannot imagine anything more suitable for banishing all the remains of modesty.” (Encyclical Letter Sacra Propediem, Jan. 6, 1921.)

“Religion does not fear the dagger’s point; but it can vanish under corruption. Let us not grow tired of corruption: we may use a pretext, such as sport, hygiene, health resorts. It is necessary to corrupt, that our boys and girls practice nudism in dress. To avoid too much reaction, one would have to progress in a methodical manner: first, undress up to the elbow; then up to the knees; then arms and legs completely uncovered; later, the upper part of the chest, the shoulders, etc. etc.” (International Review on Freemasonry, 1928.)

The $1,000,000 question arises again:

Why has Bishop Fellay chosen a man with such blatant contempt for Catholic Tradition to control the finances and assets of the SSPX?

…or was he sent to the SSPX by another?