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4) Canon law restricted (C.1257 in the old code and C. 838 in the new) limits the authority of the Apostolic See to “supervision,” Msgr. Gamber saying that, “It most certainly is not the function of the Holy See to introduce Church reforms. The first duty of the pope is to act as primary bishop (episcopus = supervisor), to watch over the traditions of the Church.”

Drew

Those who are looking from the fence can realize the plain falsehood of this statement and this is just a quick example among many.

Here is the canon in question:




Please read what is explicitly stated. This is not a mere "supervision" function. The canon is very clear that the Holy See alone has the right to ENACT the form of the Sacred Liturgy. Enacting is not merely supervising.

Looking at the dictionary definition of the word ENACT:

Make (a bill or other proposal) law.

"Make" is not the same as "supervise".
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The Sacred: Catholic Liturgy, Chant, Prayers / Re: Latin Mass Missals
« Last post by Marlelar on Today at 09:34:27 PM »
Carissima, check your PM box.
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Catholic Living in the Modern World / Re: Jewnopoly
« Last post by klasG4e on Today at 09:32:53 PM »
What did the modernists learn from Vatican II?

How to play Novus Ordo Mass.
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Some good news!  Robert Sungenis, according to the Administrator Sofos on http://www.theprinciplescienceforum.com/index.php,
is currently "finishing his 600 page Flat Earth rebuttal book." 
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SSPX Resistance News / Re: Bishop Williamson on the Red Sea pedestrians
« Last post by klasG4e on Today at 09:20:11 PM »
who like to playl
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Catholic Living in the Modern World / Jewnopoly
« Last post by klasG4e on Today at 09:18:30 PM »
Jewnopoly is to the original game of Monopoly as the Novus Ordo Mass is to the Traditional Latin Mass -- a horrific deformation!

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The Sacred: Catholic Liturgy, Chant, Prayers / Re: Latin Mass Missals
« Last post by TKGS on Today at 09:16:47 PM »
https://miqcenter.com/collections/missals/Missals

Daily missal is available for $25.00.
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Fighting Errors in the Modern World / Re: Monopoly anyone?
« Last post by klasG4e on Today at 09:15:02 PM »
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Sofos, the Administrator of the site, stated on thr forum today: "The forum is scheduled to be fully developed (except content in threads) for next Monday 23/04/2018.

Sofos also mentioned that Robert Sungenis is presently "finishing his 600 page Flat Earth rebuttal book."   Wow, that is great news; am really looking forward to that.

Soros also stated: "The Principle Science Forum will deal with the science behind geocentrism and not the speculations like that of Flat Earth.  For that end the majority of threads, if not all, should be equivalent to scientific papers, I say should because there will be forums for 'chit-chat' which will be moderated by specific posting guidelines."
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The Sacred: Catholic Liturgy, Chant, Prayers / Re: Latin Mass Missals
« Last post by PG on Today at 08:59:49 PM »
I bought this one and excited to receive thanks for your help!  :D
And, the neat thing about that psalm book is that I think is ordered in the sequence of the divine office.  So, you do not have to flip around.  I was thinking about getting it a few months ago.  I probably still should.  It would be so easy for travel purposes like I think you mentioned.  Give us an update as to how you end up liking it, and how you are using it.  
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