1962 Mass to take on New Novus Ordo 'saints'


1962 Mass to take on New Novus Ordo 'saints'

Intro: Taken from another website:

The "1962 Mess" is, of course, a fraud, and Benedict-Ratzinger has once again been exposed as the Modernist leader that he was at the Vatican II Anti-council and remains to this day. The fact that he hid his heresies under the guise of a Santa Claus hat makes his heresies all the worse for malice and fraud.

By Bergoglio's decree "Cum sanctissima," issued in Latin on March 25, 2020, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the [New Order] Faith, which, since 2019, was given over control of the "1962 Mess," is ordering the updating of the 1962 Mess to add a raft of Unsaints con-anized since the Vatican II Anti-council. From now on, the fake Marxist/Modernist Unsaints that Bergoglio and his Newchurch predecessors have fabricated will become part of the 1962/2020 Mess. Those pseudo-traditionalists who cling to the phony 1962 Mess will now have their 1962 Missal polluted with the likes of Unsaint Oscar Romero, a Communist Newarchbishop of San Salvador, El Salvador, who was shot in connection with a Communist-slanted "homily" that he was delivering at a Novus Ordo Mess. In 2018, his fellow Marxist/Modernist, Francis-Bergoglio, con-anized him as a "martyr," apparently to Communism. Also included will be the Novus Ordo Hindu "nun" Theresa of Calcutta, whose con-anizing "miracle" was faked, according to her own doctors.

By Bergoglio's decree "Cum Magis," issued in Latin on March 25, 2020, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the [New Order] Faith is defying the dogmatic Council of Trent and adding seven -- count them: seven ! -- Prefaces (Introductions) to the Sacred Canon of the Mass, the most sacred and historically the earliest part of Holy Mass, in which the Consecration of the bread and wine into the Body and Blood of Christ takes place.

Already by the time of the dogmatic Council of Trent, the number of Prefaces had excessively proliferated, so the work of the Council, led by such lights as St. Charles Borromeo, limited them to a total of fifteen (Nativity of the Lord, Epiphany of the Lord, Quadragesima (Lent), Holy Cross, Easter, Ascension, Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, Our Lord Jesus Christ King, Holy Ghost, Most Holy Trinity, Blessed Virgin Mary, St. Joseph Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Apostles, Common, Of the Dead). In fact, four of the seven new Prefaces were taken directly from the New Mess, so now the New Latin Mess of 1962 is officially polluted with the corruption that is the New Order Mess. [Some information for this Commentary was contributed by the Vatican News Service.]


Vatican approves new options for Extraordinary Form

March 25, 2020

In two decrees released on March 25, the Vatican has given approval for seven new Prefaces to be used in the Extraordinary Form (EF) of the Mass, and given instructions for the observance of new feast days in the traditional calendar.

The decrees were issued by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF), which has been assigned since January 2019 to continue the work of the Ecclesia Dei commission in ensuring the proper celebration of the traditional Latin liturgy. In 2007, when he issued Summorum Pontificum, confirming the use of the Extraordinary Form, Pope Benedict XVI had suggested that the traditional Missal could eventually be expanded to include the commemoration of newly canonized saints. The new decrees confirm that possibility.

In the decree Cum Sanctissima, the CDF details how the saints canonized in the years since 1962 (when the old Missal was promulgated) may now be included in celebrations using the EF. The decree notes that these saints may be honored on the days that are marked as their feasts on the calendar for the universal Church: the calendar observed in most Catholic churches that use the Novus Ordo liturgy. However, the decree also notes that these celebrations are optional; communities that use the EF regularly may choose to continue observing their old calendar.

With the decree Quo Magis, the CDF adds seven options for Prefaces that may be used in the traditional liturgy for special occasions. Four of these—prefaces for the Angels, for St. John the Baptist, for Martyrs, and for the Nuptial Mass—are adapted from the prefaces for the same occasions that now appear in the Missal for the Ordinary Form. The remaining three—for All Saints and Patron Saints, for the Blessed Sacrament, and for the Dedication of a Church—had already been approved for use in the EF liturgy in Belgium and France; they are now approved for worldwide use.

The CDF decrees, like the liturgical options they approve, were released in Latin, the language used in the Extraordinary Form.