SSPX will proceed with ordinations despite Vatican warning
The head of the traditionalist Society of St. Pius X (SSPX) has indicated that the group will go forward with priestly ordinations despite a warning from the Vatican that the ceremonies would be “illegitimate.” Bishop Bernard Fellay told <i>Die Presse</i> that only the German bishops saw the ordinations as “a provocation.” In spite of the cautionary statement from the Holy See, he claimed: “In Rome, there is sympathy for these ordinations.”
Three points on the recent SSPX ordinations
Ed Peters writes: I thought lifting the SSPX excommunications was meant to bring them closer to Catholic unity; instead, it seems to confirm their drifting more distant.
Read why here: http://www.canonlaw.info/2009/06/three-points-on-recent-sspx-ordinations.html