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Offline Geremia

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Something I learned from Fr. Luigi Villa's "John XXIII Beatified?" is that John XXIII suppressed "the formulas referring to Judaic incredulity and Jewish superstition" in the Baptism rite (p. 37) and
Quote from: p. 38
Another of John XXIII’ s initiatives was that of writing a “secret letter” to the Superior of the convent of Wilten, by which he suppressed the cult of the Blessed Andrea da Rinn, in Tyrol, martyred in 1462 by the Jews. And yet the Church had expressed her pronouncement through a “Bull” of beatification, and Pope Benedict XIV had approved his cult, in 1755, with the Bull “Beatus Andrea”.
Is this true?

Could a pope really suppress the cult for a blessed that another pope approved‽
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Did John XXIII really suppress the cult of the Bl. Andrea da Rinn?
« Reply #1 on: May 01, 2014, 10:40:04 AM »
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  • They suppressed St. Christopher and St. Philomena.

    I've never heard of Blessed Andrea of Rinn. Apparently he was a three year old boy who was martyred for the Catholic faith by Jews.

    Blessed Andrea da Rinn, pray for us!


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    Did John XXIII really suppress the cult of the Bl. Andrea da Rinn?
    « Reply #2 on: May 01, 2014, 10:52:26 AM »
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  • They suppressed Little St. Simon of Trent as well.  

     

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