Vatican Considers Banning Latin Mass From St Peter

The chapter of the Vatican's St Peter's basilica - or whoever is behind this - considers banning the Traditional Latin Mass (TLM) and all private masses at the basilica's side altars.

In Saint Peter's, it was always possible for priests to celebrate private Masses, however, some years ago, this possibility was limited to the morning hours.

Since John Paul II, the TLM could be celebrated in the crypt. Benedict XVI allowed its celebration also in other parts of the basilica. (January 23) has learned that “those venerable practices may be about to be abolished.” This would be another step to turning the basilica into a museum.

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"This would be another step to turning the basilica into a museum." -exactly as planned. We're all witnessing Church history that's at least as bad as the 1970s
John A Cassani
First a museum, then a mosque.
Say five decades of the rosary in penance for even suggesting such a thing. ;-) Especially since it's a real possibility in the distant future. After all, Rome was at one time the capitol of Christianity's greatest persecutor.
If it's Catholic, the masonic Vatican will try to ban it
Louis IX
Pope St. Pius V may have an opinion on this.