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More Indications: Roman Rite Institutes Will Be "Forced" Into Novus Ordo

The Vatican will subject Roman Rite Institutes such as the Fraternity of St Peter to the same draconic laws imposed on diocesan clergy, and will attempt to force them into the Novus Ordo.

This will happen in March, Summorum-Pontificum.de (February 3) has learned. It is likely that so much legalism and rigidity will simply be ignored among Roman Rite clergy.

An attempt will be made to impose on them the Chicago rule that “the first Sunday in the month” must be presided in the Novus Ordo, at least for their public apostolates. Whether this will also apply to the internal use - and how this would be possible - has not yet been decided.

The formation of Old Rite communities, even informal ones, will be [in vain] prevented "at all costs.” Those existing "are to be crushed or excluded," Summorum-Pontificum.de writes.

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Rand Miller
This is why it's important to be a sedevacantrist because if Francis is the Pope, the faithful must submit to him, obey him, trust him, etc.
Ultraviolet
I refer @Rand Miller to the following article, which supports @Mathathias Maccabeus' point.
mccallansteve
No one on God's earth can forbid priests to say Holy Mass and instead say a protestant imitation of it.
Angelo Santelli
All they need do is ice Gordo. Not that diffiuclt to figure out.
Ultraviolet
It's a pity that reasoning isn't applied to your account, false-priest.
Jan Joseph
Ik hoop van harte dat de Sint Petrus broederschap dit niet accepteert, liever een schisma dan de Novus Ordo, de mis van het Tweede Vaticaanse Concilie, waar geen Transsubstantiatie aanwezig is.
aderito
Stand firm in God and we will win ,even the church is infested with Judas
philosopher
Predictions and prognosticators aside, the question is what will the Fraternity do if something like this happens in the future?
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
YES! Ignore Pope Francis and his people. Go to the SSPX if they have to. I read that even more new traditionalist religious Orders are rising up, in defiance of Francis, and that even some bishops are ignoring him. He and his people are worthoess scum who should be ignored.
giveusthisday
FSSP is praying to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Whatever happens, God has a plan!
Ultraviolet
Yes, Joao, I do. When someone predicts an act will happen BEFORE the end of Dec. 2021, and it didn't happen, their predictions are worthless.
Ultraviolet
"the word prediction does not mean something will be WILL, it means that something "MAY" happen" @Joao H Machado
Several major dictionaries flatly contradict your interpretation of the word "prediction". Even more embarrassingly, they corroborate mine. ;-)
Collins
"If you make a prediction about something, you say what you think will happen."
MacMillan
"a statement about what you think willMore
"the word prediction does not mean something will be WILL, it means that something "MAY" happen" @Joao H Machado

Several major dictionaries flatly contradict your interpretation of the word "prediction". Even more embarrassingly, they corroborate mine. ;-)
Collins
"If you make a prediction about something, you say what you think will happen."

MacMillan
"a statement about what you think will happen in the future, or the process of making such a statement."

Cambridge
"a statement about what you think will happen in the future"

Oxford
"statement that says what you think will happen"
Ultraviolet
@Joao H Machado I don't give a *flip* what you claim you predicted in 2005. There's not a shred of proof for your claim. With your accuracy-record it's probably as bogus as your definition of "prediction". So don't talk about things you can't prove.
I do have proof for one of your predictions, though. It shows you predicted and, according to your definition, you were "prophecying" something …More
@Joao H Machado I don't give a *flip* what you claim you predicted in 2005. There's not a shred of proof for your claim. With your accuracy-record it's probably as bogus as your definition of "prediction". So don't talk about things you can't prove.

I do have proof for one of your predictions, though. It shows you predicted and, according to your definition, you were "prophecying" something last year that didn't happen then and still hasn't happened now.

"Your concept of what a prediction is, what a forecast is and what a prophecy is, is distorted…"

My concept factually supported by no less than four independent sources while your concept is backed by nothing except your big mouth. So, no, lo siento Muchacho Muchado, you don't get to call anything "disorted". Not on your own authority.
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Ultraviolet
"and you need to stop harassing those that are trying to get to the truth and what to prepare."
I’m not harassing anyone. I am replying to you. That's what I've been doing. Replying to you... because YOU decided to stick your nose in with a "correction". Before that, I wasn't addressing you personally or anyone else.
You're not helping anyone "get to the truth". So don't paint yourself up like …More
"and you need to stop harassing those that are trying to get to the truth and what to prepare."

I’m not harassing anyone. I am replying to you. That's what I've been doing. Replying to you... because YOU decided to stick your nose in with a "correction". Before that, I wasn't addressing you personally or anyone else.

You're not helping anyone "get to the truth". So don't paint yourself up like cheap plaster saint. You're just criticizing without cause and without support. The truth is very simple: Summorum-Pontificum.de has been wrong before, just like YOU.
Ultraviolet
"This will happen in March..." - Summorum-Pontificum.de is the same discredited source predicting it would happen before the end of last year.