Thursday, June 6, 2013

The SSPX A Story of Farewells

(Vienna) The moral theologian of the Society of St. Pius X. and Prior of Vienna, Father Waldemar Schulz, have published in the journal of his parish-church an essay about the current situation of the Society of St. Pius X. and aptly describes the "resistance" and elaborates in particular, that the history of the SSPX is a "history of goodbyes." In the essay is to be found in its entirety at, where he also describes the risk of criticism addiction, anger and fanaticism:

"Thus, there really is a risk going overboard with mercy, justice, and wisdom and losting love of truth, the Church and souls. Yet there are signs, where the danger could be seen - fatally hindered but very often already progressively astray backpedaling in these ideas - namely when the deep peace of the soul is lost in the face of excessive passion, when strong criticism addiction to great anger, yes, a certain fanaticism captures the soul and fills the heart, so that one is constantly occupied with these problems and they begin to absorb more and more every thought, all meditation, absorb all the powers of people who constantly circle about these problems." Text: Linus Schneider Link to katholisches...

1 comment:

  1. This sounds to me like words from the wise.
    This has at times happened to me a lay person.