Pius Believers are Unfortunately Not Anglicans
The Superior General of the Society of Pius X made the point: If Saint Bonifatius had followed the spirit of the Second Vatican Council, there wouldn't be any Catholics in Germany.
[kreuz.net, Fulda] On the past Sunday 1500 Traditionalists made a Pilgrimage to the grave of St. Bonifatius (+754) in Fulda.
It is the seventh national pilgrimage of the German District of the Society has undertaken to the tomb of the Saint.
The Pontifical Office was celebrated on Sunday by the General Superior of the Society of Pius X, Bishop Bernard Fellay.
He consecrated the entire German District and the whole Society to the Mother of God.
An article on the website 'Piusbruderschaft.de' complained that the Fulda Cathedral was closed to the Pilgrims.
The courtesy of the Bishops in Germany has failed.
Better Protestant than Catholic
In his sermon Msgr Fellay declared: "We are Catholics, we want to simply remain that way."
Today one makes the Society an object of reproach to show itself as Catholic. Therefore that is the reason why you were refused at the church.
The Old Liberal Bishop of Tarves and Lourdes in Southern France, Msgr Jacques Perrier (73), let Anglicans in the Church, the Society of Pius X, however, not.
For that reason he declared to the Society of Pius X: "You insist that you're Catholic"
Bishop Fellay concluded upon this, that the Society could celebrate in the Church, if they denied they were Catholic:
"A complete confusion. This contradiction is everywhere, the situation not simple. Confusion on all sides".
Critic of the Spirit of the Pastoral Council
The Society lives in the truth of that which the Church has always done -- says Msgr Fellay.
"If St. Bonifatius had followed the Spirit of the Second Vatican Council, there would be no Catholics in Germany."
Currently, they are abolishing the Church. They are dissolving it:
"She disappears in a religiosity without boarders, where one has now expressed, the modern Catholics are more protestantic than the Protestants."
In German, his talk at Fulda: