Friday, May 25, 2012


A new website was set-up by those preparing to leave the Society if and when the reconciliation of the SSPX with Rome becomes final. came out with this appeal.

Show your support here for priests of the Society of St. Pius X wishing to remain true to their founder's mission.

The Conciliar Church has not changed significantly since Vatican II, nor has the need for the SSPX disappeared. The Crisis in the Church is not over. The role of the SSPX as an international, uncompromising witness to Catholic Tradition is crucial, especially now. There can be no practical agreement with Rome without a doctrinal foundation: the errors of Vatican II must be resolved. Before any re-integration with Rome should be considered, the Pope must be willing to renounce Modernism and everything that flowed from it.


Here is the letter of the website administrators:

May 24, 2012

Dear SSPX Supporter,

We humbly ask you to spread the word about our apostolate.

This Sunday, after Mass, let your trusted friends know about

By phone, e-mail, Facebook, etc. let your family and friends know that there's a website designed to show support for any priests who are *at this very moment* wondering what they will do if a deal is brokered with Rome. is not a discussion forum. It is a head-count for how many people are against an agreement, and a show of solidarity with the SSPX priests who hold the same position. So the more names on, the better!

The more names on the list, the more priests will find the courage to resist the sellout deal, even if it means saying Mass in humbler places such as garages and hotel rooms.

Next Sunday is Pentecost, and the end of May is only 1 week away.

Some say, "Because the opposition of the 3 Bishops has been made known, the deal has been thwarted or at least postponed." but we are not so sure about that. Think about it. Wouldn't Rome be quite content with over 3/4 of the SSPX? Remember, the "new SSPX" would get almost 100% of its buildings, because of the way things have been set up.

The only parts of the SSPX that won't go along with a deal are a large portion of the Laity, and some of its Priests.

So wouldn't the Modernists still get their "death blow" to the SSPX, even if a small part of the SSPX breaks off and starts a new group? Of course they would. The new group would start out with 3 Bishops, ?? priests, hundreds of laymen, and 0 buildings.

The goal of is to make sure that number of priests is 20 instead of 10. Or 35 instead of 25. Or 150 instead of 50. Priests are only human; they don't want to starve. We need to let them know we support them, so it is easier for them to make the right decision.

God bless you,

The Administrators 


The threat of a Schism is real and this shows it.

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