Tag Archives: Summorum Pontificum

Priest apologizes to traditional Catholics: “The future of the Church is in her past.”

From Fr Z’s blog: From a priest… (my emphases) Dear Fr Z: I’ve just returned from France where, among other things, I took part in the Chartres Pilgrimage. After registering for the Pilgrimage, I discovered that the usus antiquor would be required … Continue reading

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The TLM and the New Evangelisation

Here’s a great post from Fr Z: The Institute of Christ the King had ordinations to the priesthood recently in St. Louis.  This promoted an article in the local paper.  The writer (thus, editor) seemed amazed that this sort of thing … Continue reading

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Pope Benedict XVI begins last day of Pontificate

 The Pontificate of Pope Benedict XVI will come to an end with the Sede Vacante (“Vacant See”) beginning at 8pm Rome time (7pm GMT). On the last full day of his pontificate, Pope Benedict will hold a special farewell meeting … Continue reading

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Interview with Cardinal Burke


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Pope May Offer the SSPX a Personal Ordinariate

A Personal Ordinariate for the Society of St. Pius X? Now that would be interesting!The following is taken from Tancred on the eponymousflowerblogspot.com. Msgr Galarreta leads Rome Talks for SSPX The Holy see is ascertaining the possibility of the unifying … Continue reading

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Following the concern over ‘watering down’ of the Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum, I am indebted to Shawn Tribe of the New Liturgical Movement for the following. Please use the links provided and take part in this International Appeal. Friday, February … Continue reading

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