Sunday, February 2, 2014

Pope addressed liturgical shenanigans of NeoCats


At least we know he has a line in the sand!

The article is a bit confusing:

Benedict was mostly concerned about alleged liturgical abuses in the movement and had instructed the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith to study whether its Masses violated church regulations, according to a 2012 report in L'Espresso magazine. Francis has reportedly called off the study ordered by Benedict, and he made no mention in his remarks Saturday about liturgical problems.

What does the AP think the Pope was talking about?


breathnach said...

It's becoming clear the Pope is comfortable with a "laissez faire" Catholicism. Apparently, Notre Dame is promoting "the Faith", in their way. The Neo-Cats,are promoting it in theirs. As far as Francis is concerned,it's all good. The Pope's motto could easily be "let a thousand flowers bloom"! He'll sit back and be the point of fascination for world media while insisting there is a "unity of Catholic belief." He'll mention the devil and express an interest in pro-life, here and there. Almost forgot, one group will not be allowed to bloom-traditional Catholics will have to be labelled and contained.

Anonymous said...

That's the best summary of the pope's tenure to date, breathnach.