Robert P Hartley
Robert P Hartley

Joseph Shaw Calls Leaked Letters "Unequivocal Good News"

That which was sacred remains sacred. The TLM was never abrogated and every priest, by their ordination, has the right to its use. This is guaranteed by the Council of Trent and the Papal Bull “Quo Primum Tempore.” The Novus Ordo is not of Vatican II, but is of a Protestant committee and a Masonic archbishop. The Novus Ordo was rejected by the body of Cardinals in 1967 but imposed by Pope Paul …More
That which was sacred remains sacred. The TLM was never abrogated and every priest, by their ordination, has the right to its use. This is guaranteed by the Council of Trent and the Papal Bull “Quo Primum Tempore.” The Novus Ordo is not of Vatican II, but is of a Protestant committee and a Masonic archbishop. The Novus Ordo was rejected by the body of Cardinals in 1967 but imposed by Pope Paul VI in 1969. It’s not Catholic and was never universally accepted by the Church. The Pope John Paul II committee found that the TLM wasn’t abrogated and never can be abrogated. Therefore, the TLM MUST be provided to the Catholics who want it, along with all the other sacraments according to the Latin Rite. No Pope, Council, Synod, or Church prelate has the authority to change what has been previously decreed by past Councils and accepted universally by the Church.
Robert P Hartley

Legalism: Francis' Diocese "Forbids" ALL Roman Rite Easter Liturgies

That which was sacred remains sacred. Nobody, including the Pope, can forbid that which is lawful. No Pope, council, or decrees can undo the valid and authoritative teaching of the Council of Trent regarding the TLM and sacraments. Any authority that attempts to is illegitimate and their decrees must not be followed.
Robert P Hartley

Perth: Being A Priest Becomes a Crime

Always do your confession in secret! If it is face-to-face, it isn’t Catholic. No true Catholic priest wants to know the identity of the confessor for obvious reasons!
Robert P Hartley

More than 50 years after the conclusion of Vatican II, widespread myths about what the Council …

This is a solution searching for a problem. The reality is that the vast majority of priests and Catholics that attend Mass don’t have any problem with the lack of reverence, the illegitimacy, the invalidity (per the bull Quo Primum Tempore and the dogmatic Council of Trent), of their favorite Novus Ordo Masses. Those that do have either left for the Traditional Latin Mass or have left the …More
This is a solution searching for a problem. The reality is that the vast majority of priests and Catholics that attend Mass don’t have any problem with the lack of reverence, the illegitimacy, the invalidity (per the bull Quo Primum Tempore and the dogmatic Council of Trent), of their favorite Novus Ordo Masses. Those that do have either left for the Traditional Latin Mass or have left the Church. The Novus Ordo crowd doesn’t feel threatened by the TLM crowd and the TLM crowd just wants to have the TLM and traditional sacraments. The solution is obvious. Since the Church has created two rites, then it needs to separate the two branches so that they can co-exist as equal members or rites of the Catholic Church. That is what has always been done in the past and it has worked very well.