7 comments on “Society of St. Pius X

  1. Isa siguro to sa MGA pinaka nagustuhan kong entry sa blog mo.🙂
    Sabi ko nga, it took centuries for the Roman and Eastern churches to withdraw their mutual excommunications, SOMEDAY, I strongly pray a full Reconciliation between the SSPX and Rome. As the Pope Emeritus said
    Can we be totally indifferent about a community which has 491 priests, 215 seminarians, 6 seminaries, 88 schools, 2 university-level institutes, 117 religious brothers, 164 religious sisters and thousands of lay faithful? Should we casually let them drift farther from the Church?

  2. I really like this post! Ang galing galing mo talaga kapatid! Habang binabasa ko ito, para may kuryente na dumadaloy sa mga ugat ko. Ang husay ng mga paliwanag. Excellent! Ito yong lagi kong sinasabi sa’yo…kalooban ng Diyos kung bakit ka nahalal bilang Pangulo ng CFD-Archdiocese of Manila chapter dahil pangarap din ni Card. Tagle na magkaroon ng new breed of apologist. Ikaw ang katuparan noon. THE NEW BREED OF APOLOGISTS is now coming to town. Hehe, kasali rin kami diyan noh!? Nawa’y patnubayan ka ng Poong Maykapal.

  3. I am still not sure about the status of SSPX. They are not under ecumenism and certainly not under interreligious dialogue. They are under the CDF as was pointed out and this implies something internal. The lay members of the SSPX were never excommunicated (only the clergy were) so they are technically not schismatics. The excommunications were lifted so the clergy are most probably not schismatics (still have to verify) but they are suspended ad divinis so there is still something irregular and the suspension affects only the ministerial actions of the clergy in the eucharist (validity of penance and matrimony are in question) which remain valid albeit illicit. They are very close to us.

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