Thursday, December 19, 2002

Traditional Catholic
The incomparable Peter Vere and Shawn McElhinney say pretty much what I mean in "What makes us Catholic traditionalists".
Fifth, Traditional Catholics worship according to a rite of Mass permitted by the Bishop of Rome. Some of the more common approved liturgies within the Latin Church are Pope Paul VI’s reformed usage of the Roman Missal, the 1962 Indult permitted by Pope John Paul II, and the Anglican Usage in the Roman Liturgy. As Traditional Catholics we do not impugn any of the Church’s approved liturgies. Rather, in keeping with Catholic Tradition, we adhere to the seventh canon on the Sacrifice of the Mass from the Council of Trent.

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