One vernacular Mass on Sunday

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Tridentine Mass celebrated on Palm Sunday in the chapel of Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston. Photo by John Stephen Dwyer

Tridentine Mass celebrated on Palm Sunday in the chapel of Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston. Photo by John Stephen Dwyer

A comment on an article on the reform of the reform states:

One vernacular Mass on Sunday for people to learn in their language is suficient to prepare them for the Extraordinary Form, which should become the normative in parishes beacuse it best expresses our identity as Catholics.

I am tired.  Hence the long break between posts.  I am do tired.  And I wish the above comment would come true.  Then I might have more energy.  I dread the election of the next pope.  What if he’s not another Benedict?

Hat tip – the Lady Dragon


Comments imported from the previous blog:
Posted by Jared Olar on September 10, 2009, 6:22 pm
Get your rest, Stephen. . . . and be at rest. The Church has endured many rotten or mediocre popes. She will get through no matter who the next pope is. Don’t forget that Benedict XVI has been naming new cardinals, and many older cardinals are getting too old to vote in conclaves.

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