Friday, November 6, 2009

Una Voce Reports On Two Years Post Summorum Pontificum

Lots of good info here. The snippet most being emphasized by others, though, is not so much a liturgical item. It's a huge, honking, glaring problem that so many have been taken in by that they don't even see it as a problem, though.

Perhaps the greatest reason for the current crisis in the Church is that too many people in the Church, particularly in senior positions, no longer accept the authority of the Pope. Where there is dissent, and where personality and self-interest are uppermost, there is decay and lapsation. Where Christ and obedience are to the fore the traditional life of the Church is allowed to flourish unhindered and the spiritual life of the Church flourishes, parish life flourishes, priestly and
religious vocations flourish, and the vitality of the faith flourishes,. The evidence for this is becoming more clear as each year passes. Those who refuse to recognise this are allowing their own human rationale and agenda to blind them to the undeniable growth that is taking place before their very eyes. They wilfully refuse to see what is becoming incontrovertible.

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