The main portion of the sermon delivered yesterday, November 11, by the Superior General of the Society of Saint Pius X (FSSPX / SSPX), Bp. Bernard Fellay, in the main church of the SSPX in France (Saint-Nicolas-du-Chardonnet, in Paris), was when, after repeating his view of what happened in the past few months in his dealings with the Holy See, including personally with the Pope himself (as he had done in Écône on November 1), he said the following:
That is, my dear brethren, the situation. And that is why it is clear that, since the month of June - we had announced it at the ordinations -, things are blocked. It is a return to the beginning. We are exactly at the same point that Abp. Lefebvre was in the years 1975, 1974. And, therefore, we continue our struggle. We do not abandon the idea of one day regaining the Church, reconquering the Church for Tradition. Tradition is HER treasure, the Church's treasure. And, well, we continue, expecting the happy day... [sic] it will come, [but] when? We know nothing of it. We will see. It is a secret of the Good God. It will come the day when the chaff is extirpated [note: this is a reference to the Sunday's Gospel of the wheat and tares], this evil that makes the Church suffer. It is probably the most astonishing crisis that the Church has ever suffered, the one we are living.
[Update: Most of the sermon has been made available in English by SSPX.org]