Father Stravinskas poses questions for both sides of the Latin Mass debate
No intelligent diocesan bishop is going to stir up trouble where there has been comparative peace

This is a salutary moment for people on both sides of the aisle to engage in a sincere examination of conscience: Have I weaponized the Sacred Liturgy, using it for ideological purposes, rather than for the glory of the Triune

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Cardinal Burke’s vocation inspired by Latin Mass
Many genuflections, frequent kissing of the altar express transcendent reality

Many faithful – laity, ordained and consecrated – have expressed to me the profound distress which the Motu Proprio Traditionis Custodes has brought them. Those who are attached to the Usus Antiquior (More Ancient Usage) [UA], what Pope Benedict XVI

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Unanswered questions of Pope’s motu proprio
What about catechesis, where should traditional Masses be said, does 'should' mean 'must', will seminarians avoid dioceses, other sacraments affected?

We all woke up on Friday, July 16, to yet another example of Papa Bergoglio’s heavy-handedness with the promulgation of his latest motu proprio, Traditionis Custodes, reversing the legislation of his predecessors, St. John Paul II (1984 and 1988) and

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