Why would these religious communities have a need to be under the auspices of the SSPX, when sacraments are licitly and readily available from priests of the local diocese or those at least in good standing with the Holy See in Rome?
Benedictine monks of Our Lady of Guadalupe Monastery, Silver City, NM sspx.org/Vocations/benedictines_in_the_usa.htm
Discalced Carmelite Nuns of Holy Trinity Convent, Spokane, WA sspx.org/Vocations/carmelites_in_the_usa.htm
Dominican teaching sisters, Convent of Saint Dominic, Post Falls, ID sspx.org/Vocations/dominicans_in_the_usa.htm
Franciscan teaching sisters, Convent of Christ the King, Kansas City, MO sspx.org/Vocations/franciscans_in_the_usa.htm
Its sad you know, as we could certainly use them to counter the liberals here on peters rock, if only they knew how duped they are. Don’t they know that ALL of their sacramental confessions are in fact INVALID in the eyes of the Church when administered by an SSPX priest? Apparently they do not. :crying:
Maybe we should contact these communities and tell them we would seriously consider a vocation with them if they were in good standing with the local diocese and Holy See.
Here is the full list of them at the SSPX website sspx.org/vocations_index.htm