Novus Ordae Missae

Novus Ordae Missae 2020-06-15

When a new law is promulgated, the law it replaces is abrogated. If, as we are led to believe, that the new law of liturgy replaced the old law of liturgy, then it would have the force of law in replacing the old law ofliturgy, which it did not. Pope Benedict XVI mentioned this in his Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum:

"It is therefore permitted to celebrate the Sacrifice of the Mass following the typical edition of the Roman Missal, which was promulgated by Blessed John XXIII in 1962 and never abrogated, as an extraordinary form of the Church’s Liturgy."

Therefore, the modernist finds himself in a bit of a conundrum because he has to admit that there are now two rites of the Roman Latin Rite, which implies the creation of a new rite and as we know such an act was condemned at the dogmatic Council of Trent. He is in a world where the new rite is the Mass by decree only but never officially, formally and legally replacing the old rite.

When a new law is promulgated, the law it replaces is abrogated. If, as we are led to believe, that the new law of liturgy replaced the old law of liturgy, then it would have the force of law in replacing the old law of liturgy, which it did not. Pope Benedict XVI mentioned this in his Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum:

"It is therefore permitted to celebrate the Sacrifice of the Mass following the typical edition of the Roman Missal, which was promulgated by Blessed John XXIII in 1962 and never abrogated, as an extraordinary form of the Church’s Liturgy."

Therefore, the modernist finds himself in a bit of a conundrum because he has to admit that there are now two rites of the Roman Latin Rite, which implies the creation of a new rite and as we know such an act was condemned at the dogmatic Council of Trent. He is in a world where the new rite is the Mass by decree only but never officially, formally and legally replacing the old rite.

But by not officially and legally promulgating the Missale Romanum of Paul VI and only declaring that the new missal may be published, Paul VI escapes technically being in schism. But the spirit of what he did was schismatic.

The modernist will often object that Bull Quo Primum could not bind any successor of Pope St. Pius V because changing the liturgy is a matter of discipline and administration. However, the Eucharist of the Mass is the core of Catholic Faith. The Holy liturgy is an expression of the Catholic Faith. There can be nothing present in the liturgy which is not in the doctrine of the Catholic Church. Therefore, the law of liturgy pertains to faith and morals and is not merely in its essence disciplinary and administrative. Quo Primum is still in force leaving the Novus Ordo Missae as an illicit and schismatic rite.

The wool has been pulled over the eyes of the faithful by the wolves in the hierarchy simply because the wolves can control the narrative and demand false obedience. In this upside down world, the wolves call those Catholics who completely obey Church doctrine and the divine law heretics and schismatics.

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