Pope Francis: "[The Latin Mass] is rather a kind of fashion."
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(02-15-2014, 10:39 PM)maldon Wrote: Mons. Marini looks better dressed than all of them.

By the way that first pic of yours is beautiful. What's its origin?

It's from the Wikipedia article for the Tridentine Mass.
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#22
Thanks Oatmeal. On the Wikipedia site, it says it comes from the FSSP. Clicking on the link, it seems to be from an FSSP brochure.
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(02-15-2014, 09:34 PM)Gidge Wrote: If the analogy is to fashion, then it actually fits.

Men's fashions are timeless and change very little over time just like the TLM.

Women's fashions are very fleeting and transient as is the Nouvus Ordo.

yeah, no change at all

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#24
what will happen to Fr. Zulhsdorf's "Reading Francis through Benedict"?  :LOL:
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Men's fashion changes but once they get something right it usually lasts a long time, with little tweaks here and there (e.g. ties instead of bowties). The "men in robes" thing lasted for hundreds of years, I wonder if the "suit and tie" will beat its record for longest held men's fashion? We also have to take into consideration cultures outside of Europe.
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#26
You should see how the guys at CAF react to this. Some even agree with his quote!
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#27
(02-16-2014, 01:56 PM)RedCaves Wrote: You should see how the guys at CAF react to this. Some even agree with his quote!
No doubt. I am sure the usual suspects crawled out of their caves and stomped all over the Usus Antiquior. Sad that so many Catholics and potential converts get their instructions from there.
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#28
I'm not very familiar with CAF. I can not believe this is a Traditional board!
http://forums.catholic.com/showthread.ph...st11710705

I told them they are Spin Doctors. I've never seen anything like that! ???
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#29
Here's a post from CAF that annoyed the heck out of me:

Once again I am stunned and impressed by the wisdom, insight and holiness of our Pope.

To me what he is saying is that living our religion has much more to it than preferring an older form of the liturgy and when we place emphasis on that rather than on spreading Jesus's message and living according to his word, we are following a fad.



HUH!?
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(02-16-2014, 03:17 PM)quo warranto Wrote: I'm not very familiar with CAF. I can not believe this is a Traditional board!
http://forums.catholic.com/showthread.ph...st11710705

I told them they are Spin Doctors. I've never seen anything like that! ???

That forum is traditional in the same way that Swiss Cheese is an antibiotic.
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