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interesting article on the traditional redemptorists - winoblue1 - 07-04-2009

This is a link to an interesting news interview with Fr Michael Mary of the previous redemptorists.

Seems like they still don't have their order approved or any jurisdiction in the Church except they can hear their confessions on the island. I guess Bp Fellay might have been more correct than assumed on the way this groups would be dealt with. My suspicion is that the Vatican wants to establish an overall structure for all traditional groups, rather than a piecemeal approach.

http://spiritdaily.com/timestemplate2.htm  (don't let the lead in to the article confuse you at the first few paragraphs)

Caveats: I am not a fan of "Inside the Vatican" because their journalism is sloppy. Eg this article doesn't clarify that Fr Michael Mary was a traditional redemptorist that worked with the SSPX, not a member.

Also ITV once had a story on Fatima a few years ago and got the names of the seers all wrong. What sloppiness!

Also spiritdaily.com is not the best either, they are totally into apparitions etc, but strangely no mention of the SSPX rosary crusade.

But anyway,  this link is offered as is~


Re: interesting article on the traditional redemptorists - glgas - 07-04-2009

(07-04-2009, 05:02 AM)winoblue1 Wrote: This is a link to an interesting news interview with Fr Michael Mary of the previous redemptorists.

Seems like they still don't have their order approved or any jurisdiction in the Church except they can hear their confessions on the island. I guess Bp Fellay might have been more correct than assumed on the way this groups would be dealt with. My suspicion is that the Vatican wants to establish an overall structure for all traditional groups, rather than a piecemeal approach.

http://spiritdaily.com/timestemplate2.htm  (don't let the lead in to the article confuse you at the first few paragraphs)

Very interesting article. As for the analysis of the fact that that they wanted full union with Rome and are still in limbo, my opinion is that the Vatican is slow, one cannot conclude for reason for this slowness.

Since they have their legal status and got permission from the local bishop to hear confessions, what is missing that they did not get personal prelature, neither get forced to be incardinated in any diocese. The former had to be dealt with larger gropu, the later could force them to celebrate the New Mass.