SSPX and the Liturgy
#11
If it was the 1962 edition how could it take on changes up to 1969, then it would not be the 1962 edition.
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#12
The Vatican issues typical editions. 2002, 1975, 1969, 1962, 1953, 1939 (I think), 1920, etc, etc. Updates are given, but the basis is the previous typical edition. Now the changes from 62 to 69 are numerous, so it is barely 62 if one saw a Mass in January 1969 with all the options folded in (including facing the people), but the point is that 62 is the last typical edition of the traditional Missal.
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#13
(07-09-2012, 07:13 PM)salus Wrote: Does anybody know if the SSPX says the reformed Good Friday Prayer for the Jews? How about the FSSP and the ICK? Or do they all just ignore it because all the missals that are sold still have the old prayer in it still, right?
Any group that uses the Missal of 1962 for their liturgy, must legally use the Benedictine revised Good Friday prayer, as Pope Benedict XVI made it mandatory in law, to do so with the '62 Missal.
Maybe its a different story if a group is permitted to use an older type missal.
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#14
Quote:Any group that uses the Missal of 1962 for their liturgy, must legally use the Benedictine revised Good Friday prayer, as Pope Benedict XVI made it mandatory in law, to do so with the '62 Missal.

But that's precisely the question -- I don't think that it has been adequately demonstrated that Pope Benedict's revision made its way along the required juridicial channels to be legally binding. Did you find a citation promulgating the prayer in the AAS?
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