Universae Ecclesiae released - full English text
(05-16-2011, 08:02 AM)Walty Wrote: I haven't read through some of the later pages of this thread, but, and I hate to have to say this, we need to keep watch over these sorts of statements.  We may (and should) place hope in them being a sign that the Church is taking the first baby steps toward coming back to tradition wholesale.  However, there are many in the Church who want to integrate the TLM and the NO so that the EF exists no longer.  And at this point, the latter appears much more likely than the former, for now.  We cannot always assume the worst of God's Church, even if it has been so trampled.  We know that the Holy Ghost will give it the grace to reject all evils and return to glory.  But we would be quite foolish to assume the absolute best of all our prelates in Rome during this time of crisis as well.  I'm not talking about judging individuals.  I'm talking about expecting Rome to suddenly look like it's 1890 or 1700 again (which I believe many of us would die for).

Keep your hope properly placed. First thing to do is read what is written - lies and falsehoods = more of the same lies and falsehoods of the last 45 years = more double talk to add to the confusion = devious reason for "supposed change".

As darkness cannot exist when there is light - the TLM cannot exist when the rule is NO. In fact, if there is no better way to obliterate the TLM and the faith of it's lex orandi than to make it subject to the NO - which. the obliteration of the TLM and the faith of it's lex orandi always has been and remains the goal, based on this Universae Ecclesiae.

Pretty much with the stroke of the pope's pen, Rome could suddenly look like it's 1890 or 1700 again, instead, we get this Universae Ecclesiae - what else needs to be said?

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Re: Universae Ecclesiae released - full English text - by Stubborn - 05-16-2011, 08:16 AM

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