Ultraviolet
"Since he dislikes ridged Catholics" @salliperson Does he like ruffled Catholics? Personally, I believe Pope Francis likes Pringles. Each one is the same as the other -ground, mashed, stamped and processed into one shape with some superficially different flavors decided by the company. Pringles tends to drop some flavors whenever they become "too popular" and threaten the core line-up. Francis …More
"Since he dislikes ridged Catholics" @salliperson Does he like ruffled Catholics? Personally, I believe Pope Francis likes Pringles. Each one is the same as the other -ground, mashed, stamped and processed into one shape with some superficially different flavors decided by the company. Pringles tends to drop some flavors whenever they become "too popular" and threaten the core line-up. Francis is definitely a Pringles guy.
john333
Pope Paul VI did remove the oath against modernism that is a fact.
By their fruits you know them.
modern liturgy is abomination and EWTN is trying to put lipstick on pig
their fighting a loosing cause Vatican II
Ave Crux
I would be careful about taking the assertions in this video about the Papal Oath at face value. I just did some research -- finding the video very shocking, as I had never heard anything about the Papal Oath after being a staunch Traditionalist for 45 years (although we do know Paul VI shamefully surrendered the Papal Tiara, three-fold symbol of Papal authority) -- and found this explanation …More
I would be careful about taking the assertions in this video about the Papal Oath at face value. I just did some research -- finding the video very shocking, as I had never heard anything about the Papal Oath after being a staunch Traditionalist for 45 years (although we do know Paul VI shamefully surrendered the Papal Tiara, three-fold symbol of Papal authority) -- and found this explanation posted online:

ewtn.com/catholicism/library/papal-coronation-oath-4617

I also found this comment in a blog thread on this topic:

"I’ve looked it up in my Seminary text books from prior to Vatican II. In the sources on the Rituals and Liturgies of the Church, specifically Pontifical Ceremonials, including Papal Coronations, and in the Old Ceremoniale Episcoporum the Oath is not a part of or included in the ceremonies of the Coronation. While it was taken by various Popes throughout the ages, in various forms, it was not as some Sede proponents assert a major factor, or even a needed portion of the rites...."
salliperson
Now that we are on the subject of dress, why doesn’t Bergoglio exchange the white cassock for a shirt and tie? Bring it out in the open. Since he dislikes ridged Catholics I think it quite apropos. This goes for his Bishops as well. The whole group are nothing more than a bunch of Modernists.