One of my readers sent me a link to this post by Opus Publicum via email and I agree, it is most interesting.
The Society’s “crimes,” according to its critics, are threefold: rejecting modern liturgical reform; criticizing Vatican II’s teaching on religious liberty; and opposing ecumenism. But where does Eastern Orthodoxy come down on these three issues? A brief, but informative, glance at Orthodoxy’s largest canonical body, the Russian Orthodox Church, reveals no measurable deviation from the Society’s positions.
Again, I stress, this is not an SSPX blog and I do not want the comments sections on my blog flooded with either SSPX apologetics or criticisms, because usually they are off-topic and go on and on forever.
As for me, I hope for reconciliation and unity among all Christians.