Since Vatican II, the conciliar church has used its “saint-making machine” for its modernist propaganda. For example, it promotes (supposed “saint”) Sister Katharine Drexel as a humanitarian devoted to “social justice” among the indigenous people. The “new” SSPX follows the lead of the modernists and likewise promotes various new conciliar “saints”.
The “new” SSPX showed this tendency again recently, following the lead of the conciliar revolutionaries in the “conservative” wing of the revolution—in particular, (so-called) “bishop” Athanasius Schneider—by promoting so-called “blessed” Laura Vicuña (whom Schneider has been promoting).
We suppose Laura Vicuña to have been a good girl (she died of tuberculosis at 13 years old.) We hope she is in heaven. She is one of the 1,327 people who Pope John Paul II declared beatified.
Although we suppose her to be a good girl, the conciliar church uses her shamefully in the service of political correctness. She is stated as “dying for every woman’s dignity” (the wiki links to this article). She is called the patroness of abuse victims. The conciliar church emphasizes her desire to be of “service of her brothers and sisters”.
Again, it appears she was a good girl and we hope she is in heaven. But the “new” SSPX could instead emphasize traditional girl-saints, such as St. Agnes, St. Philomena and St. Maria Goretti, as the traditional Church does. But those known saints are not who the conciliars emphasize—and that is the point.
When the SSPX soon makes its “deal” with Rome, how can this “marriage” to the conciliar church work if the SSPX does not accept the massive number of “saints” churned out by the conciliar popes, especially Pope John Paul II? Thus, the “new” SSPX is progressively promoting conciliar (supposed) “saints”, so that it will have a “harmonious marriage” with its conciliar “betrothed”.
For this same reason, the “new” SSPX also says kind words about the (supposed) holiness of Pope John Paul II. For now, the “new” SSPX does not publicly call him a saint, but is merely waiting until a future time to “connect the dots” between that pope’s “holiness” (which the N-SSPX asserts now) and its future recognition of “St. John Paul the Great”.