Vatican, SSPX still at odds on Vatican II
Catholic World News - February 22, 2011
The Vatican has concluded a round of theological talks with the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX), with the head of the traditionalist group reporting that the two sides have not reached agreement on the teachings of Vatican II.
Bishop Bernard Fellay said that while the talks were productive, the SSPX remained at odds with the Vatican. In an interview the SSPX leader said that the results of the meetings reflected the different intentions of the two sides. The Vatican hoped to persuade the SSPX to accept the authority of Vatican II, he said.
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