April 15th Sinking of Titanic-SSPX
 Fr. David Hewko Catechism “The Battle for the Faith Today” (Part4)

“The worst document is this one, the Doctrinal Declaration April 15, 2012. Which happens to be, exactly 100 years after the sinking of the Titanic. And the Titanic, when it began, when it hit the iceberg, it was sliced open like a sardine can.  But what happened was, the ship did not tilt much, it just stayed level, as the compartments overflowed with water on the bottom of the ship, the ship didn't tilt. And actually, for an hour or so, the captain and life went on, with dinner and toasting with wine, and nobody thought twice.  But they were sinking to their death. And that's the way the Society of St. Pius X faithful and priests are acting right now. It's sinking, it's already really sunk, and they think it's party time, and it's sinking. So what happened was, only in the last hour, the ship tilted and part of it broke off and it plunged to the depths. So, one hundred years after the sinking of the Titanic, the sinking of the lifeboat for the Catholic Church, the Society of St.Pius X”. - Fr. Hewko

Quote taken from video - Fr. David Hewko Catechism “The Battle for the Faith Today” (Part4)
So many quiet signs of the 'sinking' - 

  • Many SSPXers following the New Code of Canon Law on Fasting and Abstinence (I have personally seen and heard this). See also here.

  • Following several of the Conciliar Feast days.

  • Seeking Conciliar permissions for marriages - see #2 here.

  • Permission for medical 'treatments' that involve aborted fetal cell lines - see here and here.

  • SSPX Seminary professors promoting evolution.
"So let us be confident, let us not be unprepared, let us not be outflanked, let us be wise, vigilant, fighting against those who are trying to tear the faith out of our souls and morality out of our hearts, so that we may remain Catholics, remain united to the Blessed Virgin Mary, remain united to the Roman Catholic Church, remain faithful children of the Church."- Abp. Lefebvre
In St. Marys, KS church bulletins, there are no mentions of the traditional fastings for Lent.

The Sunday bulletin right before Ash Wednesday reads:

"Please be aware that Ash Wednesday is a day of fast and complete abstinence binding under pain of mortal sin"

The next time something is mentioned is March 19:
"Lenten Requirements Corner - Did You Know: All Fridays during Lent are days of complete abstinence under pain of mortal sin"

April 2 bulletin - Holy Week: (first time mentioning the law - from 1983 Code of Canon Law) Notice the age of abstinence for children's age. I guess all of the old traditional SSPX'rs should feel cheated of not getting to eat meat for the first 14 years.

"CONCERNING LENTEN OBSERVANCES Good Friday Fast and Abstinence is obligatory under pain of mortal sin. The law of abstinence binds all Catholics (beginning on the day after their 14th birthday), and forbids the use of meat, but not of eggs, the products of milk, or condiments made of animal fat. The law of fasting binds all adults (beginning on their 18th birthday until the midnight which completes their 59th birthday). The law of fasting allows only one full meal a day but does not prohibit taking some food in the morning and evening, observing – as far as quantity and quality are concerned – approved local custom. Eating between meals is not permitted, but liquids, including milk and fruit juices, are allowed. Meat may not be eaten, but fish and all cold-blooded animals (e.g. frogs, clams, turtles, etc.) may be consumed."

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