Archbishop Vigano: "The two forms of Mass, the Catholic Rite and the New Rite, cannot coexist."
Alexandra Clark | The Daily Knight
Archbishop Vigano has written another great letter in which is says how the Second Vatican Council was in a certain way a Great Reset for the ecclesial body. We can see this from the very fruits the Second Vatican Council has produced since its propagation. He confirms the attacks on the Apostolic Mass--The Tridentine Mass---the Traditional Latin Mass and exhorts his brother priest to take courage and know that it is the Novus Ordo mass that should have been abolished a long time ago!
Here are four excerpts worthy to note from his excellent letter:
"I dwelt on that fact that the Second Vatican Council was also in a certain way a Great Reset for the ecclesial body, like other historical events planned and designed in order to revolutionize the social body. Also in this case, the excuses given to legitimize liturgical reform, ecumenism, and the parliamentarization of the authority of the Sacred Pastors were not founded on good faith but on deceit and lies, in such a way so as to make us believe that we were renouncing things that were unquestionably good — the Apostolic Mass, the uniqueness of the Church as the means of salvation, the immutability of the Magisterium and the Authority of the Hierarchy — for the sake of a higher good. But as we know, not only did this higher good not come about (nor could it have), but in fact the true intent of the Council manifested itself in all its disruptive subversive value: churches were emptied, seminaries deserted, convents abandoned, authority discredited and perverted into tyranny for the sake of the wicked Pastors or rendered ineffective for the good ones."
"The two forms of Mass, the Catholic Rite and the New Rite, cannot coexist. They are opposed to one another: “They are mistaken therefore who believe that it is possible to hold together two opposing forms of Catholic worship in the name of a plurality of liturgical expression that is the daughter of the conciliar mentality no more and no less than it is the daughter of the hermeneutic of continuity." "Nor can we be surprised: those who do not come from God are intolerant of everything that even remotely recalls an era in which the Catholic Church was governed by Catholic pastors and not by unfaithful pastors who abuse their authority; an era in which the Faith was preached in its integrity to the nations and not adulterated in order to please the world; an era in which those who hungered and thirsted for Truth were nourished and refreshed by a liturgy that was earthly in form but Divine in substance. And if all that until yesterday was holy and good is now condemned and made an object of scorn, then allowing any trace of it to remain is inadmissible and constitutes an intolerable affront. Because the Tridentine Mass touches chords of the soul that the Montinian rite does not even begin to approach." If one really wanted to help the people of God in this crisis, the reformed liturgy should have been abolished, which in fifty years has caused more damage than Calvinism has done....But how can a priest be asked to celebrate a venerable and holy rite in which he finds perfect coherence between doctrine, ceremony, and life at one moment, and at the next a falsified rite that winks at heretics and contemptibly keeps silent about what the other proudly proclaims? Read full letter here: https://catholicfamilynews.com/blog/2021/06/10/archbishop-vigano-considerations-on-the-feared-modification-of-the-motu-proprio-summorum-pontificum/