After repeated ambiguous declarations in the last few weeks about the Holocaust and other issues, several Italian sources report that the Italian District of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Pius X (FSSPX / SSPX) has announced the expulsion of Father Floriano Abrahamowicz, the priest responsible for Northeast Italy.
News agency Apcom reports the text of the note, still not available at the official website of the Italian District:
[Portion of the SSPX NOTE, according to several Italian news agencies:] "The action is in effect from Friday, February 6, and was taken for grave reasons of discipline. Father Floriano Abrahamowicz had expressed for some time positions distinct from the official ones of the Fraternity of Saint Pius X. The decision of the expulsion, though painful, was made necessary to avoid that the image of the Fraternity of Saint Pius X be distorted and, with it, that its work in the service of the Church be damaged."
Update: Since some, for no good reason, doubt the first report (ours was the first in English), there are other primary sources, including ASCA and Andrea Tornielli.
Update II (Feb. 7, 1000 GMT): A transcript of the homily pronounced by Father Abrahamowicz in the SSPX mass centers in Treviso and Trent on the Sunday following the removal of the excommunications (Jan. 25) already showed signs of clear Sedevacantism and of disrespect for his superiors, who had welcomed the Decree of removal of excommunications on the preceding day:
In fact, who ordered the injurious decree of "removal" was Joseph Ratzinger, who is still stuck in the Modernist ecumenism of the Second Vatican Council, ... , incurring in the excommunication reserved to the Modernists. An excommunicate revokes a non-existing censure!
A Traditionalist Catholic CANNOT [sic] neither request nor welcome such a decree, even less embrace and kiss its authors, making believe that this act is a gift of Our Lady.
We pray for Joseph Ratzinger so that he may abjure Modernism and embrace the Catholic faith, and for the Fraternity of Saint Pius X so that it may remain faithful to the work of Archbishop Lefebvre.