Thursday, January 22, 2009

Hearty congrats to SSPX...


Many of you are readers, congrats to you all from Orbis.

Union of prayers from the Holy City.

Let there be no schisms amongst you... (1 Cor. 1:10).

14 comments:

Michael said...

Is it offical yet?

Anonymous said...

Have the excommunications been lifted or has Williamson's statement about the Holocause wrecked things?

Anonymous said...

Can you imagine the uproar from the progressives...and the Jews???
And the Protestants!!!

If these people react so angrilly, then Pope Benedict XVI must be doing something very right!!!

Pray for our tremendously courageous Pope Benedict XVI!!
I really didn't think he had it in him. I'm shocked...but in a good way.

Jennifer said...

What does this mean?

Jennifer said...

What does this mean?

Anonymous said...

It means that Paul VI and John Paul II in their persecution of the SSPX for their defending the Catholic traditions and the Traditional Mass were WRONG.

Anonymous said...

Pro unitate Ecclesiae!

PiusLad said...

Apparently the rumours are true... I have it from a reliable source in the Vatican that the document has, in fact, been signed.

nat said...

If the excommunication of the four Bishops were removed then this would be tremendous news and proof positive that praying the Holy Rosary does work.
Sadly all that has been ‘confirmed’ at present is that the Holy See will issue a statement on Saturday 24 January 2009. It is ‘possible’ that such statement may deal with the lifting of the excommunication of the four FSSPX bishops. On the other hand it may not be about lifting the excommunication.
So lets wait in prayer until tomorrow.

Miguel José Ernst-Sandoval said...

Now the one half of my family will be in communion with the other half. LOL.

Anonymous said...

Welcome back, brothers.

Twenty plus years outside of the Church's pale is a long time.

Like the Roman Catechism says: "Schismatics are excluded from the Church" and "Excommunicated persons are not members of the Church."

No longer cut off by sentence, let's get some work done for tradition!

Anonymous said...

You've got it all wrong! There was never any "schism" or "excommunication" and they don't need to be "welcomed back" because they were never gone!

Dan said...

No both Pope Paul VI and Johan Paul II
Were not wrong. In any way waht so ever.

Anonymous said...

so was Judy and her friends in communion when they disobeyed the Pope?
Mom