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Schneider: The Roman Rite “Is Not a Private Property of a Pope”

Bishop Athanasius Schneider spoke to Medias-Press.info on September 24. Highlights.

• The compromise on the part of Holy See officials, many bishops and even traditionally minded priests and laity, regarding the enormous evil of the growing fetal industry, whose major product is abortion-tainted vaccines, is also a lack of courage to fight uncompromisingly against the monstrous evil that is the fetal industry.
• No one can doubt that we live in an age that has the characteristics of a global atheistic dictatorship and where sin and rebellion against God have reached almost unimaginable proportions.

• Traditionis Custodes and the accompanying letter do an injustice to all Catholics who adhere to the traditional liturgical form, by accusing them in general of sowing discord. The derogatory tone of these documents towards the traditional liturgical form leads any impartial observer to conclude that such arguments are merely a pretext and a ruse, and that this is about something else.

• A liturgical treasure [= Roman Rite] that has been valid and highly valued for almost a thousand years is not the private property of a pope. The faithful, seminarians and priests must ask for the right to use this common treasure of the Church, and if they are denied this right, they may nevertheless use it.

• The increasing spread of celebrations of the traditional Mass reveals to all that there is - on closer and honest examination - a real break between the two rites both in terms or rite and of doctrine.

• The traditional rite is, so to speak, a constant reproach to the authorities of the Holy See, saying: "You have made a revolution in the liturgy. Go back to a true continuity between the two liturgical forms."

• The liturgical reform that the Council Fathers had in mind is the one that Paul VI approved in 1965 and that the Council Fathers celebrated at the last session.

• It is necessary to look at the extraordinary crisis which is hitting the Church since about 60 years, and which has reach terrifying proportions under the pontificate of Francis.

• I think that there are, indeed, still bishops in the church who live the integrity of the faith and the liturgy with conviction and love it. However, there are not many bishops who commit themselves to this publicly.

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Jan Joseph
Nee, De Romeinse ritus is zeker geen privé bezit van paus Franciscus. De Romeinse ritus, de Tridentijnse Heilige Mis is door paus Franciscus op 16 juli 2021 verboden, hiermee heeft paus Franciscus een schisma afgekondigd in de Rooms Katholieke kerk. De Romeinse ritus, de Tridentijnse Heilige Mis, het Universele Tridentijnse Rooms Katholieke geloof van voor het Tweede Vaticaanse Concilie is na 16 …More
Nee, De Romeinse ritus is zeker geen privé bezit van paus Franciscus. De Romeinse ritus, de Tridentijnse Heilige Mis is door paus Franciscus op 16 juli 2021 verboden, hiermee heeft paus Franciscus een schisma afgekondigd in de Rooms Katholieke kerk. De Romeinse ritus, de Tridentijnse Heilige Mis, het Universele Tridentijnse Rooms Katholieke geloof van voor het Tweede Vaticaanse Concilie is na 16 juli 2021 door het schisma dat door paus Franciscus is uitgesproken het alleenrecht geworden van de Pius X Broederschap. De Pius X Broederschap is de na 16 juli 2021 wettelijk afgescheiden Rooms Katholieke kerk met het alleen recht op De Romeinse Ritus, de Tridentijnse Heilige Mis.
V.R.S.
"The faithful, seminarians and priests must ask for the right to use this common treasure of the Church, and if they are denied this right, they may nevertheless use it"
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The above statement is... illogical and harmful. If Quo primum tempore applies they do not have to ask for the right and the perennial privilege they have (ensuing also from the antiquity of the Roman rite as the liturgic…More
"The faithful, seminarians and priests must ask for the right to use this common treasure of the Church, and if they are denied this right, they may nevertheless use it"
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The above statement is... illogical and harmful. If Quo primum tempore applies they do not have to ask for the right and the perennial privilege they have (ensuing also from the antiquity of the Roman rite as the liturgical custom of the Church). If Traditionis Custodes is deemed valid and legitimate then if they recognize it - submitting the request for the use - how can they later say: we are denied so we will nevertheless use it?
P. O'B
Seemed like Paul VI thought the Mass was his to do with as he wished.
pmfji
True, the Pope himself isn't banning it, but he is giving the bishops the ability to do so and the Pope isn't going to stop them. So he can blame them, and they can blame him for giving them the chance to do so.
Ultraviolet
It isnt't the Pope who is banning it at the diocesan level. It is the Bishops.
Hugh N. Cry
That’s that collegiality working.
pgmgn
The Pope is allowing bishops to take the blame for his policies. Check!
Ultraviolet
ncorrect . The Pope's policy allows the bishops to decide whether or not to allow the Latin Mass, while making it clear he personally disapproves of it. Francis is sowing discord and division and contradiction within The Church as he often does. However, the blame lies with the bishops just as did for closing the churches during the covid hysteria.

Not all bishops are prohibiting the Latin Mass.…More
ncorrect . The Pope's policy allows the bishops to decide whether or not to allow the Latin Mass, while making it clear he personally disapproves of it. Francis is sowing discord and division and contradiction within The Church as he often does. However, the blame lies with the bishops just as did for closing the churches during the covid hysteria.

Not all bishops are prohibiting the Latin Mass. If most bishops were traditionalists and supporters of the Latin Mass, Francis' motu proprio would be rendered all but irrelevant.
Lucky Strike1
"I think that there are, indeed, still bishops in the church who live the integrity of the faith and the liturgy with conviction and love it. However, there are not many bishops who commit themselves to this publicly."
Thank you Excellency, that you are doing it!