"Their own" Bishop? Who are we referring to now?
The Bishop whose mercy they are at who allows them in his diocese at his discretion. If they speak out too loudly they can be banished.
Wouldn't that same "schizophrenia" apply to all of us here then, including you? I'm assuming you're loyal to Rome and accept Pope Benedict XVI as our Holy Father and his Bishops as valid Bishops ... yet you/we condemn and criticize practices that Rome currently approves of ....
... Why is it called "courage", "resistance" and "dry martyrdom" when you refer to either yourself, traditionalists in general or the Society ... but it is considered "schizophrenia" when it is within the FSSP?
(ii) In practice, the priests of the Society of Saint Peter, having recourse to a Novus Ordo bishop willing to permit the traditional rites and willing to ordain their candidates, they are forced to abandon the fight against the new religion which is being installed:
they reject the Novus Ordo Missae only because it is not their “spirituality” and claim the traditional Latin Mass only in virtue of their “charism” acknowledged them by the Pope,
they seek to ingratiate themselves with the local bishops, praising them for the least sign of Catholic spirit and keeping quiet on their modernist deviations,4 even though by doing so they end up encouraging them along their wrong path, and
note, for example, the Society of Saint Peter’s wholehearted acceptance of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, acceptance of Novus Ordo professors in their seminaries, and blanket acceptance of Vatican Us orthodoxy.
They are therefore conciliar Catholics and not traditional Catholics.
This being so, attending their Mass is:
accepting the compromise on which they are based,
accepting the direction taken by the conciliar Church and the consequent destruction of the Catholic Faith and practices, and
accepting, in particular, the lawfulness and doctrinal soundness of the Novus Ordo Missae and Vatican II.