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Confirmation In Extra Ordinary Form

FSSP Calgary: "We were so blessed and thankful to be able to welcome His Excellency Bishop Joseph Perry, Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago this last Sunday November 3rd to celebrate a Pontifical Mass and …More
FSSP Calgary: "We were so blessed and thankful to be able to welcome His Excellency Bishop Joseph Perry, Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago this last Sunday November 3rd to celebrate a Pontifical Mass and Confirmation in Extra Ordinary Form of the Roman Rite at St. Anthony's Catholic Church. Bishop Perry was assisted by Fr. Adrian Debow, FSSP / Fr. John Shannon, FSSP / and Fr. Krzysztof Sanetra, FSSP. This is a special occasion for the Latin Mass Community in Calgary. Our congratulations to the 25 children who received the Holy Sacrament of Confirmation with Bishop Perry. May the Holy Spirit give them the increased ability to practice their Catholic Faith in every aspect of their lives and to witness Christ in every situation."
@Gunman123 You've brought up several very interesting topics.

"How on earth that the true traditional roman rite of conferring sacraments be called an extraordinary form instead of ordinary form"

...cuz Benedict XVI sed so. :P No, really. That's why. There's a lot more to it than -just- that and you can read about it at length over here:
rorate-caeli.blogspot.com

"more over there is only…More
@Gunman123 You've brought up several very interesting topics.

"How on earth that the true traditional roman rite of conferring sacraments be called an extraordinary form instead of ordinary form"

...cuz Benedict XVI sed so. :P No, really. That's why. There's a lot more to it than -just- that and you can read about it at length over here:
rorate-caeli.blogspot.com

"more over there is only one licit and valid form which is the traditional form, the novus odo is hipto facto inlicit"

Welllp, now y'all disagreeing with The Pope (as he was at that time). "Hipto facto inlicit." That's pure awesomesauce. :D I am SO going to use that next time the discussion gets technical with Dr. Bogus.

"calling the tradional rite an extraordinary form is an insult to God himself"

...but, wouldn't you agree that "ordinary" means something regular 'n boring while "extraordinary" means something special and fantastic? Like think about restaurants, for example.

Where would you rather eat? A restaurant with ordinary food? Or one where the cooking is extraordinary?
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How on earth that the true traditional roman rite of conferring sacraments be called an extraordinary form instead of ordinary form, more over there is only one licit and valid form which is the traditional form, the novus odo is hipto facto inlicit but may be valid and catholics are not allowed to attend inlicit sacrament, calling the tradional rite an extraordinary form is an insult to God …More
How on earth that the true traditional roman rite of conferring sacraments be called an extraordinary form instead of ordinary form, more over there is only one licit and valid form which is the traditional form, the novus odo is hipto facto inlicit but may be valid and catholics are not allowed to attend inlicit sacrament, calling the tradional rite an extraordinary form is an insult to God himself who ordained the seven sacraments.
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It's very revealing that the FSSP in Canada needs to import a bishop from the USA.