Following the apostolic nuncio’s Nov. 16 remarks, several U.S. bishops spoke with the Register about their vision and implementation of the Synod on Synodality.
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Bishop Paprocki Discusses ‘Traditionis Custodes’: Liturgical Unity Doesn’t Mean Liturgical Uniformity
The shepherd of Springfield, Illinois, who last month issued canonical dispensations for devotees of the traditional Latin Mass, said Pope Francis’ motu proprio doesn’t suppress the extraordinary form, as some claim.
In a July 19 decree, Bishop Thomas Paprocki, who is a canon lawyer, is allowing the parishes to continue to celebrate Masses according to the 1962 Missal. This document is unique, in that it is a decree with canonical dispensations and not just a statement.
The question of “Eucharistic coherence,” Bishop Paprocki wrote, “has taken on heightened urgency with the election of President Biden, a Catholic who promotes the evils of abortion, same-sex marriage, and transgenderism.”
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Catholic principles of ordinary and extraordinary means of preserving life can aid society’s approach to pandemic, the Illinois bishop says in a recent essay.
Bishops Thomas Paprocki of Springfield, Illinois, and Rick Stika of Knoxville, Tennessee, weighed in.
Speaking to the Register in Baltimore, several bishops provided their take on errant lawmakers.
EDITORIAL: Illinois shepherd’s decree puts pro-abortion politicians on notice.
Richard Durbin was one of the 14 self-identified Catholic senators who voted against cloture for the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Act Jan. 29.