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Marcel François Marie Joseph Lefebvre (1905- 1991) was a French Roman Catholic archbishop who was a strong opponent of the Second Vatican Council, and in 1970 founded the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX) to continue "traditionalist" teachings. He was excommunicated in 1988 after consecrating four bishops, despite the prohibition by Pope John Paul II against this. He was not reconciled to the Roman Church prior to his death [although several of the bishops were]. He wrote several books, such as Open Letter to Confused Catholics, The Mass of All Time, They Have Uncrowned Him:, Spiritual Journey, Against the Heresies, etc. A full-length biography of him is Marcel Lefebvre.
He wrote in the Preface to the 1976 French edition, "These documents, with supporting evidence, will make it clear that Liberal and Modernist tendencies came to light during the Council and had an overwhelming influence on those present, thanks to the downright plot of the Cardinals from the banks of the Rhine, supported, unfortunately, by Pope Paul VI." (Pg.Read more ›
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