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 Fr. Scott on the rumoured "motu proprio" 
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Fr. Scott's latest newsletter. This is well worth reading. For example,
Fr. Peter Scott wrote:
Consequence: we cannot accept to have two Masses side by side. We cannot attend traditional Masses celebrated by priests who still celebrate the New Mass, or who do not see any problem with it. We cannot accept to regularly share altars and churches with the post-conciliar Mass. We must continue to revendicate the rights of Tradition, namely that there is only one true, Catholic, Latin right Mass and it is the Tridentine Mass, and it is the complete profession of the Catholic Faith and the rejection of the errors of Vatican II. Here lies the reason why our Superior General, Bishop Fellay, has consistently refused to compromise with the Roman authorities and look for any other than the true solution to the crisis.

In Christ our King.

Tue Nov 14, 2006 5:13 am
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Pax Christi !

Wow, this part of Australia looks very similar to the Spokane Wa. outlying area.

Thanks for sharing this John !

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Tue Nov 14, 2006 6:45 am

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Thanks for posting this, John. It is very encouraging to see Fr. Scott, who is responsible for the education of future SSPX priests, confirm in writing the non-compromising current attitude of the SSPX. Deo Gratias!

Let's hope that this assists in removing at least one obstacle that undermines the unity of the Church, and gives pause for us to reconsider any others that may be just as invalid.

"Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity..."


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