Friday, February 21, 2014

84 Cardinals and Bishops Who Have Celebrated Immemorial Mass of All Ages Under Pope Francis

(Rome) Since the election of Pope Francis over the past eleven months  the following Cardinals and Bishops of the Catholic Church have participated in the Holy Mass in the traditional form of the Roman Rite (Extraordinary Form in accordance with the Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum of Pope Benedict XVI.) Celebrates or attended as such.
The Spanish blog Acción LITURGICA published the following list:
Cardinal Barbarin, Archbishop of Lyon, France
Cardinal Bartolucci, Italy (+ 2013)
Cardinal Brandmüller, Germany
Cardinal Burke, Prefect of the Apostolic Signatura, U.S.
Cardinal Castrillón Hoyos, Colombia
Cardinal DiNardo, Archbishop of Galveston-Houston, USA
Cardinal Sandoval, Archbishop Emeritus of Guadalajara, Mexico
Cardinal Zen, Bishop of Hong Kong, People's Republic of China
Titular Archbishop Pozzo of Bagnoregio, secretary of the Pontifical Commission Ecclesia The, Italy
Archbishop Coleridge of Brisbane, Australia
archbishop Negri of Ferrara, Italy
Titular Archbishop Bacqué of Gradisca and emeritus Apostolic Nuncio, France
Archbishop Aquila of Denver, USA
Archbishop Arguelles of Lipa, Philippines
Archbishop Kurtz of Louisville, chairman of the American Bishops' Conference, USA
Archbishop Leonard of Mechelen-Brussels, Belgium
Archbishop Carre of Montpellier, France
Archbishop Suárez Inda of Morelia, Mexico
Archbishop McMahon of Nottingham, UK [Corr. Reader informs that HE's actually a bishop.]
Archbishop Lucas of Omaha, United States
Archbishop Prendergast of Ottawa, Canada
Archbishop Wintzer of Poitiers, France
Archbishop Sample from Portland, United States
Archbishop Cordileone of San Francisco, USA
Archbishop Goh Seng Chiye of Singapore, Singapore
Archbishop Aubertin of Tours, France
Archbishop Crepaldi of Trieste, Italy
Archbishop Haas of Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Archbishop Miller from Vancouver, Canada
Archbishop Brown, Apostolic Nuncio for Ireland
Bishop of Aire y Gaschignard Dax, France
Herbreteau Bishop of Agen, France
Bishop of Germay from Ajaccio, France
Zdarsa Bishop of Augsburg, Germany
Bishop Benoit-Gonnin of Beauvois-Noyon-Senlis, France
Bishop Caggiano of Bridgeport, USA
Bishop Jugis of Charlotte, USA
Bishop Pansard of Chartres, France
Bishop Huonder of Chur, Switzerland
Bishop Livieres of Ciudad del Este, Paraguay
Bishop Foys of Covington, United States
Bishop Rey of Frejus -Toulon, France
Bishop Finn of Kansas City, USA.
Delville bishop of Liege, Belgium
Kalist bishop of Limoges, France
Bishop Conley Lincoln, USA
Bishop Hying of Milwaukee, USA
Bishop Jarrett of Lismore, Australia
Bishop Casts of Luçon, France
Bishop Libaschi of Manchester, USA
Bishop Ginoux of Montauban, France
Bishop Madega of Mouila, Gabon
Bishop Serra setting of Paterson, USA
Bishop Parkes of Pensacola-Tallahassee, United States
Bishop Egan of Portsmouth, United Kingdom
Bishop Lebrun of Saint Etienne, France
Bishop Administrator Áreas RIFAN the Apostolic Administrion San Juan María Vianney Brazil
Bishop Tardelli of San Miniato, Italy
Bishop Davies of Shrewsbury, United Kingdom
Bishop Bartulis of Siauliai, Lithuania
Bishop Paprocki of Springfield, USA
Bishop Slattery of Tulsa, USA
Bishop Aumonier of Versailles, France
Bishop Schneider from Astana, Kazakhstan
Bishop Perry of Chicago, U.S.
Bishop Reiss of Detroit, USA
Hanchon Auxiliary Bishop of Detroit, USA
Bishop Gutierrez Valencia from Guadalajara, Mexico
Bishop González González from Guadalajara, Mexico
Bishop Gleisner Wobbe of La Serena, Chile
Bishop Martínez Camino of Madrid, Spain
Elliot Bishop of Melbourne, Australia
Beau Bishop of Paris, France
Auxiliary Bishop of Porto Pino Castillo Viejo, Ecuador
Costa Souza Bishop of Rio of Janeiro, Brazil
Bishop Lajos from Vac, Hungary
Auxiliary Bishop César Costa of Sao Sebastiao do Rio of Janeiro, Brazil
Em Military Bishop Baseotto of Argentina
Em Meeking Bishop of Christchurch, New Zealand
Em Dick Bishop of Cologne, Germany
Em Giovannetti Bishop of Fiesole, Italy
Em Bishop of Funchal Faria, Portugal
Em Bishop Bruskewitz of Lincoln, USA
Em Bishop Timlin of Scranton, USA


Not impressed. At all. said...

So what? They still dance the Novus Ordo cha cha cha and do NOT defend Catholic Dogma. Soft spoken little protests do not count. When they cease the Masonic Prot service and start publicly correcting the idiocy from this lunatic pope then they will get my attention.

Tancred said...

It's hardly insignificant. I suppose certain types get into the habit of complaining about everything they see, that they are practically blind to anything but bad news.

Unknown said...

Agreed Tancred. There is always hope when a liberal modernist is curious about The Latin Mass, enough to want to say it or attend it. The ways of Our Blessed Lord are often slow but determined. Mind you, He appears to have given up on some people.

ACC92 said...

Not all these are celebrants, no? Some just presided in choir

Tancred said...

That's what it says in the first paragraph.

stoney said...

Yes because I can guarantee you Card. DiNardo would never willingly celebrate the EF, I doubt if he even knows how. He's too busy celebrating the OF in both English and Spanish....during the same Mass.

Tancred said...

It doesn't surprise me that there are prelates on this list who are neither sympathetic to the Mass or the tradition which surrounds it.

James K Savonarola said...

Can add Aux Bishop Hying of Milwaukee to that list:

James K Savonarola said...

and he went out of his way to show interest in our young adult group at St. Stans, without being asked

Kenneth J. Wolfe said...

I don't think Cardinal Di Nardo sat in choir or presided at a traditional Latin Mass. He did, however, administer the sacrament of confirmation in Houston.

sarto2012 said...

Interesting to see bishops from Scotland on the list! ... Wait ... oh no ... wrong again!