TLM with Jesuits
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Jesuits, pillars of rationalism and modernism in the Church, started to use TLM. Do you think this is ubelivable ? Then you did not follow this link so far:
http://blog.messainlatino.it/2010/03/inc...a-dai.html
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(03-02-2010, 05:24 AM)Fortunatus Wrote: Jesuits, pillars of rationalism and modernism in the Church, started to use TLM. Do you think this is ubelivable ? Then you did not follow this link so far:
http://blog.messainlatino.it/2010/03/inc...a-dai.html

Greek (I mean Italian) to me. No comprende.  :shrug: Nice pictures, TLM alright.
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#3
It was suprisingly well-attended and not a few of the baddies were angry about the whole thing; it's underastandable because the authenticity of the Immemorial Rite of the Mass blows the Pauline Missal out of the water. 

There's no comparison.
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#4
Interesting. Now if only the stop saying mass in peoples living rooms while waiting for swiss chalet to arrive
Its a start
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#5
You can run that page through Google translate and get some sense of it.
There are some small hopeful signs in the Jesuit order. Georgetown University in Washington D.C. is now offering the TLM though it is not a regular thing, at least they have it now twice a month. For a while they had it twice a week!  It's good to know students there are asking for it though. Fordham University also has a weekly TLM .

C.
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(03-02-2010, 07:45 AM)Cetil Wrote: You can run that page through Google translate and get some sense of it.
There are some small hopeful signs in the Jesuit order. Georgetown University in Washington D.C. is now offering the TLM though it is not a regular thing, at least they have it now twice a month. For a while they had it twice a week!  It's good to know students there are asking for it though. Fordham University also has a weekly TLM .

C.

There's a guy on the faculty there who's a stealth liberal and is fairly typical of a lot of the Jesuits.  While he's not a Jesuit, he does on varying levels engage the old stereotypes of duplicity and downright equivocation.
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#7
http://www.newliturgicalmovement.org/201...ts-at.html
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#8
The priest who offers our TLM is a Jesuit. He began offering it under the indult.  He is in his mid 80's and still going.
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#9
May be the generic judgments ('Jesuits all are modernist, because some Jesuits are so') are not based on the reality.
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#10
Jesuits are an adventurous lot, with a fascinating history.  I am reading St Ignacio's writings lately. I don't think it is safe to pigeonhole a Jesuit.
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