From the News Service of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops:
By John Thavis
Catholic News Service
ROME (CNS) -- A year after his meeting with Pope Benedict XVI, the head of the Society of St. Pius X, Bishop Bernard Fellay, said there had been no substantial progress on reconciliation with the Vatican.
Bishop Fellay said that after the terms of a possible agreement were discussed by cardinals and Roman Curia officials in meetings last spring "there's been no development" on the issue.
"I think probably the pope would like things to go quicker, and he's probably facing a lot of opposition from the cardinals, from within," Bishop Fellay said Aug. 24.
"Right now, there's not much happening in either direction," he said.
Bishop Fellay spoke by phone to Catholic News Service from the society's headquarters in Econe, Switzerland.
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Comment on yesterday's news: as Theseus in the palace of Minos, you may try to get out of the maze by following a trail -- of flowers...