SSPX statutes
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how can I read the Statutes and Constitutions of the SSPX?
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#2
They are not online that I know of, you could try calling their seminaries and asking for a copy I'm sure, then give a small donation.
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#3
Generally speaking, only members of a religious congregation may read its founding documents, which are often kept closely guarded as private matters.  While the SSPX will occasionally divulge certain extracts to demonstrate their apostolic mission, nevertheless, they would probably not accede to your request.
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(09-27-2011, 02:50 PM)RomanitasPress Wrote: Generally speaking, only members of a religious congregation may read its founding documents, which are often kept closely guarded as private matters.  While the SSPX will occasionally divulge certain extracts to demonstrate their apostolic mission, nevertheless, they would probably not accede to your request.

Huh? In a quick Google search, I found the Constitutions of the Carmelites, the Dominicans and TOR Franciscans online. I didn't bother looking for others, but I'm sure there are lots more.
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