France: the death of Abbé Georges de Nantes

Source: FSSPX News

Abbé Georges de Nantes, the founder of the Catholic Counter-Reform movement, died on February 15th, aged 85, in Saint-Parres-les-Vaudes (Aube, France). In 1973, he had published a liber accusationis against Pope Paul VI, where he denounced the transformation of the Church into a Masdu (“Mouvement d’Animation Spirituelle de la Démocratie Universelle”, or Movement of Spiritual Animation for Universal Democracy). His funeral service was celebrated on 18th February in his community’s chapel in Saint-Parres, by Mgr. Raymond Zambelli, former rector of the shrines of Lisieux and Lourdes.