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John A Cassani
If this is not reversed, it will only be a matter of time until St. Peter’s effectively becomes a museum. I can recall the times I’ve set foot in Westminster Abbey and St. Paul’s in London. They have tombs where altars should be (or where they once were, in the case of Westminster Abbey), and they are essentially movie sets where one might perform religious rites. There is no spiritual life. …More
If this is not reversed, it will only be a matter of time until St. Peter’s effectively becomes a museum. I can recall the times I’ve set foot in Westminster Abbey and St. Paul’s in London. They have tombs where altars should be (or where they once were, in the case of Westminster Abbey), and they are essentially movie sets where one might perform religious rites. There is no spiritual life. This may well be the fate of St. Peter’s, but it must be fought, tooth and nail.
Tree
Cardinal Sarah writes that "the gift of grace is reduced" in a Mass concelebrated by a number of priests
J G Tasan
I do agree with him!
Tesa
Card. Sarah: If directive suppressing "individual" Masses in St. Peter's is a trial balloon, as Brandmüller has hypothesized, "it becomes even more necessary that we bishops, the priests, and the holy people of God all make our voices heard respectfully."