Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Bugnini-Student Piero Marini Confirmed by Pope Francis

Piero Marini (left) at His Ordination in June,
1965 in Concelebration According to the Missal of 1965
(Rome) Pope Francis today confirmed Curia Archbishop Piero Marini in his position as  President of the Pontifical Committee for International Eucharistic Congresses.  Msgr. Marini was from 1987-2007 papal master of ceremonies. In 1998  Pope John Paul II. appointed him the Titular Bishop of Martirano, In 2003 Titular Archbishop of Martirano.In  2007 he was replaced by the new Pope Benedict XVI.  with Msgr. Guido Marini as master of ceremonies and  Piero Marini was appointed  the head of the Pontifical Committee for International Eucharistic Congresses.
New members of the Pontifical Committee appointed by Pope Francis were Cardinal Stanislaw Rylko, President of the Council for Laity, Cardinal Robert Sarah, Prefect of the Congregation of Divine Worship, Cardinal Beniamino Stella, Prefect of the Congregation for the Clergy , and Father Juan Javier Flores Arcas OSB, Rector of the Pontifical Athenaeum of Sant'Anselmo in Rome ,

Piero Marini was discussed over two years for other offices

Curial Archbishop Piero Marini had been, since the election of Pope Francis, because of his liturgical sensibility persistently discussed to again become papal master of ceremonies or the successor Cardinal Antonio Canizares as Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship. This was because, among other things, that  the Pope neither confirmed Piero Marini  in his previous office, nor Cardinal Canizares in his. There was considerable resistance against the appointment of Piero Marini in  one of the two offices.
A few days before the start of the Synod of Bishops in the fall of 2014  Francis appointed Cardinal Canizares as the new Archbishop of Valencia, and on 26 November appointed Cardinal Robert Sarah as his successor at the head of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments. Now the confirmation of Piero Marini follows on his previous term of office.

Piero Marini's Participation as Secretary of Annibale Bugnini on Liturgical Reform of 1969

Piero Marini was ordained a priest on June 27, 1965 and subsequently served as secretary of Msgr. Annibale Bugnini, the "architect"  of the post-conciliar liturgical reform. The solemn Mass at Marin's ordination took place, as the picture shows, concelebrating according to the new 1965 Missal.
On February 22, 1965, two weeks before Pope Paul VI., in the course of the liturgical reform of the Second Vatican Council would first celebrate the Mass according to the new Missal of 1965 in Ognissanti, he promoted Curial Archbishop Enrico Dante, the papal   to cardinal. Msgr. Dante had been in the Office of Ceremonies since 1914 and  since 1947,  Papal Master of Ceremonies. With the elevation to Cardinal he was automatically exempted from office.
Paul VI. apparently appointed instead, with a view to the introduction of the new 1965 Missal, the Lazarist Priest, Annibale Bugnini ad interim, as acting master of ceremonies. On March 7, 1965, the pope celebrated the liturgy of the word in the vernacular, facing the people for the first time under the new 1965 Missal. 
Bugnini had been secretary of the Consilium ad exsequendam constitutionem de Sacra Liturgia that Paul VI. created in 1964 on the implementation of the liturgical reform, which   the Council had defined in the Constitution on the Liturgy,  Sacrosanctum Concilium. It was an office which he held until 1970, until the Missal of 1969 when a radical liturgical reform was implemented, which went far beyond the desired for reform of the Council.
The new priest, Piero Marini was Bugnini's personal secretary  and worked in the Consilium ad exsequendam constitutionem de Sacra Liturgia  in 1965. He played a leading role in the Bugninine liturgical reform of 1969. With Bugnini's  departure from office of papal ceremonies, Marini entered the office, which he took over in 1987. Msgr. Piero Marini acquired a doctorate in liturgical sciences in 1970 at the Pontifical Athenaeum of Saint Anselm  in 1981 at the LUISS University in Rome, another in political science.
Text: Giuseppe Nardi
image: Liturgy Papali
Trans: Tancred verkon99@hotmail.com
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M. Prodigal said...

The appointment of OLD modernists (a charitable moniker, all things considered) one after another is astounding. It is also ongoing bad news for the faithful. Why do these old men want to return to 1975? Hasn't the loss of countless millions of souls to the Church enough for them?

Anonymous said...

He's 73, a priest 50 years and less than 2 years from retirement. He's not in a cardinal position. He had a little less than seven years to go before being to old to elect a Pope....if ever he does become a cardinal....God forbid!

He represents the first class of priests...now all old men....who were embued with the spirit of disastrous Vatican II. Unfortunatly, we have to wait perhaps 5-10 years before these people are either dead (like Francis will be), or retired in exile before there could be any improvement.
Benedict XVI was a ray of hope....snuffed out by these people. But they won't have the strength to do it again.

Anonymous said...

Wishing the demise of other person?. Jesus would be thrilled with you, I´m sure. What a good soul you are.

Tancred said...

I know, I wish they'd edit that sort of stuff out of the bible.

Anonymous said...

QED only the protegés will have appointments by the boR, this guy was a protegé of AS, and pope Benedict dared to replace him? Revenge is a dish better served cold...

Anonymous said...

Why would anyone be surprised about this? Pope Francis enjoys causing disasters. Piero Marini will of course make a mess out of the next Eucharistic Congress. Its clear that Francis only chooses modernist heretics for high positions. Everyone will just have to wait for Bergoglio to resign for his inability to serve. He promised he would when that time came and the time is past due. Then I for one expect the Triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary to deliver the Church from this 50 year nightmare.

Anonymous said...

Latest news : on April 2nd, the boR will wash te feet of some prisoners in Rebibbia, once it was the Holy Thursday, maybe the new church 2.0 has different points of view, it's always 'hagan lìo'....in 2016 he's told to go back to his homeland, hope he remains there 4 ever. God bless+

Anonymous said...

"Why would anyone be surprised about this? Pope Francis enjoys causing disasters. Piero Marini will of course make a mess out of the next Eucharistic Congress. Its clear that Francis only chooses modernist heretics for high positions."

Piero Marini was kicked out as Papal Master of Ceremonies by Benedict XVI in about 2007, replaced by Guido Marini, a true Catholic.
Piero Marini was made president of the Eucharistic Congress Committee by Pope Benedict XVI in the same year....Francis is just renewing his unimportant mandate for another 5 years, which is lucky for Marini because technically he has less than 2 year before he has to submit his retirement-resignation to the Pope upon reaching 75. But with this re-conformation, chances are Marini has a safe job till he's 78...if he's there.

Anonymous said...

"Benedict XVI was a ray of hope....snuffed out by these people. But they won't have the strength to do it again." I don't think they'd need to "snuff out" the same guy twice, so it goes without saying "they won't have the strength to do it again." But they might pull something similar on Burke or Sarah.

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Anonymous said...

Not wishing, just stating fact: most people over 75 will be dead sooner than later. Wishing for their deaths would be uncharitable, but praying for their conversion is the way to go. But I, too, am thankful that death stares these faithless Catholics in the face.

Anonymous said...

Confirmed as what? LOL.