Bishop Fellay to Meet with Cardinal Leveda

A report this morning announces that Bishop Fellay will be meeting this afternoon with Cardinal Wm. Levada to hear of the Pope’s decision regarding the status of the SSPX.  It is afternoon already in Rome.  I am praying for good news which would be of momentous importance for the Church.  As Rocco Palmo says, “[It’s] been intensely awaited for weeks (or, for some, 24 years).”

From today’s news report on Whispers in the Loggia:

And in a development that’s been intensely awaited for weeks (or, for some, 24 years), quickly-moving reports from French and Italian agencies give word that this afternoon will bring a CDF meeting between Cardinal William Levada and Bishop Bernard Fellay at which the head of the Society of St Pius X is to receive the Pope’s decision on the restoration to full communion of the breakaway traditionalist group. (Notably, last Saturday’s edition of B16’s weekly briefing from the CDF — the dicastery which carried out the years-long doctrinal discussions with the Swiss-based group — wasn’t attended solely by Levada, who invariably goes alone to the papal apartment for the sessions; last weekend, the cardinal-prefect was accompanied to the audience by his deputy, the Spanish Jesuit Archbishop Luis Ladaria.)

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