As I have been writing again and again, people of good will can disagree on really hard questions rising from the Council’s documents on points that are not clear. We can argue about how to approach ecumenism or religious liberty.
There are somethings we really can’t dispute.
Keep in mind what Bl. John XXIII quoted in Ad Petri cathedram: "In necessary things unity, in doubtful things liberty, in all things charity."
So, I thought a comment of The Recovering Choir Director was spot on.
If the Church can handle Richard McBrien, she can also handle Richard Williamson.
If the Church is accommodating to Remi de Roo, she can also accommodate Bernard Fellay.
And it seems as if both Williamson and Fellay both stick to traditional Catholic teaching.
It comes down to discipline, I suppose.