What kind of "loyalty" is this?
Sounds like the pot calling the kettle black. You seem to be one of those "hermeneutic of rupture" people that the Supreme Pontiff, Pope Benedict XVI, has warned about.
You also put your opinion above popes like Benedict and Paul VI himself when you call Vatican II a dogmatic council.
Methinks the Holy Father could use for more loyal sons like the FSSP.
Well while you take this or that past comment from the Pope and lift it out of context, piece mealing them together to fit your own agenda, I'm reading from official Vatican pronouncements and documents which state clearly that the SSPX is still in a schism for rejecting Vatican II. The Pope might do this or that in order to create an atmosphere of good will necessary for a future reunion to take place, but Vatican II still must be accepted in its entirety by the SSPX in order for any real unity to be achieved. The Society must give up its integrist mentality completely, including its anti semitism and sexism, along with its opposition to democracy and religious liberty. Then peace will come, but so far this is what the Vatican still says.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dialogue_between_the_Society_of_St._Pius_X_and_the_Holy_See
No change in juridical status
A Note of the Secretariat of State issued on 4 February 2009 specified that, while the lifting of the excommunication freed the four bishops from a very grave canonical penalty, it made no change in the juridical situation of the Society of St. Pius X, which continued to lack canonical recognition in the Catholic Church, and that the four bishops remained without any canonical function in the Church and were not exercising legitimately any ministry within it.
The note added that future recognition of the Society required full recognition of the Second Vatican Council and of the teaching of Popes John XXIII, Paul VI, John Paul I, John Paul II and Benedict XVI, and repeated the assurance given in the decree of 21 January 2009 that the Holy See would study, along with those involved, the questions not yet settled, so as to reach a full satisfactory solution of the problems that had given rise to the split.Pope Benedict XVI confirmed this stance in his motu proprio Ecclesiae unitatem of 2 July 2009, in which he declared that by lifting the excommunication of the four bishops he "intended to remove an impediment that might have jeopardized the opening of a door to dialogue and thereby to invite the Bishops and the 'Society of St Pius X' to rediscover the path to full communion with the Church. ... the remission of the excommunication was a measure taken in the context of ecclesiastical discipline to free the individuals from the burden of conscience constituted by the most serious of ecclesiastical penalties. However, the doctrinal questions obviously remain and until they are clarified the Society has no canonical status in the Church and its ministers cannot legitimately exercise any ministry."
The SSPX has also confirmed that reunion with Rome is not possible (For them) At this time in an interview earlier this year.http://www.catholicnews.com/data/stories/cns/1100721.htm
Traditionalist bishop cites lack of progress in talks with Vatican