Friday, October 12, 2007

Summorum Pontificum Directives Confirmed

~Deo gratias! From Rorate Cæli
[Mons. Camille Perl, Secretary of Pontifical Commission Ecclesia Dei]:

It is true, we are writing a document-instruction on the correct interpretation of the Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum which has liberalized the Mass according to the liturgical books of Saint Pius V, as modified by Blessed John XXIII." Thus says Monsignor Camille Perl, Secretary of the Pontifical Commission Ecclesia Dei, in an exclusive interview to Petrus, who adds: "Though not a Congregation, we have been granted the faculty to prepare this note for the definition of some aspects of the Papal Motu Proprio as, for example, that of the stable group. We will thus clarify what is understood as stable group, how many people should precisely ask their Parish Priest to celebrate in the pre-Conciliar rite.

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That's worthy of a Peace Prize, don't you think? ;)

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Praise God Almighty.
Too many bishops, who are really out of the equation, have been using any kind of wordplay, "Clintonism", that they can, to weasel out of obedience to our Supreme Pontiff.
Clarification seems to be the order of the day.
We do need more precise language as in the documents of pre-counciliar times have so often attested to.
Glori Patri,
Dan P. Hunter

Anonymous said...

Yes, indeed!

Worth a (liturgically) "noble" peace prize!

Thanks for the info...