The Society of Saint Pius X (SSPX) was a true Catholic organisation, founded in 1970 by the French archbishop Marcel Lefebvre in reaction to Vatican II. Initially appointed by Pope John XXIII to the Central Preparatory Commission for this Council but obviously purposely eclipsed it is clear that Lefebvre did not realise at the time the far reaching ramifications of this Council. While presented to the public as simply the Catholic Church wishing to “speak more directly to the modern world” and indeed following the council there was an influx of modern changes this was merely a distraction for the real agenda of the Second Vatican Council was to disconnect the Catholic Church from its steady foundations that manifest as dogma. Consequently when Lefebvre founded SSPX it was to confirm the foundations of traditional Catholic dogma and it would only return to Rome when it would reaffirm dogma. However, since his death in 1991 its current leader Bernard Fellay has been in discussion with Rome though it has shown no signs of consenting to SSPX. Since then some would say the only trusted members have left or in Bishop Williamson’s case been forced out of the organisation which only indicates that SSPX has been compromised.