Caution: Bergoglio gives Liturgical Advice…

How (Not) to Celebrate “Mass”:
Francis in “Wonder”-Land

And now, another post from our “You can’t make this stuff up” department:

On February 19, 2015, “Pope” Francis hosted a two-hour meeting with the clergy of Rome, during which he advised them, among other things, on how to properly celebrate “Mass” (i.e. the 1969 Modernist worship service known as the Novus Ordo Missae of Paul VI). As you can probably imagine, he tried to steer a middle course — so as to look “moderate” — between “rigid” and “sloppy”:

The Pope combined two subjects in his introduction: homiletics (“Homilies are a challenge for all priests”) and the ars celebrandi, that is the art of celebrating, which aims to “restore the fascinating beauty” and “the awe one feels when one encounters God”.