Pat Archbold calls for Francis to embrace SSPX despite VII disagreements. National Catholic Register removes article.

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Pat Archbold has written an intriguing post arguing that the Pontificate of Pope Francis is the best opportunity to bring the SSPX back into the fold.

I have great concern that without the all the generosity that faith allows by the leaders of the Church, that this separation, this wound on the Church, will become permanent. In fact, without such generosity, I fully expect it. Such permanent separation and feeling of marginalization will likely separate more souls than just those currently associated with the SSPX.
 

I have also come to believe that Pope Francis’ is exactly the right Pope to do it. In his address to the evangelicals, he makes clear his real concern for unity.
 

So here is what I am asking. I ask the Pope to apply that wide generosity to the SSPX and to normalize relations and their standing within the Church. I am asking the Pope to do this even without the total agreement on the Second Vatican Council. Whatever their disagreements, surely this can be worked out over time with the SSPX firmly implanted in the Church. I think that the Church needs to be more generous toward unity than to insist upon dogmatic adherence to the interpretation of a non-dogmatic council. The issues are real, but they must be worked out with our brothers at home and not with a locked door.

 

Modernism is Heresy.  No reconciliation is possible, not under the current pope.  According to Pope Francis The TLM is rather a kind of fashion. And if it is a fashion, therefore it is a matter that does not need that much attention. It is just necessary to show some patience and kindness to people who are addicted to a certain fashion. Clearly Pope Francis is more interested in dismantling Traditional Catholic Orders and belittling her members. He is no friend of SSPX , Protestant sects and Islam yes. The Holy Catholic Church NO!

Read more:http://the-american-catholic.com/2014/02/25/pat-archbolds-controversial-call-for-unity/#sthash.XHazEstN.dpuf

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