Cardinal Müller's letter to Bishop Fellay on the necessary conditions for "full re-establishment of communion" with the SSPX
I mentioned the 'mantra' being reinforced in May and now it is public. Rome is not willing to accept us as we are.
This does clear things up though - especially the part about the SSPX needed to accept the 1988 profession of faith. I believe that the 'Resistance' claimed that the SSPX was going to accept that bit.
I guess that was just conjecture.
What comes to mind is this meme:
Eventually, either Pope Francis will change, die or 'retire'.
Then the next Pope will have his chance to examine the issues with the Second Vatican Council, the New Mass, Pope Francis etc.
Through all this we can arrive at one safe conclusion: The SSPX has not compromised.
Courtesy of Rorate-Caeli