We hold that all conciliar “canonizations” are doubtful, and we don’t know that a particular person is in heaven, merely because he was “canonized” by the conciliar church.

The “new” SSPX does not take a consistent position. The SSPX picks and chooses which conciliar “saints” to recognize as “saints”. The new SSPX holds that Pope John Paul II’s conciliar “canonization” in 2014 does not tell us that he is in heaven. http://sspx.org/en/news-events/news/dilemma-canonizing-pope-john-paul-ii-3298 We agree with that, because all conciliar “canonizations” are doubtful.

However, the “new” SSPX treats Father Theophane Venard as if he were known to be a saint (see screenshot below), although he was “canonized” by the conciliar church. http://www.catholic.org/saints/saint.php?saint_id=2261 Another example of this SSPX inconsistency is the SSPX’s promotion of “saint” Katharine Drexel, who was “canonized” by the conciliar church because of her social activism.

Screenshot taken from: http://angeluspress.org/Audio-Video/digital-downloads/Download-Modern-Martyr