Misericordia et Misera - SSPX Faithful can "Validly and Licitly Receive the Sacramental Absolution of their Sins."
Bishop Fellay - Superior general of the SSPX
"His Holiness Pope Francis has issued an Apostolic Letter for the close of the Year of Mercy. It is 6600 words long (excluding notes) and it is calledMisericordia et misera, a phrase taken from Augustine’s commentaries on the Gospel of John. It has a Latin title, but the document was not released in Latin. There appears not to be a Latin version. As usual for this pontificate. It just so happens that the Latin title results from a quote in Latin.
In any event, the big news in this Letter is that the Pope extended the opportunity to people to go to confession to priests of the SSPX beyond the Year of Mercy.
He also gave all priests the faculty to absolve the sin… and resulting censure… of abortion."