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I have now watched some more of the conference. If it wasn't so sad, it would be quite funny.
"Yes, I am a conspiracy theorist, you bet I am"
Then he goes on to explain some of the conspiracies, he believes in. To him "it is on the Internet" is a synonym to "it's true".
9/11 was an inside job (of course, we knew that). The 7/7 London bombings were also an inside job. Also the London riots were staged. During the Olympic Games "they" (the inside jobbers) are going to set off an atomic bomb in London ("Somebody sent it to me, it is on the Internet!").
Also "the reason Bishop Fellay wants to go to Rome is that he is not a conspiracy theorist."

He also explains why the SSPX is the true Church ("The conciliar Church is neither One, nor Holy, nor Catholic, nor Apostolic. The SSPX is One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic").

Also, he recommends "V for Vendetta" - the man who thinks "The sound of music" is pornographic.
I've watched almost every episode of the conference I'm on 10 now I think.

I found everything +Williamson said to be right on target. I did not catch the V for Vendetta remark.

He is not saying everything on the internet is true, don't put words in his mouth that aren't there. He is simply implying there is ample evidence on the internet for anyone to research that most attacks that are huge and covered by the media are staged, false flags in order to take away the rights of the people.

I support +Williamson 100%. I believe he is entirely correct about the situation with Rome. Yes, we should all pray and do more devotions for the Holy Father.

I don't recall him saying "the SSPX is the true church." Never once did I hear him say that, if you could point it out to me that would be great.

He is however saying that the SSPX is the one teaching the traditional faith, whereas most other traditional orders are ignoring the errors of Vatican II and not criticizing the Novus Ordo enough. It is a doctrinal problem with Rome, they don't want to accept Pascendi, the Syllabus, and the Oath Against Modernism. That was brought up in their sessions with the Holy See and the Vatican Theologians just ignored it, as if it wasn't even relevant. That is what I picked up from +Williamson's conference.

So +Williamson is right that the SSPX cannot make any type of practical agreement with Rome, if Rome is unwilling to accept previous dogmatic statements. That is a very scary situation indeed.
(08-02-2012, 06:34 PM)Atomagenesis Wrote: [ -> ]He is however saying that the SSPX is the one teaching the traditional faith, whereas most other traditional orders are ignoring the errors of Vatican II and not criticizing the Novus Ordo enough. It is a doctrinal problem with Rome, they don't want to accept Pascendi, the Syllabus, and the Oath Against Modernism. That was brought up in their sessions with the Holy See and the Vatican Theologians just ignored it, as if it wasn't even relevant. That is what I picked up from +Williamson's conference.

So +Williamson is right that the SSPX cannot make any type of practical agreement with Rome, if Rome is unwilling to accept previous dogmatic statements. That is a very scary situation indeed.

Indeed.
(08-02-2012, 06:34 PM)Atomagenesis Wrote: [ -> ]He is not saying everything on the internet is true, don't put words in his mouth that aren't there.
I did not say that. I said that he uses the phrase "It's on the internet" as a synonym for "it's true". Which he does.

Quote:I don't recall him saying "the SSPX is the true church." Never once did I hear him say that, if you could point it out to me that would be great.
He does not say that. However, "The conciliar Church is neither One, nor Holy, nor Catholic, nor Apostolic. The SSPX is One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic" is a direct quote, and people who have listened in their catechism classes know that only the true Church has all four marks.

His position on this seems to be depending on the topic. When he talks about the Conciliar Church then he says that the SSPX is One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic. However, when he talks about Bishop Fellay, he says that it is inevitable that the SSPX will split. He also explains that in his funky graph. The four marks always stay with him, even if the pope, the whole Church and the rest of the SSPX lose them.

He is however saying that the SSPX is the one teaching the traditional faith, whereas most other traditional orders are ignoring the errors of Vatican II and not criticizing the Novus Ordo enough. It is a doctrinal problem with Rome, they don't want to accept Pascendi, the Syllabus, and the Oath Against Modernism. That was brought up in their sessions with the Holy See and the Vatican Theologians just ignored it, as if it wasn't even relevant. That is what I picked up from +Williamson's conference.

So +Williamson is right that the SSPX cannot make any type of practical agreement with Rome, if Rome is unwilling to accept previous dogmatic statements. That is a very scary situation indeed.
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