From a reader…
For the Year of Mercy, Pope Francis gave permission to receive Absolution from SSPX priests. Has that permission ended with the Year of Mercy or is it still in effect? We can’t find an official answer explaining this.
You can read this for more. HERE
The statement is buried in a super long, not to say verbose (6000 words), Apostolic Letter for the close of the Year of Mercy called Misericordia et misera.
The bottom line is, yes, the Holy Father extended the opportunity to receive absolution validly from SSPX priests, even though they are suspended.
this settles the issue of valid sacramental confessions. It does not settle the issue of valid marriages. The priests of the SSPX are still not proper witnesses of the sacrament, thus not satisfying proper canonical form.
To all those who are attached to chapels of the SSPX…
… GO TO CONFESSION!