Saturday, September 13, 2008

Summorum Pontificum: one year later...


Join us for the Rome celebration!

Sunday, September 14, the FSSP in Urbe will be hosting a nice one year anniversary celebration of Summorum Pontificum. Hope to see everybody there.

Traditional Sung Mass at ten o'clock and after a traditional pranzo at a traditional Roman Trattoria and does it get any better than that? Originale per tradizione!

Auguri!

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8 comments:

Iosephus said...

That sounds like a great time - I wish that I could be there!

Gregor said...

Sounds brilliant - wish I could be there!

Anonymous said...

I was extremely disappointed to hear what Pope Benedict said to the reporters: Summorum Pontificum is an act of tolerance towards a small group of people.

Anonymous said...

We are small numbers, right? And it is tolerance, right? Seems like he nailed it!

Anonymous said...

Benedict XVI's comment was condecending and insulting.

The SSPX was right all along.

JPSonnen said...

Well, it is tolerance, versus the intolerance we had before.

And yes, we are perhaps the smallest minority in the Church - at least we are in the City of Rome!

Gregory DiPippo said...

C'mon guys, give the Holy Father a break. He has been in credibly generous to those who love the traditional Mass, let us at least be as generous to him! Traditionalists are a the minority in the Church; is there any way to deny this? And the motu proprio IS an act of tolernace to those who have suffered much intolerance, and NOT from him. Ubi caritas?

Raphaela said...

Wish I could have been there. Say hello to everyone for me, would you?