As you can see, I am singing this hymn enthusiastically:
I wanted to accompany the cathedral congregation to the modern form of the Mass with its glorious music and this is what I asked the schola to lead us in (not):
This is funny. A version of be careful what you wish for. Never mess with a sarcastic Italian.
The money quote on Traditionis Crudelis (Custodes):"There can be no clearer sign that the post-Conciliar revolution knows that it has no appeal to the rising generations, and thus, growing deathly afraid, and unwilling to take an honest look at its failure, resorts to doing by force what it cannot do by persuasion. A dying revolution is not a dead revolution. It has stuck out like a dying animal and caused a great deal of pain, unnecessarily, and will for some time continue to do so, to worse effect in some places than in others. But every such strike, every suppressed Mass, every closed church, every dispersed community, is a confession that it has failed and is dying."It is hypocrisy on steroids
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