Quote: "An increasing number of the faithful have discovered that we need tradition, and we need it now. We need order and peace. Restoring the sacred, returning to the Traditional Mass, is an …More
Quote: "An increasing number of the faithful have discovered that we need tradition, and we need it now. We need order and peace. Restoring the sacred, returning to the Traditional Mass, is an intentional decision. It is fortification against disorder.
Tradition is an acknowledgement that the faith pre-dates the 1960’s. It is the discovery that there is an entire language, and entirely different points of reference, when we immerse ourselves in the traditions of centuries. Not decades, but millennium.
Tradition isn’t nostalgia, nor is it a fad. It most certainly isn’t simply a preferenceeither. It is finding the peace that comes from order, the order that comes from ritual, and the ritual that leads us to God.
Tradition is humility. It’s a deference to those who have come before us, and the obligation to those not yet born. It’s the democracy of the dead, but also the future of the Church.
Tradition is restoration. It’s the recovery of the sacred and an outright assault against disord…More
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Disorder begets chaos, not peace. In the years immediately following the Second Vatican Council western culture experienced rapid and widespread …
St. Augustine “The customs of God’s people and the institutions of our ancestors are to be considered as laws. And those who throw contempt on the customs of the Church ought to be punished as those who disobey the law of God.”
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2000 years of history can NOT be wrong....since new mass Church gone literally from the world
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