Sábado, 25 de Dezembro de 2010

Mons. Nicola Bux, consultor do Ofício das Celebrações Litúrgicas do Sumo Pontífice, em Versalhes, no dia 21 de Novembro:

 

Monsignor Nicola Bux, Consultant to the Office of Liturgical celebrations of the Supreme Pontiff and member of two congregations then talked at length about the liturgy and the Pope’s desire of pacification. He began his intervention by saying that the French bishops, who like to interact with non-Christians, ought also to dialogue with Catholics and that they must not be afraid of the sheep of their own flock! They should confront reality and not the perception that they have of it. He recalled that the Extraordinary Form is for all of the People of God, and not just a minority, and that it ought to serve as a training for the better celebration of the Ordinary Form. He indicated that, in Italy, the implementation of the Motu proprio is done through priests. He therefore admonished priests to be courageous in the implementation of this text. Finally, he added that the refusal of the Extraordinary Form could be considered as a rupture of communion with the Pope.

 

(Fonte: Rorate Caeli)



publicado por Afonso Miguel às 20:22 | link do post | comentar

escudo_ASC
facebook-button twitter-button
Posts recentes

!

comentários recentes
Afonso Miguel não desista! Muita força para contin...
Filhos de Ramires não desistem.
O que faz o Afonso Miguel aí? Faz o que fazem as t...
A propósito de "trendy"...http://www.youtube.com/w...
Reduzir a despesa do Estado - as famosas gorduras ...
As Missas ordinárias que passam na TV são bem o es...
Estas Missas televisionadas de Domingo são um autê...
Ora nem mais. Adivinhaste o meu pensamento. É exac...
E os fiéis em palhaços de circo... Pobre senhora.
Está a ser uma excelente leitura. Aguado o outro. ...
arquivos
Tags

aborto(1)

arquitectura(7)

bento xvi em portugal(19)

filosofia(23)

fsspx - roma(29)

geral(80)

história(69)

liturgia(165)

maçonaria(36)

monarquia(68)

música(13)

planeta dos macacos(44)

política(307)

religião(468)

todas as tags

blogs SAPO
RSS