I found an announcement in Spanish in which the people of the TLM were blessed by the pope. This is in the Spanish version of Paix Liturgique. Apparently they say diffrent things in different languages.
Several members of the office Liturgique Paix had the grace to participate in the pilgrimage village Summorum Pontificum which concluded on Sunday 27 October with the celebration of the feast of Christ the King , in the Basilica of Santa Maria sopra Minerva by Bishop Fernando Rifan , ordinary bishop of the apostolic Administration of St. John Mary Vianney ( Brazil ) .
Returning from Rome, our impression is very simple : ad Petri sedem Catholics 'extraordinary' are treated as 'ordinary' Catholics or , no pun intended , in Rome the presence of the representatives of the people Summorum Pontificum is usually considered . Neither more nor less .
Therefore, we return to our parishes and dioceses strengthened with this simple hope that what is possible and normal banks of the Tiber , which is also tomorrow , the Seine , the Rhine, or the Tagus.
I - THE MESSAGE OF HIS HOLINESS THE PILGRIMS FRANCISCO
Your Eminence , Cardinal Dario Castrillon Hoyos , during a pilgrimage to Rome Summorum Pontificum Coetus Internationalis under the Year of Faith His Holiness Pope Francisco runs a cordial greeting , wishing that participation in the pious path near the tombs of the apostles, arouse fervent adherence to Christ , celebrated in the Eucharist and in the public worship of the Church , and seek a renewed impetus to the evangelical witness .
The Sovereign Pontiff , invoking the gifts of the Holy Spirit and the maternal protection of the Mother of God, taught , at heart, the implored Apostolic Blessing propitiatory peace and spiritual fervor , your Eminence , prelates , priests and all the faithful present in this holy celebration.
The blessing of the Holy Father was read during the Mass celebrated by Msgr Pozzo, secretary of the Commission Ecclesia Dei, in St. Peter's Basilica on Saturday 26 October. These lines, signed by the new Secretary of State, Monsignor Parolin, constituted a vibrant eco homily Cardinal, former chairman of the committee, and that title, principal architect of Summorum Pontificum Motu Proprio issued by Pope Benedict XVI on 7 July 2007.
The cardinal, in his homily, addressing the Sovereign Pontiff use the "we" that was not majestic but collective-His Eminence was considered at that time as a simple member of the People Summorum Pontificum-said, in effect, that "we are not alone holy Father, we are with the centuries of the Church and the legions of saints and martyrs. "A strong message that touched the hearts of the pilgrims.http://es.paix-liturgique.org/?force=1