Post by Admin on Dec 6, 2019 13:55:53 GMT
Father Pagliarani resumes discussions with Rome
Discussions resume between Rome and the current FSSPX
[Adapted and translated via Google Translate from here.]
Fr. de Jorna [District Superior of France] confirmed with French priests the creation of a commission of discussions with Rome. The discussions will be in writing.
The three priests appointed for these discussions in writing are the Fathers Gleize, Sélégny (currently in charge of the communication of the SSPX) and Gaud (director of the seminar of Flavigny). The three priests in question did not react in 2012 to the reversal concerning the positions of the SSPX on its relations with Rome (possibility now to make a canonical agreement with Rome without its conversion) and clearly stated their opposition to the "Letter of the Deans "who denounced the canonical agreements on marriages.
While the current Roman context manifests the apostasy of the highest authorities of the Church (Amazon Synod, scandal - doctrinal and moral around the pope), these doctrinal discussions of a private nature (the discussions will never be published, like the previous ones ) appear more as a political game than a practical and logical denunciation of this apostasy among the disoriented faithful.
The journalist questions a Roman prelate - "And the SSPX?"
The Roman prelate answers: - "Oh, do not worry, we are in discussion."
The journalist questions Menzingen - "And Rome?"
Menzingen responds to the reporter:, "Oh, do not worry, we are in discussion."
In practice, the canonical agreements concluded on confessions and marriages will remain, Mgr. Huonder will remain within the SSPX, and [any] opponents of [these] canonical agreements will always be removed from positions of responsibility [in] the current SSPX or even returned.
In his testament to the four bishops, Archbishop Lefebvre invited his successors to denounce the apostasy and wait for the day when " the pope would be perfectly Catholic again to put their episcopate in his hands."