In a Feb. 21 publication, the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (FSSP) wrote that Pope Francis had met with two members of the society of apostolic life about a week before he promulgated the decree detailing their continued permission to celebrate Mass with the pre-Vatican II 1962 missal.
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An FSSP communique published Feb. 21 said that the Pope met with two members of the fraternity for nearly an hour one week before he promulgated a decree allowing their use of traditional liturgical texts.
Under the terms of his release from federal court in early November, Father Jackson is free on an unsecured bond with electronic monitoring.
After the publication of the motu proprio, some dioceses in the United States moved to restrict the celebration of the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite.
Father Jackson has not made any public comment about the charges against him.
Father Jackson was formerly pastor of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church in Littleton, Colorado.
Traditionis Custodes: Arkansas Bishop Limits Traditional Latin Mass Across State to Two Parishes Administered by FSSP
Bishop Anthony Taylor of Little Rock announced the effects of the Pope Francis' motu proprio in his diocese which spans all of Arkansas on Friday, ending the celebration of the Traditional Latin Mass in three parishes.
The Politics of the Deal: Why Was the Medieval Abbey of Pontigny Sold to a Non-Catholic Businessman Rather than to the FSSP?
The ancient Pontigny Abbey, the greatest Cistercian building in existence, is being sold to a foundation that plans to make it a luxury hotel and a contemporary art gallery — even though the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter had made a higher offer to establish a seminary here.
Archbishop Roland Minnerath of Dijon told a group of protesters, in explaining his decision, ‘you will have a new motu proprio’ in the coming days or weeks.
The controversy erupted a few months after the emergence of a memorandum drafted by the French bishops’ conference in response to a 2020 Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith questionnaire regarding the extraordinary form, sent to bishops worldwide.