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Thursday, September 15, 2005

"Church historian sees end to restrictions on Latin Mass"

Catholic World News reports on more speculation:
Pope Benedict XVI (bio - news) will take action soon to allow all Catholic priests to celebrate the Latin Mass, a Cambridge historian has predicted.

Speaking to a conference of priests in Ireland earlier this week, Eamon Duffy said that it was "extremely likely that Pope Benedict will lift the restrictions on the celebration of the Tridentine liturgy," the Irish Independent reported. [Read full article]
Dr. Duffy anticipates that this action may occur at the October Synod of Bishops.

Fr. Jim Tucker and the commenters at Papa Ratzi Post weigh in. Serge offers the pithiest reaction of all, and supplies a link to the original article.

We shall see. In the meantime...

Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord.
Thank you for the Traditional Mass!



(Source: Juventutem)


(Source: EcclesiaDei.nl)

There are plans on having one of these banners in English for Sydney '08, right?

(Hat-tip: The Sleepless Eye)

Comments [2]

Blogger Perpétua:

Of course! :) There will be 'days of encounter' in Melbourne, so Juventutem can come down and see where we are completely and utterly blessed to have the Classical Mass offered at least once every day. It really is a very exciting prospect! Bring on 2008! Atque, that is fantastic news re the Holy Father and the Mass - orate, fratres!

Fri Sep 16, 10:44:00 AM GMT  
Blogger Brownthing:

Some Holy Hours I shall make for this intention!

Fri Sep 16, 02:53:00 PM GMT  

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