Is the SSPX right?
And if so ... about what?
I discussed this theme earlier here but it seems that, given the renewed furor against the SSPX, that it would be a good idea to revisit a key point.
The SSPX has a specific perspective on this particular trial that has fallen upon the Church of Christ since the illustrious Second Vatican Council.
The perspective is that there IS a crisis and that while the seeds were sown earlier, they sprouted in the fertile tilled soil of the Second Vatican Council (see Four Points).
This is the point that 'Rome' is unable to accept: That the Council (read: Second Vatican Council) documents contain the error in principle that have resulted in this multi-faceted crisis.
... and yes that includes the reforms that resulted in Liturgy, Law and now Morals.
Keep the Faith!