CDF REJECTS SSPX SECOND RESPONSE

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Pope Benedict XVI at the failure of negotiations with the fundamentalist
Jean Mercier
28/01/2012

After a final review of the record fundamentalist by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Benedict XVI is to decide now if the dissidents Lefebvrists can be reintegrated into the Catholic Church. The pope, who has worked hard for a reconciliation, faces the fundamentalist rejection of the legacy of Vatican II.

Never the solitude of the head of the Catholic Church has been greater. Pope must decide the issue of reconciliation between the Catholic Church and dissidents Lefebvrists. The Pope must rule after the balance achieved by the Plenary Assembly of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF), met from January 24 to 27, who worked on this issue among other topics.

At this asemblée, the prelates of the CDF members scrutinized the answers that the Priestly Society of St. Pius X (SSPX) has given the Preamble doctrine that had been submitted in September 2011. First, the initial response of Bishop Fellay, head of the SSPX, sent to the Vatican in December 2011 and which led to a request for clarification. Then, the second response sent by Bishop Fellay in mid-January 2012. However, sources relayed by the agency I. MEDIA, the second response did not satisfy members of the CDF. Indeed, the FFSPX involves much of the legacy of Vatican II. Officially, according to Monsignor Guido Pozzo, secretary of the Commission Ecclesia Dei, joined by La Vie , the evaluation phase of the response Lefebvrist is completed. The outcome rests in the hands of Benedict XVI. But it is unlikely that the Pope is pronounced differently from the bishops of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.

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Le pape Benoît XVI face à l'échec des négociations avec les intégri...

Après un ultime examen du dossier intégriste par la Congrégation pour la doctrine de la foi, c'est à Benoît XVI de décider maintenant si les dissidents lefebvristes peuvent être réintégrés au sein de l'Eglise catholique. Le pape, qui a beaucoup oeuvré en faveur d'une réconciliation, se heurte au refus intégriste de l'héritage du concile Vatican II. 

Le pape Benoît XVI © Alberto Pizzoli AFP / Mgr Bernard Fellay, chef de file des Levebvristes © Fabrice Coffrini AFP

Le pape Benoît XVI © Alberto Pizzoli AFP / Mgr Bernard Fellay, chef de file des Levebvristes © Fabrice Coffrini AFP

Jamais la solitude du chef de l'Eglise catholique n'a été aussi grande. Benoît XVI doit trancher le dossier de la réconciliation entre l'Eglise catholique et les dissidents lefebvristes. Le pape doit statuer après le bilan réalisé par l'assemblée plénière de la Congrégation pour la Doctrine de la Foi (CDF), réunie du 24 au 27 janvier, et qui a travaillé sur ce dossier parmi d'autres sujets.

Lors de cette asemblée, les prélats membres de la CDF ont scruté les réponses que la Fraternité sacerdotale Saint-Pie X (FSSPX) a données au Préambule doctrinal qui leur avait été remis en septembre 2011. D'abord la première réponse de Mgr Fellay, patron de la FSSPX, adressée au Vatican en décembre 2011, et qui avait donné lieu à une demande de clarification. Ensuite, la seconde réponse envoyée par Mgr Fellay mi-janvier 2012.

Cependant, selon des sources relayées par l'agence I.MEDIA, cette seconde réponse n'a pas satisfait les membres de la CDF. En effet, la FFSPX met en cause une grande partie de l'héritage du Concile Vatican II. Officiellement, selon Mgr Guido Pozzo, secrétaire de la Commission Ecclesia Dei, joint par La Vie, la phase de l'évaluation de la réponse lefebvriste n'est pas terminée. L'issue repose entre les mains de Benoît XVI. Mais il est peu probable que le pape se prononce différemment des évêques membres de la Congrégation pour la doctrine de la foi.

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Society of St. Pius X: The response of Bishop Fellay to Cardinal Levada studied in Rome

3-02-2012
SOURCE DICI

Saint_office Benedict XVI received the participants of the Plenary of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF), Jan. 27, at the Vatican. On this occasion, its president, Cardinal William Joseph Levada said the Pontifical Commission Ecclesia Dei, in close collaboration with the Congregation, "doing important work and follows the evolution of the dialogue with the Society of St. Pius X".

Thus, this four-day plenary session allowed the cardinals and bishops who are members of studying, among other subjects, the response of the Society of St. Pius X in the Preamble of doctrine proposed by Rome in September 2011.

According I.Media, "after an initial response sent to Rome in December and found to be insufficient," the Society of St. Pius X has "achieved a second response" that "to Vatican sources," again according I.Media, not not prove more satisfactory in the eyes of those who study it. " Roman and the agency concluded: "The answer of Rome is now in the hands of Benedict XVI. "

Source familiar with the matter, we know that the letter from Bishop Fellay in mid-January is not a "second response" but she said the position of the Society of St. Pius X and the scope of document addressed to Cardinal Levada, December 1, 2011, in response to the proposal Roman on September 14. (Sources: IMedia / APIC / SSPX - DICI No. 249 of 02/03/12)

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