Sunday, November 21, 2010

Motu Proprio Regulations Before Christmas?

The Mass of All Ages
The Traditionalists have been waiting for three years for the regulations for the implementation of the Motu Proprio 'Summuorum Pontificum'.  Is it still really necessary?

(kreuz.net, Vatikan)  The publication of the regulations for the implementation of the Motu Proprio 'Summorum Pontificum" of July 2007 is almost here.

This is according to the news site 'kathnews.de'.  The page cites "high Vatican sources".

Finally Here After Three Years?

Already in  2007 it was known that the regulations for the implementation of the Motu Proprio 'Summorum Pontificum' would appear.


Since then many publication deadlines have been announced and gone.

The site 'kathnews' knows why:  "The document was already completely revised, but then had to be reworked and corrected on certain points."


A corrected version of the text by the Pope will be produced in the coming days. 

The website figures that the regulations for implementation will be ready still before Christmas.

There will supposedly be clarified any "open questions in relation to the handling" of the old Mass.

Read original at kreuz.net auf Deutsch...

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This is good news..I hope to see provision for a Tridentine Mass in all Parishes alongside the NO Mass so that people may be free to "float" between Masses and find what suits them on a particular Sunday. It opens the riches of the Church to Everyone...GOd Bless this Pontificate.

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