But this leaves many questions unanswered. As Rocco Palmo notes,
best known for its adherence to the pre-Conciliar Missal or Tridentine Mass, the SSPX has, over time, objected to the Council’s teachings on religious freedom, the nature of the church, ecumenical dialogue and Nostra Aetate‘s reboot of the church’s stance toward Judaism.
I don’t know what he means by that quirky expression, “over time”–what he lists are the substantive criticisms the SSPX has made of Vatican 2. And how can Rome reconcile without addressing them–especially the horrendous antisemitism of this group (about which I’ve written many times)?