A personal story
“God’s timing is always perfect.” This is something one of my children told me, after she had suffered many years of many trials and tribulations. Our prayers were endless and lasted years. In the end, the love of God always triumphs!
In recent weeks, there has been much to say about the FP’s latest motu proprio. It took everyone unawares. In one quick swoop of the pen, he effectually undid all that Pope Benedict had achieved since his Summorum Pontificum. We knew that there could be trouble, but what eventuated was not expected, and it was not warranted.
The traditional Mass seemed to have found a new springtime. There are many, many vocations. The Masses are filled with young people and young families. Many good, sincere Catholics, who love their Faith, do not understand and cannot comprehend it. In the last 12 months, we have seen a huge influx of people who could not find Masses in the constrained (govt. induced) situation. Many churches did not have log-in facilities, some churches sent out emails, but many missed out. They found the Latin Mass mostly by word of mouth…and guess what… they stayed! Continue reading “…His throne has been stolen. His power has not…” (On “Traditionis Custodes”)