COMMENTARY: Many will weigh how the Pope’s man in Washington handles the divisions related to the ‘Traditionis Custodes’ and the extraordinary form while pro-abortion Catholic politicians readily receive Holy Communion in the same archdiocese.
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Legitimate differences in liturgical tradition, when united by belief, do not hinder unity but rather contribute toward it.
The Paulus Institute announced on Facebook that permission for the Mass was rescinded by the archbishop of Washington.
In a Church so full of divisiveness and clamor for “diversity,” it’s difficult to see how suddenly silencing the Traditional Latin Mass will ever bring greater diversity or unity.
Bishop Mutsaerts, 63, suggested that the pope’s decision indicated that he was “losing authority.”
Historically, changes to worship have always cause intense reaction. Reaction to Pope Francis’ decree Traditionis Custodes limiting the use of the Traditional Latin Mass is no different. Msgr. Charles Pope helps us sift through the concern and frustrations many Catholics have we expressed. Then, in an Editor’s Corner, Matthew Bunson, executive editor for EWTN News, and Jeanette De Melo discuss the Napa Institute conference and a roundup of Catholic news.
State-by-state list of episcopal statements on the state of the traditional Latin Mass in their respective dioceses, as of July 23
The day after the motu proprio was issued, the French bishops’ conference reaffirmed the bishops’ intention to pursue dialogue with these communities.
For 14 years, Benedict XVI’s hoped-for interchange between the ordinary and extraordinary forms of the Mass. In many parishes that coexistence had been taking place.
English Cardinal Nichols to Grant Faculties to Priests Fulfilling Conditions of ‘Traditionis Custodes’
In his email to priests, Cardinal Nichols said that he was committed to ensuring that Masses in Westminster diocese were celebrated reverently and following the liturgical books.