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Re: A Step for the Regularization of the SSPX? - Dissolution of Ecclesia Dei
« Reply #240 on: March 10, 2019, 05:41:03 PM »
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  • chapter 12 of Daniel, makes it clear, the Sacrifice of the Mass will end. Now that is in the Old Testament.  Our Lord referred the Apostles to Daniel in Matthew 24.

    The Redemptorist priest made this understood in the introduction of the book, "Holy Eucharist."

    IMO many clergy knew what could/would come.  Pope Pius V with Quo Primum was to stop liturgical abuse.  Good for Him!

    And it was understood, that it was the Canon of the Mass to not be changed or touched.  We have ringing of the bells, but no liturgical abuse.  Bells were brought to bring our attention to the True Presence of Christ.

    We do not change liturgy.  Those who did, shame on them!  Holy Mother Church does not want the "Power of the Most Precious Blood" to be taken from the people.

    Sad to say, this is what has happened!  From No Ordination and the changes of the Thee's and Thou's to YOU, YOU, YOU throughout the liturgy for one example.  It takes away from man that he is in the True Presence of Christ. Toe in the door, here, and a foot in the door there, and before you know it, you are changed.  Those who keep with the most unchanged, can see themselves as Remnant.  Chapter 12 of Daniel.  For those who remain true, tribulations etc.  will earn a crown.

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    Re: A Step for the Regularization of the SSPX? - Dissolution of Ecclesia Dei
    « Reply #241 on: March 12, 2019, 11:30:10 AM »
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  • Many are familiar with the Bugnini changes in Holy Week but not many understand the liturgical and theological significance of those changes. This examination by Fr. Stefano Carusi was translated from the Italian by Rorate Caeli and posted on their blog in 2010. It was posted again in 2018. Fr. Stefano Carusi covers not just what was done but why and the theological and liturgical implications of the changes. It should be examined and reflected upon by everyone concerned in restoring the purity of divine worship. If the resistance clings to the 1962 Bugnini transitional Missal they will become a non-entity in this fight, and thus, the fight to defend dogma.

    In the 2010 posting of Fr. Carusi's article, this comment was posted:


    Pope Pius XII overturned the dogma, 'lex orandi, lex credendi,' initiated the liturgical reform, and lined up all the key players that would give us Vatican II and the Novus Ordo. Surprising that he has not already been declared a Novus Ordo "saint."
     
    It is unfortunate that has fallen to conservative Catholics to take the lead in the work of liturgical restoration while "traditional" Bugninian apologists (whether they know it or not), who hold the pope as their rule of faith, cling to the 1962 version of the liturgical reform which includes the Bugnini mutilations of Holy Week that were implemented in 1956, but that is what in fact has happened.

    Fr. Hesse on Pius XII:
    https://youtu.be/d1-G7HVbERk?t=317
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