"And I beheld, and heard the voice of one eagle flying through the midst of heaven,
saying with a loud voice: Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth....
[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:13]

Tuesday, July 24, 2018



Double language : on the one hand, the capitulars say that they make their own " in its entirety " Monsignor Lefebvre's brilliant declaration of November 21, 1974, but, next, they cite her mutilated , suppressing in her what could be more shocking for Rome.

In the second part, they quote the words of St. Pius X, which can not bother too much the liberal Hierarchy that governs the Church.

Double language for a double message :

Message ad intra (to the liking of the members of the SSPX and its faithful): "We maintain the principles of St. Pius X and of Msgr. Lefebvre, that is why we quote them, nothing has changed in the SSPX".

Message ad extra (to the liking of apostate Rome and the liberals and modernists in general): "We have matured, now we are civilized people with whom we can talk and negotiate." The times of intransigence, outbursts and the disqualification, that is why, in citing the declaration of 1974, we have dismissed the excessive words of Bishop Lefebvre and we have made an appointment of St. Pius X who does not hurt anyone, note that we have placed the focus of the declaration on the priesthood and in the mass, and not in the fight for faith, now we are harmless, now we are ready to be integrated into the official structure. "

NP adds, in red, the parts of the 1974 declaration omitted by the FSSPX.

Declaration of the General Chapter of the Society of Saint Pius X

After the General Chapter, the Priestly Society of Saint Pius X recalls the importance and relevance of the declaration of its founder, Bishop Marcel Lefebvre, of November 21, 1974 - more than 50 years of "self-demolition of the Church" allow us to fully appreciate its accuracy. The Fraternity makes it its own in its entirety. "We adhere with all our hearts and with all our soul to Catholic Rome, guardian of the Catholic faith and of the traditions necessary for the maintenance of that faith; to eternal Rome, teacher of wisdom and truth. (...)

On the contrary, we refused and we have always refused to follow the Rome of neo-modernist and neo-Protestant tendency that was clearly manifested in the Second Vatican Council and after the Council in all the reforms that came out of it.

All these reforms, in fact, contributed and still contribute to the demolition of the Church, to the ruin of the Priesthood, to the annihilation of the Sacrifice and the Sacraments, to the disappearance of religious life, to a naturalistic and Teilhardian teaching in the universities , seminars, catechesis, education born of liberalism and Protestantism, condemned repeatedly by the solemn magisterium of the Church.

No authority, not even the highest in the hierarchy, can force us to abandon or diminish our Catholic faith, clearly expressed and professed by the Magisterium of the Church for twenty centuries. (...) [the 1974 statement says " nineteen centuries" and not "twenty centuries". Why this alteration? Do capitulants want to imply that Vatican II and the "post-conciliar magisterium" do not cause serious damage to the faith?]

"If it should happen, says Saint Paul, that we ourselves or an angel from heaven will teach you something different from what I have taught you, let him be anathema" (Gal 1, 8).

Is not this what the Holy Father repeats to us today? And if a certain contradiction manifests itself in his words and acts as well as in the acts of the dicasteries, then we choose what has always been taught and we turn a deaf ear to the destructive news of the Church.

It is not possible to profoundly modify the "lex orandi" without modifying the "lex credendi".

New catechism, new priesthood, new seminaries, new universities, charismatic Church, Pentecostal, all things opposed to orthodoxy and to the teaching of always, correspond to the new Mass.

Having this Reformation born of liberalism, of modernism, it is totally poisoned; it comes out of heresy and ends in heresy, even if all its acts are not formally heretical.

It is therefore impossible for every conscious and faithful Catholic to adopt this Reformation and submit to it in any way whatsoever.

The only attitude of fidelity to the Church and to Catholic doctrine, for our salvation, is the categorical refusal to accept the Reformation.

That is why, without any rebellion, any bitterness, no resentment, we continue our work of priestly formation under the star of the magisterium as always, convinced that we can not render a greater service to the Holy Catholic Church, to the Sovereign Pontiff and to the future generations.

For this reason, we firmly adhere to everything the Church has always believed and practiced in faith, in customs, in worship, in the teaching of the catechism, in the formation of the priest and in the institution of the Church, and that he has codified in the books published before the modernist influence of the Council, in the hope that the true light of Tradition will dispel the darkness that obscures the eternal Rome of heaven. "

And doing this, with the grace of God, the help of the Virgin Mary, of Saint Joseph, of Saint Pius X, we are convinced to remain faithful to the Catholic and Roman Church, to all the successors of Peter, and to be the " fideles dispensers mysteriorum Domini Nostri Jesu Christi in Spiritu Sancto ". Amen.

The Priestly Fraternity Saint Pius X intends to follow its main purpose, the priesthood as our Lord Jesus Christ wanted it, always directing it to what essentially constitutes its reason for being: the holy Sacrifice of the Mass. It is animated by the same sentiments as Saint Pius X, his patron saint: "We firmly affirm that we do not want to be anything, and with the grace of God we will not be before humanity but minister of God, on whose authority we are instruments. God's interests are Our interests; We have decided to consecrate our strengths and life itself. Hence, if anyone asks us for a currency, which expresses Our purpose, we will always give him only this: Establish all things in Christ! "(E supremi apostolatus, October 4, 1903)

Strengthened by the same faith and the same hope as this holy pope, the Fraternity of St. Pius X, by his preaching and by his works, vindicates for our Lord Jesus Christ the fullness of his dominion over all men and all nations, so that their rights and their authority be recognized by all with veneration. For this reason, she continues to work for the triumph of Christ the King and invites all souls of good will to join her in this supernatural and sublime work.

Sorrowful and immaculate heart of Mary, pray for us that we turn to you.

EcĂ´ne, July 21, 2018