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From Ecumenism to Silent Apostasy
Bishop Fellay letter to the cardinals against ecumenism

On January 6, 2004, the 25th anniversary of the pontificate of Pope John Paul II, Bishop Fellay addressed the cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church in a letter about the disastrous effects of ecumenism effected through Vatican II and the Novus Ordo Missae. Included with the letter was the booklet From Ecumenism to Silent Apostasy.

On February 2, 2004, Bishop Fellay gave a interview to DICI regarding the release of the study From Ecumenism to Silent Apostasy.

Bishop Fellay's letter to the cardinals against ecumenism 2004

DICI interview of Bishop Fellay about his letter to the cardinals against ecumenism 2-2-2004 DICI

From Ecumenism to Silent Apostasy: buy the book

From Ecumenism to Silent Apostasy
The book sent to all of the cardinals
2004

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Other related topics
Press Release on Assisi II
On January 24th, 2002  another inter-religious prayer meeting was convened at Assisi by Pope John Paul II. Bishop Fellay's comments on this upcoming tragic event

Address to the Holy Father
When Bishop Fellay presented Pope John Paul II with the book, The Problem of the Liturgical Reform, he included this address as a preface

Archbishop Lefebvre's June 1988 Public Statement against ecumenism
Written originally in 1983, it was not made public though until the Episcopal Consecrations in June 1988

Archbishop Lefebvre's 1986 Letter to 8 Cardinals regarding the Assisi Affair
"Eminence, for the honor of the one true God and of our Lord Jesus Christ, make a public protest, come to the help of the still faithful bishops, priests and Catholics......"
 1/7/2011

1986 Declaration against Assisi I made by Archbishop Lefebvre and Bishop de Castro Mayer
"For us, remaining indefectibly attached to the Catholic and Roman Church of all times, we are obliged to take note that this Modernist and liberal religion of modern and conciliar Rome is always distancing itself..." 
1/7/2011

1985 letter to Pope John Paul II from Archbishop Lefebvre and Bishop de Castro Mayer
Composed and signed by both bishops on August 31, 1985, this letter summarized the condition of the Church, how false ecumenism is contrary to Church teaching, and how it is causing a crisis in the Church

A Letter to Pope John Paul II from Archbishop Lefebvre and Bishop de Castro Mayer
The famous 1985 joint-letter that summarized the condition of the Church, how false ecumenism is contrary to her teaching, and thereby causing a crisis

1983 Open Letter (Episcopal Manifesto) to Pope John Paul II
A joint letter written by Archbishop Lefebvre and Bishop de Castro Mayer against liberal errors

1974 Declaration of Archbishop Lefebvre

Reply of Archbishop Lefebvre to Cardinal Ottaviani after the Council
Written in December 1966, nearly a year after the conclusion of Vatican II, Archbishop Lefebvre details the confusion that was already occurring so early in the missionary Africa amongst the Holy Ghost Fathers

Bishop de Castro Mayer's Letter to Pope Paul VI regarding the promulgation of the New Mass
Written on September 12, 1969, this letter pre-dates the famous Brief Critical Study of the New Order of Mass, and briefly highlights some of the doctrinal problems with the New Mass

A Brief Critical Study of the Novus Ordo Missae
Commonly referred to as the Ottaviani Intervention, this excellent and well-known study on the Novus Ordo Missae was chaired by Archbishop Lefebvre

 
 
 
 
 

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