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Old May 20, '12, 4:54 am
PaulinVA PaulinVA is offline
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Default Re: SSPX may be involved with diocesan seminaries

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So you're saying the FSSP is more likely to go against the Church in the future than say, the Cantians?
I don't know anything of the Cantians so I can't answer your question. However, I have nothing against the FSSP. I was referring to the SSPX.

I think you might be referring to the SSPX priests who split and formed the FSSP after the excommunications. Well, when things became apparent where SSPX was heading, they did the right thing. I don't think that they are tainted at all.
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Old May 20, '12, 7:27 am
ImmaculataFides ImmaculataFides is offline
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Default Re: SSPX may be involved with diocesan seminaries

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If they are running an entire Diocesan Seminary, then they *have to* train priests in the Ordinary Form. You know, because it's ORDINARY (ie; the norm).
If they had to offer, or train priests, in the Ordinary Form (Novus Ordo) they would not involve themselves.

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The schism part is speculation, yes. However if you look at the great founders of most other Societies and Orders, they certainly didn't create the same mess that circled the SSPX.
That's really got nothing to do with schism.

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Further, as much as I don't want a partial schism, do you want to make a gentlemen's wager on His Grace Williamson not making it back to Rome?
I'll leave it up to the SSPX.
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