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SSPX Bishop Confirms In Novus Ordo Church

Bishop Bernard Tissier de Mallerais of PiusX conferred Confirmation and celebrated Mass on October 14 in All Souls Church, Sanford, Orlando Diocese.

Mallerais had the permission from Bishop John Gerard Noonan and even from the Vatican in keeping with Francis' extreme centralism and authoritarianism which treats bishops like altar boys. The two collections went to the diocese and the parish.

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SSPX Bishop Celebrates Mass and Confirmations in Diocesan Church in Florida
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This might be another Anglicans at Lateran type of oversight.
Edie Loughmiller
How else could these children receive a traditional confirmation? I'm sure it's not an oversight. It's charity on the part of the SSPX to assist during this time of severe restrictions placed on traditional Catholics who are not members of the SSPX.
Theresa Werner
All of those confirmed were SSPX families. There were so many that the Society's Sanford church was too small for families and guests. It was to the pastor's and bishop's credit that they, in true charity, agreed to the use of their much larger church for the event.
John A Cassani
This seems like an act of charity on the part of the bishop. Even if those confirmed were from “SSPX families,” the fact is that they are all Catholics. Lay folks are not SSPX members, and the SSPX doesn’t claim any sort of jurisdiction over them. I would hope that these Confirmations were recorded in the parish’s register. I suppose whether or not they were would truly determine whether the …More
This seems like an act of charity on the part of the bishop. Even if those confirmed were from “SSPX families,” the fact is that they are all Catholics. Lay folks are not SSPX members, and the SSPX doesn’t claim any sort of jurisdiction over them. I would hope that these Confirmations were recorded in the parish’s register. I suppose whether or not they were would truly determine whether the diocese saw this as a gesture towards fellow Latin Rite Catholics, or some sort of ecumenical gesture towards schismatics.
brhenry
No different than the Vatican and Bishops today permitting "separated brethren" services in parish churches...."Come one, come all..."