Again, those are two different issues. Yet, in practice, my point holds true. The FSSP priest often have little to do with many of the conciliar realities in the Diocese they are in.
While the FSSPX and FSSP on a formal level may have differing views regarding the view on the Novus Ordo and the Conciliar reforms, (often in practice many of the FSSP priests would agree wholeheartedly with the SSPX position) what they both agree upon is the reality that ‘something is rotten in Denmark’. - They both agree that the Novus Ordo is not the preferred rite of liturgy and that the conciliar reforms as a whole have not been good for the Church and that there is a crisis at present in the Church. They do differ as to solution, and the SSPX try to make clear it clear that their position/view on the crisis is not that of the FSSP.
I for one am thankful for that honesty and clarity on this point. Regardless of how anyone may view that.The honesty and integrity is greatly appreciated. Yet for all that, they certainly have both got an essential grasp of the basic problems facing the Church today and work for the restoration of the ancient faith.
Point in fact: -
https://www.veritascaritas.com/ - sermons by a priests of the FSSP, you could not really tell from the sermons alone that he was not an SSPX priest.
The same could be said of the great sermons of Fr. Chad Rippenger - (a former FSSP priest) http://sentrad.org/`
In general, when you attend, Masses at a SSPX Chapel or that of a FSSP chapel, the sermons are often clear cut Catholic doctrine without compromise, solidly grounded in the teachings of St. Thomas, who forms the greater part of their theological and philosophical formation. Which is something anyone who is looking from some sanity in our times is more than grateful to have.