[quote="Phemie, post:13, topic:292426"]
Whoa! That's not right! If we have no other choice we can receive at an SSPX parish, and we can certainly marry in a Protestant church with a dispensation.
This is what the Church has always taught, and has been recently ignored. You can marry and you will be married, but that doesn't mean the marriage should have been done in a Protestant Church nor does it mean the ones who married/presided did not commit a sacrilege; however, there would be no guilt (to my knowledge) on part of the marrying couple, but perhaps on the minister and the Church hierarchy.
Regarding the SSPX, Rome has said you can receive Communion in a grave case. However, this does not mean the priest celebrating Mass does not commit a sacrilege by doing so; he might not be, the language has been somewhat vague between them and Rome. From what I've been told, you can fulfill your Sunday obligation but you should not receive Communion from an FSSPX priest. The SSPX can't both be outside the Church and having licit Sacraments, meaning not sacrilegious.
This is from an FSSP priest, but is laid out pretty clearly in the Summa. Where, I cannot remember, it has been years ago and it is far to late to bust it out.