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I know there is a thread about rumours/reports to the effect of restrictions on the Motu Proprio already - but from my hasty look this morning (I am pressured and others maybe too)

It is not conspicuous at any rate

That there is an Online Petition to Protect the Latin Mass

And I think it needs to be CONSPICUOUS

Link here



http://www.motuproprioappeal.com/




Background material to this petition can be found here:


http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/search/...nstruction

Finally a hurried thank you once again to Vox and Quis for battling on with this important project. Given its importance, I regret that I have only managed a pretty minuscule on-off contribution in very tough times - but if we can all manage a bit ...
Signed!

Thank you very much for sharing this.  God protect us and this ancient form of worship.  Pray
Signed.
If someone wants to tell me who is behind the petition, I'll consider making a more prominent link.  So far, no one has offered that information either on the site or to me or etc..  Shrug
Also, good to see you, Roger!  Hope all is well with you and the Mrs. Smile
(02-19-2011, 05:53 PM)QuisUtDeus Wrote: [ -> ]Also, good to see you, Roger!  Hope all is well with you and the Mrs. Smile

Thank you for the warmth, Quis. I appreciate it. I think I will soon put something controversial up and I think you might be both interested and understanding.

I don't really like being controversial. So help me, all I really want to do is what little I can to save the Church in this rapidly dechristianising, secularising, Neo-paganising/New Age world ...

Anyway that is the next post. As to the mystery of the sponsors of the petition, perhaps this clarifies (?)

It seems to be an Italian blog/group joined by New Liturgical Movement and Rorate Caeli have translated from the Italian:

Latest information on the Instruction, from Messa in Latino:

    Great concern was raised in the Traditional world (and in Roman dicasteries...) by the leak of news of which we have been the co-authors, along with Rorate Caeli, regarding the contents of the Instruction on the motu proprio; for which we have spoken openly of the watering down of the motu proprio and have promoted, along with the New Liturgical Movement, an international appeal.

Link here: http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/search/...nstruction

Second post down on page ...

For what it's worth, I have more time at present on web, am reading around the grim things being said regarding a clarification of Summorum Pontificum

And I am troubled.

Eg. Exchanges at Rorate Caeli that appear informed to me ...

John Lamont said...

    For what it is worth at this date, I can confirm with total reliability that the clarification is severely problematic and that alarms about it are not just rumours.
    22 February, 2011 03:47

Anonymous Anonymous said...
...

    I don't think that Mr. Lamont would come on this list and tell us lies. Therefore, since it is looking rather bad at this point,

(P.T.K.P.)

I concur with P.T.K. P.

Thus I hope I may be forgiven if I repeat myself here ... I


(02-19-2011, 07:37 AM)Roger Buck Wrote: [ -> ]It is not conspicuous at any rate

That there is an Online Petition to Protect the Latin Mass

And I think it needs to be CONSPICUOUS

Link here



http://www.motuproprioappeal.com/




Background material to this petition can be found here:


http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/search/...nstruction