Indult Catholics

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Indult Catholics, refers to individuals and groups within the Vatican II Church who have been given "permission" by Rome to practice the Tridentine Mass and continue with some Catholic externals which were prominent before the institution of Giovanni Montini and the freemason Annibale Bugnini's Novus Ordo was enforced in the aftermath of the Second Vatican Council.

Originally this was just for a few older priests, but under Karol Wojtyla, during the 1980s, this practice was widened significantly, particularly with the motu proprio entitled Ecclessia Dei and even moreso with Joseph Ratzinger's Summorum Pontificum in 2007. Much of this was in response to Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre and the Society of St. Pius X, as well as the wider traditional Catholic movement.

Traditionalists, including sedevacantists, have cast a suspicious eye on what on the surface looks like a conservative action by Rome. Many in the SSPX feel that it is an effort to subvert their members and then make them accomidated to the neo-modernist and ecumenist agenda of Rome. Allowing them to practice the Old Mass quietly in the corner; as in the case of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter and various other organisations; while the sword of Damocles lingers above their heads if they preach too firmly the traditional Catholic faith.

Indult organisations

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