... has rejected the "apology" produced by the Lefebvrist who told lies about the WWII Holocaust.This feature in an American paper, written by Sherry Tyree - a colleague and friend in the excellent Women for Faith and Family group - is a useful read.
Pray for the Holy Father: he worked with the Jewish community to build good relations and real friendships which were warmly reciprocated: it was lovely to see the gatherings at the synagogues in Cologne and New York on his visits. "The sun is shining and the heavens are rejoicing on this day" the Rabbi in New York told him. The meetings and goodwill echoed back with his time in Rome working with John Paul II, and earlier as Archbishop of Regensburg. It is heartbreaking to see a dissident Catholic group undermining this.
It is difficult to see how the Lefebvrists can be brought back to the Church without major restructuring. Williamson is no marginal figure: until publicity forced his departure he was running their seminary.