Loosely translated from the Original Italian
SOURCE: bulletin LE SEIGNADOU September this year (extract, emphasis added)
Father Simoulin, current prior of Saint Joseph of Carmes, was rector of St. Pius X Institute, director of the Seminary of Ecône from 1988 to 1996, prior of Lyon and District Superior of Italy. It is one of the most notorious Neo acuerdistas the SSPX, so in this text calls to accept the "gift" apostate Rome offers disoriented Fraternity.
is too easy to say that one is not sedevacantist and recognizes the authority of the pope, but rejecting everything that comes from him because he is "neo-modernist", for fear of contamination reconcile, etc. This seems very summary as theology And I say that everything that comes from Rome is not necessarily "fall!"
The Catholic Church always lives in Rome with Pope, Vicar of Jesus Christ, even if the vicar seems unfaithful to his office by now. Let us not forget that the Catholic Church is not the "mystical body of Pope" (P. Calmel) and that the conciliar Church is none other than the Catholic Church filled with a thought that is foreign, afflicted of a liturgy and theology that they are imposed.
That said, there is an error combat by another mistake, claiming for example that everything that comes from the "neo-modernist Rome" is necessarily wrong, or sin, that nothing good can come from Rome and that everything must be rejected .
TCK: What could possibly go wrong, LOL! The NeoSSPX is itchy to be proclaimed "Catholic" by these heretics. The Society need not worrying about "saving the Church" when they are self imploding on a daily basis. But hey as Bishop Fellay said shortly ago, "they call us Catholic!". So I guess these Universalists have converted now according to Bishop Fellay. The incomptency and/or delusion amongst the pseudo trad circle is FRIGHTENING.
Archbishop Lefebvre said the following words on 6 September 1990:
“Some people are always admiring the grass in the neighbour’s field…they look to our enemies on the other side. “After all, we must be charitable, we must be kind, we must not be divisive, after all, they are celebrating the Tridentine Mass, they are not as bad as everyone says” —but THEY ARE BETRAYING US —betraying us! They are shaking hands with the Church’s destroyers. They are shaking hands with people holding modernist and liberal ideas condemned by the Church. So they are doing the devil’s work. They are now saying: “So long as they grant us the old Mass, we can shake hands with Rome, no problem.” But we are seeing how it works out. They are in an impossible situation. Impossible. One cannot both shake hands with modernists and keep following Tradition. Not possible. Not possible.
Archbishop Lefebvre said the following words in July or August 1989:
Question: Some people say,“Yes, but Archbishop Lefebvre should have accepted an agreement with Rome because once the Society of St. Pius X had been recognized and the suspensions lifted, he would have been able to act in a more effective manner inside the Church, whereas now he has put himself outside.”
Archbishop Lefebvre: Such things are easy to say. To stay inside the Church, or to put oneself inside the Church – what does that mean? Firstly, what Church are we talking about? If you mean the Conciliar Church, then we who have struggled against the Council for twenty years because we want the Catholic Church, we would have to re-enter this Conciliar Church in order, supposedly, to make it Catholic. That is a complete illusion. It is not the subjects that make the superiors, but the superiors who make the subjects.
Archbishop Lefebvre said the following words on 30 June 1988 :
It is not for me to know when Tradition will regain its rights at Rome, but I think it is my duty to provide the means of doing that which I shall call “Operation Survival,” operation survival for Tradition. Today, this day, is Operation Survival. If I had made this deal with Rome, by continuing with the agreements we had signed, and by putting them into practice, I would have performed “Operation Suicide”. There was no choice, we must live! That is why today, by consecrating these bishops, I am convinced that I am continuing to keep Tradition alive, that is to say, the Catholic Church.