Friday, July 23, 2021

Traditionis Custodes - Needed Attitudes And Actions

A shout-out to my blogging colleague Dymphna for her practical suggestions in preparing for the worst in the wake of Traditionis Custodes.  She reminds us that the steps that she suggests were taken in the 1960s-1980s by those who sought to preserve the Traditional Mass in the wake of Vatican II.  At the time, I was a child whose family more or less went along with the new changes so I was not aware of those people and their heroic efforts.  At this time, a goodly number of US bishops are opting for the status quo, at least until they've had a chance to study the document.  If the Vatican had two functioning brain cells, they would have realized that an immediate implementation was not logically feasible, but but logic and common sense are not in plenteous supply at the Vatican these days.

Following along with my previous post against trying to put on a "smiley-face" for the benefit of the progressives watching us, I'd like to post an article reminding us of the proper use of righteous anger - an anger not to be stuffed down, but to be utilized for the good.  And now, a word from Mother Miriam on this mess...


  1. Mother Miriam is correct: "This is an act of violence on the is NOT OF GOD."


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