“The Motu Proprio cut off the head of Benedict's line, and Desiderio buries its corpse”

“The Motu Proprio cut off the head of Benedict's line, and Desiderio buries its corpse” — Article …

In the city of Rome they seem not to have digested the mounting criticism that has been rising for months against the Motu Proprio Tradition...
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"First problem. According to Francis, the reception of the liturgical reform is a necessary condition for the reception of the Second Vatican Council."
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First problem: nope - though "indultists" love to deceive themselves in the above matter. According to all the post-conciliar popes incl. Paul VI, John Paul II and Benedict XVI the reception of the liturgical reform is a necessary condition …More
"First problem. According to Francis, the reception of the liturgical reform is a necessary condition for the reception of the Second Vatican Council."
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First problem: nope - though "indultists" love to deceive themselves in the above matter. According to all the post-conciliar popes incl. Paul VI, John Paul II and Benedict XVI the reception of the liturgical reform is a necessary condition for the reception of the Second Vatican Council.
Moreover, looking objectively - the liturgical deform has been (since its beginning) the principal tool of forcing Vatican II brand new ideas (ecumenism, anthropocentric opening to modern man/world, common priesthood of the faithful, collectivity/collegialism, etc.) onto the faithful.