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Hi All,

I was curious and wanted feedback from the forum rather or not you would attend mass at a indult latin mass that was approved by your local novus ordo diocese if that was all you had available to you?

That is my situation right now. I have access to a traditional mass on Sunday and as far as I know the priest who says this mass is conservative novus ordo but not completely a traditionalist.

If it wouldn't be acceptable to attend this mass, how would you fulfill your Sunday obligation?

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Speaking only for myself, I would not attend the insult "mass". I cannot recommend attending the insult for any reason, even if that's all you have. The possible exception is if that is the only Mass ever celebrated in that Church. But if they celebrate the true Mass in the same place as they say the new "mass", then no, we should not attend.






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Of course one should never attend the indult Mass. There are multiple problems:

1. Attendance necessarily indicates complete acceptance of the Novus Ordo and the entire Conciliar establishment.

2. Nearly all such services are said by men whose orders are invalid, so one does not actually "fulfill" any obligation.

3. The priests involved in such services are fully approved by the heretic bishop and his preaching will tend to (at least) subtly promote the Conciliar heresies.

4. Support of the diocesan indult will ultimately support the false Conciliar church.

The obligation to attend a True Mass does not bind if one is not able to do so. The precept of the Church is made to support the divine law of keeping the Lord's day holy. If a true Mass offered by a true priest is not available, one is not obliged to do the impossible. The recommendation I've heard from multiple priests is to say the 15 decade rosary and read the Mass propers for the Sunday Mass.

Posted Jan 11, 2017, 12:43 pm
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