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Fr. Z also explains:

https://wdtprs.com/2020/05/wherein-fr-z-...new-normal
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And, not suprisingly, Prof. Kwasniewski also explains:

https://onepeterfive.com/bishops-communion-hand-tongue/
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Cardinal Muller goes a step further.
https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/cdl-mu...lic-masses
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Quote:There are many, including priests and bishops, that are realising there is a strong risk of misunderstanding the meaning of the liturgy because of the proliferation of masses on TV and streaming.

Cardinal Müller has his finger on it. We were already in trouble.

There are so many restrictions. Will Catholics simply stay home and watch the livestreams? (I don't think those will last long.)

When Benedict XVI issued Summorum Pontificum I wasn't surprised it was received so poorly by some bishops (including my own). I figured it would take a couple hundred years for the TLM to really gather speed. Now it suddenly looks like the ancient Mass will be the last man standing. Will there be anything else available?
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