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Enough Already! Francis doubles down on Traditional Latin Mass Restrictions

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It’s amazing how quickly the Modernists occupying the Vatican structures can respond to a set of dubia (questions asking for clarification) if they really want to.

Whereas “Cardinals” Walter Brandmüller and Raymond Burke are still waiting after over five years for answers to their dubia concerning Amoris Laetitia, the Vatican didn’t take long to provide clarification concerning Francis’ July 16, 2021 decree Traditionis Custodes, which severely curtails the right to use the Missal of 1962, commonly referred to as the Traditional Latin Mass. Numerous Novus Ordo bishops throughout the world had written the Vatican asking for clarification on various points.

Today, Dec. 18, the Vatican’s so-called Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, headed by “Abp.” Arthur Roche, released an official letter in which eleven questions about the correct interpretation and application of Traditionis Custodes are answered. The instruction, which was explicitly approved by Francis, includes explanatory notes and some introductory comments.

The full document is available from the Vatican web site here:

Here are further links introducing the new document and explaining its contents:

We will, of course, have copious commentary on this, but it will be given in a separate blog post and in a podcast, so stay tuned!

Meanwhile, here is our anaylsis and commentary on Francis’ original motu proprio letter, Traditionis Custodes:

We’ll be back with more soon.

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