Tuesday, July 24, 2012
13 Video Conference Series: Bishop Williamson on the SSPX and Rome

The following message was forwarded to me this morning.  I wish to make it available to all of my readers for your edification, if you are interested in hearing His Excellency Bishop Williamson speak on matters concerning Archbishop Lefebvre, Rome, Traditionalism, and similar themes. These are recently released videos. 
Dear all.

I can happily inform you that I have spoken directly with Bishop Williamson yesterday morning to get his consent to make the conferences public again. I apologise for the frustration you may have had trying to view them last time due to the unexpected request to disable them for public viewing. 

Below are the links to all the videos which are now uploaded:

That being said, I hope the videos help to crystallise the situation for you as clearly as actually being present at conferences did for me at the time.


5 comment(s):

del_button July 25, 2012 at 6:57 AM
MarkA said...

What are your comments regarding the video of Bishop Williamson posted yesterday (7/24/12) on multiple blogs where Bishop Williamson states [while commenting on the SSPX General Chapter:
"... they've [SSPX at the General Chapter] got to get rid of Bishop Fellay"

It's posted on CathCon and other sites.
What are your thoughts regarding this?
Thank you. God bless you.

Yours in Christ,

del_button July 25, 2012 at 1:01 PM
servo said...

Listened to a couple of these, they're pretty interesting. Good to hear him unedited and straight. Better to go to the source instead of listening to neo-cat blogs like the Crappy Minority Report that try to make him into an insane monster.

del_button July 25, 2012 at 5:39 PM
servo said...

Ain't saying I agree with everything, but I mean I have more sympathy for him than the multitude of sneering bloggers who trash him. Unplug your computer and plug yer mouths, people!

del_button July 27, 2012 at 6:08 PM
Colm said...

From what I have read on the internet, it seems that Bp. Williamson is calling for Bp. Fellay to be removed from the SSPX. After he has already been excluded from the General Chapter, there may be a chance that Williamson could be "kicked out" of the Society. If this were to happen, would you still support him? I only ask because you,like myself, seem to be a traditional Catholic who is supportive of the SSPX and prays for them to be reconciled with the Holy See.

del_button October 24, 2012 at 8:57 PM
Anonymous said...

Communiqué of the General House of the Society of Saint Pius X (October 24, 2012)
Bishop Richard Williamson, having distanced himself from the management and the government of the SSPX for several years, and refusing to show due respect and obedience to his lawful superiors, was declared excluded from the SSPX by decision of the Superior General and its Council, on October 4th, 2012. A final deadline had been granted to him to declare his submission, after which he announced the publication of an “open letter” asking the Superior General to resign.
This painful decision has become necessary by concern for the common good of the Society of Saint Pius X and its good government, according to what Archbishop Lefebvre denounced: “This is the destruction of authority. How authority can be exercised if it needs to ask all members to participate in the exercise of authority? “(Ecône, June 29, 1987)
Menzingen, October 24th, 2012

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