And it cannot be said he’s not in union with Rome, as is often the mendacious smear and calumny against faithful Catholic groups such as SSPX.
Read and see the good bishop’s concerns with not only the so-called “interpretation” of the faulty V2 docs, but the texts themselves. While he doesn’t go as far as the Society on the matter, he is quite close to the SSPX position, something more and more priests and, now, prelates are questioning, since the Council was formally stated as a “pastoral” council by the then-Pope Paul VI. Only texts that harmonize with the Magisterium of the Church could be considered binding upon the faithful. Statements on the Jews, protestants and other pagan religions (religious liberty), collegiality and a syncretic approach to ecumenical efforts all fall short of that hurdle.
Here’s the video: