I had written a complaint to Reverend Father Luciano Guerra too.
For the SSPX'ers: Please stay reasonable.
For the anti-SSPX'ers over here (Jarrod, Reese?): Don't judge too quickly!
My impression is, that the SSPX had received permission orally, and took that for granted.
However the "tradition" of 25 years of 14.00 h prayer and chanting (not reparation prayer as can be seen from this video of the sisters disturbing the SSPX Rosary: http://www.fsspx.info/media/Fatima.mov - You will need Quick Time Player) was there also.
But comparing the numbers and the knowledge the shrine rector had of the SSPX praying there: should not he have moved the 14.00 h Sisters' Chanting to 15.00 h? That would have been reasonable. But instead he let it stand there and take place, even when he already knew the Ceremony of the SSPX had taken place.
Indeed, his letter was a standard one and is too overtly laying all guilt on the SSPX's site and cleaning himself entirely of any guilt and participation in the Hindu Ceremony and the disruption of the SSPX Pilgrimage. That is irrealistic, especially because the loud music screaming from speakers all over the Basilica Square and around the Capelhiña, is not there normally and was intended to disrupt the SSPX Ceremony.
And the Sisters chanting straight through the SSPX Rosary, which had begun far earlier, were being rude to visiting Catholic pilgrims.
So maybe the SSPX should acknowledge, that the planning coincided with a regular 14h00 Sisters' Chanting Service, but the Sisters, shrine directors and the authorities are responsible still for the disruption which was rude, offensive and totally un-Catholic, yes anti-Christian! Who would start singing through a solemn Latin Rosary just because of a misunderstanding? Who would drive veiled Roman Catholic pilgrims away by playing loud (sacral and secular) music from speakers all over the shrine?
Guerra totally avoids the rudeness and the hostility with which he and the shrine authorities received the SSPX.
The SSPX were already forbidden to celebrate Holy Mass inside a church or the basilica! (This is quite usual, but still anti-hospitality, if you know Anglicans and Hindus are given the shrine chapel itself.)
No, the loud speaker terror was not an incident, but just a carefully planned strategy to disrupt the Ceremony of the SSPX. It was inspired by ill will.
The ill will was not on the site of the SSPX, even though they should have informed themselves better than merely orally with Fr. Guerra. Fr. Guerra is not reliable cleric as can been concluded from his contradictory statements since the Hindu sacrilege.
It is not the SSPX being arrogant now, even though after having been terrorized they will not admit that they should have made black on white appointments with Fr. Guerra, instead of only speaking him by telephone and telling him they wanted to pray the Rosary at 14.00 (2 pm).
How much lying is involved in this e-mail letter can be concluded from the contradiction, that Guerra writes he does not like controversy and inimity, but before that says he could not act differently than to let the sisters disrupt the SSPX ceremony, as "their prayers had been planned and take place for 25 years".
Maybe someone would be so kind as to answer Rev. Fr. Guerra about this contradiction. I don't have the time and energy to do it anymore, as I really think he does not want to listen.