Thursday, March 29, 2012

I usually wouldn't post a Michael Voris video, but this may be of interest --

There are probably some valid criticisms of traditionalists, but the fact that often their community is weak is not due to their fault alone, especially with the issue of Summorum Pontificum. (And given the homeschooling networks that exist, traditionalist parishes may be as strong or stronger than your typical American NO-only parish.) If bishops were concerned to foster communities of traditionalists Catholics, they should make the extraordinary form of the Roman rite more readily available in their parishes, so that traditionalists would not have to travel so far in order to attend a liturgy in the rite to which they are legitimately attached.

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