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Archbishop Mark Coleridge suggests that Church governance is no longer to be understood as being proper to the Ordained, but to all the Faithful by virtue of Baptism: ‘The snag here can be that governance …More
Archbishop Mark Coleridge suggests that Church governance is no longer to be understood as being proper to the Ordained, but to all the Faithful by virtue of Baptism:
‘The snag here can be that governance in the Catholic Church traditionally has been tied to ordination. Only the ordained govern, others can manage, but only the ordained govern. But there’s something going on, it’s a bit tectonic…’
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Dr Bobus
The comments by the Abp are at best an obfuscation. Church governance is a legal matter not one of "charism". And the Latin Mass Society has nothing to do with the governance of the hierarchy--and hasn't sought it.
It is a lay society from beginning to end that encourages Latin mass.More
The comments by the Abp are at best an obfuscation. Church governance is a legal matter not one of "charism". And the Latin Mass Society has nothing to do with the governance of the hierarchy--and hasn't sought it.

It is a lay society from beginning to end that encourages Latin mass.
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