SSPX Gains Official Acceptance in Argentina

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A prominent member of the Resistance offers an important observation (and this says it all):
What I also see in it how they are using the Estate for this. If the estate is giving the legitimacy to the SSPX they also can take it from whomever they wish so.
Brazil have signed an agreement with the Vatican in 2009 ( Take a look in article 7:
Article 7
The Federal Republic of Brazil shall, in accordance with to its laws, take the measures necessary to ensure the protection of places of worship of the Catholic Church, as well as its liturgy, symbols, images and objects of veneration, against all forms of violation, disrespect and illegitimate use.
§ 1. No building, dependency or object related to the Catholic creed can, so as long as the social ends of the property and the [requirements of] the law are met, be demolished, occupied, transported, subject to alteration or consigned by the State and public bodies to different purposes, except due to the needs or utility of the state or because of social needs, in accordance with the Brazilian Constitution.

It means that if by any chance the Vatican declares that we are no longer catholics the estate could charge us for illegitimate use of the catholic symbols, liturgy, etc. And heard that those kind of agreement have been done with many countries since JPII. It very interesting to notice that this happened in Argentina just after the Consecration took place in Brasil.
The article 18 also leaves space for future addendum without any congressional approval.

The news is now posted
and includes a comment from the Vatican.
For another good analysis of what is going on, see:


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