Social Kingship of Christ and the new feast of Christ The king
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(11-24-2013, 04:18 PM)loggats Wrote:
(11-24-2013, 02:04 PM)spasiisochrani Wrote: The Feast of Christ the King is not particularly "traditional" anyway. It was established in 1925.

The Tridentine reforms aren't particularly "traditional" either, they were established in the late 1500s. Using traditional when you mean old doesn't work.

What Tridentine reforms?  Certainly the doctrinal decrees were traditional enough, and the Tridentine Missal of 1570  is largely the Roman Missal of 1474.  Other disciplinary reforms (e.g. the reform of indulgences, the institution of seminary training, the requirement that bishops live in their dioceses)  were new, but were designed to root out corrupt practices that were abuses rather than traditions.
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