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(kreuz.net) The Traditional religious community of the Reparative Sisters of Niedaltdorf have established themselves under the Society of St. Pius X.
The Sisters explained this in an open letter to the General Superior of the Society, Bishop Bernard Fellay.
The text is available on the website of the Society. [In German]
Niedaltdorf -- is a village in the community of Rehlingen-Siersburg in the district of Saarlouis located in the Diocese of Trier in Saarland. The Sisters have been entrusted to run the elder home St. Antoniushaus.
In 2000 the Sisters were required to find a second house.
For the moment all the Sisters live in Niedaltdorf.
Worldwide there are twenty seven religious communities in the Society of PIus X.
Persecuted by the Communists and by the Conciliar Commisars
In their letter the Reparative Sisters thank "from the heart" and with "deepest gratitude" for their acceptance into the ranks of the Society.
Since their founding, it has been a goal of the Sisters, through the Old Mass, through prayer and service to neighbor to sacrifice and atone.
The foundress, Mother Cornelia Holewik, gathered her first daughters in Communist Czechoslovakia between 1945 to 1966.
The Sisters were inflicted with severe physical and spiritual torments during the Communist persecution -- explained the letter to Bishop Fellay:
"In true and real Catholic Faith for atonement for the mother house and enduring six years of factory work under the worst conditions, till she could travel to the Bundesrepublik after long, difficult battles."
In the Conciliar confusion the Nuns " were exposed to many battles" again: "We have prayed all year for clear understanding."
They learned that divine providence had led the Order in incorporation with the Society of St. Pius X -- it went on.
There is "still where the true Catholic Faith is promoted and lived".
The Sisters of the Reparation invited Msgr Fellay to their house:
"Porae patent, magis cor" - "The doors remain open, even more so then the heart."
Link to original, here.