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  • n. Plural form of Lefebvrist.

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  • I can't stand the SSPX being referred to as the Lefebvrists!

    CONFIRMED

  • Its 400,000 members are better known as the Lefebvrists after their founder, the French Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, who broke with the Catholic Church over the reforms of the Second Vatican Council

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  • Also known as Lefebvrists, the members of the society rejected the liberal positions taken at the Second Vatican Council (Vatican II) in the early 1960s and considered Pope John Paul II heretical (though even the Lefebvrists are more liberal than Gibson about who's going to make it into heaven).

    Salon

  • Today, he confirms that his sources report "explosive news" related to the "Lefebvrists" [sic] - probably the removal or withdrawal of the excommunications of the four Bishops of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Pius X (FSSPX/SSPX), consecrated by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre and co-consecrated by Bishop Antonio de Castro Mayer in Ecône, Switzerland, on June 30, 1988.

    Rumour Watch: Lifting of Excommunication of SSPX Bishops in the Next Days? [UPDATED]

  • Do you think he keeps calling the SSPX "Lefebvrists" as an act of defiance of his master?

    CONFIRMED

  • Today, he confirms that his sources report "explosive news" related to the "Lefebvrists" sic - probably the removal or withdrawal of the excommunications of the four Bishops of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Pius X FSSPX / SSPX, consecrated by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre and co-consecrated by Bishop Antonio de Castro Mayer in Ecône, Switzerland, on June 30, 1988.

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  • From now on, let us refer to preconciliar popes as 'Lefebvrists'.

    Tissier de Mallerais speaks The details of the doctrinal talks

  • I prefer ''Lefebvrists'' or ''Integrists'' to ''Fundamentalists'', because the latter refer to a group of Protestant radicals in the early 20th century and beyond.

    Cardinal Schönborn: Out of the loop?

  • PKTP said, From now on, let us refer to preconciliar popes as 'Lefebvrists'.

    Tissier de Mallerais speaks The details of the doctrinal talks

  • At the same time, the "Lefebvrists" continued to flourish, coming to number about 700 priests, 500 seminarians and tens of thousands of laity in 62 countries.

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