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Fr John Flader Q&A: Motu proprio a discipline

Can you tell me what the new regulations issued by Pope Francis for the celebration of the traditional Latin Mass will mean for those...

Fr John Flader: Can I attend the Latin Mass?

“Dear Father, I often attend a Latin Mass in the traditional rite with my family, and we find it very spiritual and helpful. I...

Australia’s bishops respond to Francis’s motu proprio on the Latin Mass

The arrival of Pope Francis’s motu proprio on the Latin Mass issued on 16 July has been greeted over this last week with some...

Philippa Martyr: So, what about the new Mass?

It looks like Pope Francis not only reads The Catholic Weekly, but reads my column. Just two weeks ago, I said that he was...

Sydney Archbishop permits Extraordinary Form Latin Mass, while seeking advice for...

Archbishop Fisher said he was granting the permission while he takes advice on both the motu proprio, Traditionis Custodes (Guardians of the Tradition) and the accompanying letter from Pope Francis.

Francis reimposes strict limits on what was once called the Extraordinary...

As diocesan bishops around the world woke on 17 July to find themselves considering how to implement Pope Francis’ motu proprio on the use...

Dr Philippa Martyr: The Novus Ordo was meant to be a...

There’s some concerns that Pope Francis might be planning to limit the use of the Vetus Ordo, or Extraordinary Form of the Mass (the...

Paul Catalanotto: ‘Traditional’ Catholics

Beware the false 'traditional' vs 'non-traditional' divide People who call themselves "traditional Catholics" are on equal footing in my mind with those people who say...

Let’s celebrate the Mass the way Vatican II wanted

We owe it to the Novus Ordo to celebrate it the way Vatican II really intended. Dominus vobiscum!

Philippa Martyr: Latin versus silence

I belong to a lively little Facebook group called ‘Catholics in Australia’. Recently a stoush broke out about why some people liked Latin in...
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