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State of Necessity

State of Necessity

The State of Necessity
This article explains this condition that exists in the Church today and its crucial role in justifying the canonical position of the SSPX and its priests

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SSPX FAQ #9Do traditional priests have jurisdiction?

Supplied jurisdiction and traditional priests
This conference given by Bishop Tissier de Mallerais in 1991 touches on the important topic of supplied jurisdiction, its effect upon traditional priests and their ministry, as well as on the issue of the laity and Catholic Action

SSPX and annulments
Lists some FAQs regarding this important matter and provides links to 4 in-depth articles

The validity of confessions and marriages in SSPX chapels
This in-depth article by Fr. Angles shows via canon law why these sacraments given by SSPX priests are certainly valid

Rome approves marriages by SSPX
A section from Bishop Fellay's SSPX Update (12-19-2002) gives details of Rome's acceptance of the marriages performed by the priests of the SSPX as both valid and licit, just as the SSPX has been saying all along!

 
 

 

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