He writes that for pastors who worry about Catholics attending SSPX Masses, the pastoral thing to do would be to offer parish Tridentine Mass so the people will stay home in their parishes.
Here is the relevant passage:
"As such, the question needs to be raised: what does the Church officially teach about Catholics who attend SSPX chapels out of spiritual necessity with no desire whatsoever to separate themselves from full communion? In Fr. Newman's July 8, 2007 sermon at St. Mary's, he reportedly repeated that the SSPX is in schism, directly counter to what the Church teaches, as Cardinal Castrillón has repeatedly said in numerous public interviews.
"The immediate question that comes to mind to a faithful Catholic is that if this is truly happening — Catholics being led out of 'full communion,' or in the traditional ecclesiology, 'out of the Church' — then wouldn't it be an act of pastoral solicitude on the part of Fr. Newman to offer his parishioners a 'wide and generous application' of the Traditional Roman rite on a regular basis in order to keep his flock in 'full communion' as Pope John Paul II requested 19 years ago [in his Ecclesia Dei]?"
Pretty obvious, when you think about it.
Reverend pastors in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, you now have a fine way to keep your parishioners from going SSPX: Starting Sept. 14, give them the Mass previously denied them. What say you?