Our friends over at Non Possumus report a very important development in Argentina, where an official recognition of the SSPX by the conciliar hierarchy is being reported by Argentina's largest daily newspaper Clarin (the same newspaper to whom Fr. Bouchacourt made his infamous remarks).
"Lefebvrists re-admitted to the Church in Argentina"
"In Argentina, members of the ultra-conservative group founded by French bishop Marcel Lefebvre – excommunicated by Pope John-Paul II in 1988 along with four other bishops – have formally returned to the Catholic Church. ... "
Given that Bishop Fellay and his defenders have stated numerous times that "there will be no agreement", ought we to expect an immediate Press Communiqué from Menzingen condemning its own South American District Superior and the SSPX priests in Argentina, and informing the world that they are no longer in the SSPX? After all, it took them less than 24 hours to condemn the consecration of Bishop Faure...
Or will the Bitter Cynics and Prophets of Doom be proved right yet again? Will more such 'local agreements' follow, before finally Rome and Menzingen formally announce what has already de facto taken place?
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