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America Born Apostolic Nuncio Recommends Traditional Latin Mass

America Born Apostolic Nuncio Recommends Traditional Latin Mass Archbishop Thomas Gullickson, the American-born Apostolic Nuncio in Bern, Switzerland, advertised on his blog a video in which Brian …More
America Born Apostolic Nuncio Recommends Traditional Latin Mass
Archbishop Thomas Gullickson, the American-born Apostolic Nuncio in Bern, Switzerland, advertised on his blog a video in which Brian Holdsworth, a Catholic convert and web-designer in Edmonton, Canada, speaks about his first attendance at a Traditional Latin Mass on Christ the King Sunday with his wife and five children.
They Still Are Pious
The first thing striking Holdsworth was how – quote – “prayerful” the atmosphere was when they arrived, “There was no chatter. The people that were there were there to seek God in prayer.” In the old days, instead “prayerful”, Holdsworth would have said “pious” or “devout”.
A Unified Church
Holdsworth perceived the Latin mass community like a - quote – “real body of believers with a common vision and approach to God.” He adds, “I’ve only rarely felt that way at another mass.”
Active Participation
One of the great ironies Holdsworth noticed was that everyone was very intentionally …More
Torkay
Wrong, Pope Benedict. The Novus Ordo doesn't need to be inspired by the true Mass: the Novus Ordo needs to be disposed of, as it is a destroyer of the Faith and an insult to God. And why would you want to have a Novus Ordo at all, when you have the Traditional Mass? This is more "reform of the reform" baloney. Vatican II was not a reform: it was a destruction and a rebellion, just like the …More
Wrong, Pope Benedict. The Novus Ordo doesn't need to be inspired by the true Mass: the Novus Ordo needs to be disposed of, as it is a destroyer of the Faith and an insult to God. And why would you want to have a Novus Ordo at all, when you have the Traditional Mass? This is more "reform of the reform" baloney. Vatican II was not a reform: it was a destruction and a rebellion, just like the Protestant "Reformation."
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Sacerdos1
A wonderful announcement to hear.
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The last paragraph is odd. It should simply and clearly read Go to Traditional Latin Mass! Instead we get a masterpiece of obfuscation. If I want to attend a Roman Rite I go to a Roman Rite. Why would one attend a Rite that is not clearly identified as a Roman Rite in itself but certainly ought to be "inspired by the Roman Rite" yet calls itself an ordinary form of the Roman Rite. Me thinks …More
The last paragraph is odd. It should simply and clearly read Go to Traditional Latin Mass! Instead we get a masterpiece of obfuscation. If I want to attend a Roman Rite I go to a Roman Rite. Why would one attend a Rite that is not clearly identified as a Roman Rite in itself but certainly ought to be "inspired by the Roman Rite" yet calls itself an ordinary form of the Roman Rite. Me thinks words can weave a web, when truth for false is placed instead.
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