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Two More Priests Invalidly Baptised And Ordained: How Many More?

After two cases were detected in the USA, two more priests told the Society of St Pius X that they were baptised with the invalid form “We baptise you.”

Father Franz Schmidberger, a former general superior of PiusX, writes in his newsletter (September 28) that both priests need to be baptised, confirmed and ordained. All the Mass intentions they accepted, must be celebrated again.

“How much confusion has arisen since the Council,“ Schmidberger adds.

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mystic
Strain a gnat, eat a camel!
puke!
Scapular
What "we" does for Baptism äll"does for the Mass! If "WE" is invalid then why not "ALL" rather than "MANY" in the consecration of the Mass?
Change one word, how cunningly evil! I urge you to STUDY http://promultis.blogspot.c...
Ultraviolet
Won't happen @mccallansteve. For every scholar arguing such a thing, there is another scholar arguing just the opposite. They each have their arguments, but what it shows is the issue is hardly clear-cut.
mccallansteve
Imagine if some day the Church rules that the new rite of ordination is invalid.
sanny-b-good
Former popes already declared the new rite of ordination invalid. Pope Leo XIII in "Apostolicae Curae" on the invalidity of Anglican orders (sim. to the NO-rite) the consecration of bishops in the new rite is "absolutely null and utterly void
Pope Pius XII had definitively decreed the very words necessary for the validity of the sacrament of holy orders then Paul VI changed them so that ordinatio…More
Former popes already declared the new rite of ordination invalid. Pope Leo XIII in "Apostolicae Curae" on the invalidity of Anglican orders (sim. to the NO-rite) the consecration of bishops in the new rite is "absolutely null and utterly void
Pope Pius XII had definitively decreed the very words necessary for the validity of the sacrament of holy orders then Paul VI changed them so that ordinations of priests are doubtful and the consecration of bishops definitely invalid