The Essence of the Question


The Essence of the Question

Again we hear an SSPX priest asking, why? Fr. Damien Fox, SSPX, gave a conference on the Feast of St. John the Baptist, June 24, 2012. There he wisely assessed the real question about the proposed agreement between the Society and Rome. That question being not the issue of regularization but is it prudent at this time for the Society to come to terms with Rome?

This is all any one of the bishops, priests, or laity who have spoken out is asking. Certainly, theirs is not a spirit of rebellion but a sincere question of prudence. Hopefully, the whole issue is now dead; however, it is still worth taking the time to listen to this gentle and wise prelate.

Father Fox Conference: Frog and the Scorpion

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pH0eYcMiaow&feature=youtu.be

Richard of Danbury, D.S.G.

 

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