From the news agency of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Pius X (FSSPX / SSPX), DICI:
General House of the Society of Saint Pius X: Bishop Fellay will be received by Cardinal Levada on September 14, 2011
Cardinal William Joseph Levada, Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, invited Bishop Bernard Fellay, Superior General of the Society of Saint Pius X, and his two assistants, Father Niklaus Pfluger and Father Alain-Marc Nély, to meet him in the Palace of the Holy Office on September 14, 2011. In his letter of invitation, Cardinal Levada noted that the purpose of this meeting is first to make an assessment of the theological discussions conducted by the experts of the Congregation for the Faith and of the Society of Saint Pius X over the past two academic years, and then to consider the future prospects.
As an aid to making this assessment, the conclusions of the theological discussions drawn up by the experts of both parties were sent to their respective superiors. That is how Bishop Fellay received in late June the document that will be the subject of the meeting on September 14.
Concerning future prospects, Cardinal Levada’s letter provides no details, but some – in the media and elsewhere… [sic] – think that they are authorized to make hypotheses; they speak about the proposal of a formal agreement on the interpretation of the Second Vatican Council and foresee the institution of a personal prelature or of an ordinariate…. [sic] These hypotheses are the product of speculation and have only their authors to vouch for them. The Society of Saint Pius X abides by official proceedings and confirmed facts.
As Bishop Alfonso de Galarreta recalled on the occasion of the recent priestly ordinations in Ecône [June 29; 2011], “We are Catholic, Apostolic, and Roman. If Rome is the head and the heart of the Catholic Church, we know that (…) the crisis will necessarily be resolved in Rome and by Rome. Consequently, the little good we will do in Rome is much greater than the great deal of good that we will do elsewhere.” With this deep conviction Bishop Fellay will go [to Rome] at the invitation of the Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.(Source : SSPX/MG [General House] – DICI : 08/30/11)
[Rorate will remain in silent recess until mid-September; relevant items could be posted in the meantime. We have replaced our own translation with the one provided a few hours afterwards by the FSSPX.]