Today we’re joined by Fr. McFarland to discuss the other groups that commonly say the Traditional Latin Mass, known commonly as the “Ecclesia Dei Communities” since they were formed after the decree of Pope John Paul II by the same name. Among Traditional Catholics, there seems to be a lot of confusion about why there’s a division between the Society of Saint Pius X and these groups. On the surface, they look identical. Both say the Latin Mass, both are orthodox in their sacraments and teaching, the priests wear cassocks, etc. So what’s the problem with the Fraternity of Saint Peter, the Institute of Christ the King, and the others? Is it just a trad version of the Hatfields & McCoys? Fr McFarland explains why objectively, there’s a difference.
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