Sunday, November 12, 2006


The Good Cardinal's Minimum Requirement

Hat tips to The New Liturgical Movement (via post by Jeffrey Tucker) and the iPadre (via conversation after Mass).

Excerpt (emphasis mine):
In an hourlong, often humorous, address that received several standing ovations, Arinze suggested that, in order to give Catholics options, large parishes offer the Mass in Latin at least once a week, and in smaller, rural parishes, at least once a month. (Homilies, he said, should always be in the faithful's native language.) Latin "suits a church that is universal. It has a stability modern languages don't have," he said.

Ya want the whole thang? Read Jeffrey's post.


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