Africa and the TLM
#1
Just because we don't see it, it does not mean it isn't happening.

http://www.newliturgicalmovement.org/201...ville.html

...rather interested in showing images of the usus antiquior from outside the context of the usual North American and European venues; not because of any lack of interest in seeing these things from those venues, but instead out of a keen interest in showing the life of the usus antiquior in as broad as possible a spectrum.

It was by way of Accion Liturgica that I came across the following images from the ICRSS showing the installation of a new parish priest in their parish of Notre Dame de Lourdes in Libreville, Gabon by Mgr. Basile Mvé Engone.


Pray for the Church.
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#2
This is nice to see but my happiness is tempered by the fact that this church is about two kilometres away from the SSPX's apostolate in Gabon....
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#3
There are Catholics who, seeing the increasing demand for the TLM, seek to limit its application by claiming it a uniquely European ritual, having no application to non Europeans.  This attack, which is a product of relativism, is simply part of a larger campaign to deny the universality of moral law.  Once they destroy universality in the outlying parts of the world, they can apply the same logic to groups within Christendom - we see this mentality at work now among feminists and homosexual activists.  Obviously, if the people want Catholicism, they will tend to want the ancient rite of the mass.  It's a question of sending workers into the vineyard. 
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