The prior of the monastery, Thomas Aquinas, explained the split simply: "The Pope is less Catholic than us."The background is that a "traditionalist" priest was recently ordained a bishop by an ex-SSPX bishop. That new bishop has now said he will ordain other bishops. This schismatic movement seems to be based at a monastery in Brazil and "Thomas Aquinas" is the leader of the monastery.
It's a sad situation. At least the article contains a bit of progress in regard to the notion of women priests:
By contrast, women supposedly made priests by dissident Catholic bishops are not validly ordained because Catholic law reserves the priesthood only for men.Secular news usually accepts "women priests" as being ordained, without qualification. So, the use of "supposedly" is a step in the right direction. A point of clarification: while "Catholic law" certainly "reserves the priesthood only for men" (see canon 1024), that restriction does not originate in canon law. Since the restriction "pertains to the Church's divine constitution itself" (Ordinatio sacerdotalis, n. 4), it's origin is our Blessed Lord.