I read some alarming news in a spectacularly poorly written ANSA piece.
Most of the article is simply less-than-well-informed blather. The bad bit comes at the end.
Meanwhile, followers of the Lefebvre community in Verona announced on Friday they would celebrate a "mass of atonement" on Sunday to coincide with the pope’s visit to Rome’s synagogue.
The rite will be celebrated by a controversial member of the dissident group, Floriano Abrahamowicz, who has been excommunicated by the Vatican for denying the Holocaust.
I think it would be a good idea for the SSPX to make a statement about this … at this important juncture. Is the Abrahamowicz still a member of the SSPX? There have been difficulties with him before. I believe he was expelled from the SSPX this last year.
At the very least, if this Mass in Verona takes place, and for the reasons suggested in this ANSA piece, the SSPX will have to make a statement of some kind.