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Old Jun 18, '07, 12:26 pm
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According to the Italian news agency ADISTA (Jun-18-2007), the Motu Proprio will be published on Jul-09-2007:

A lot of dates have come and gone, but it does appear that it is getting close. We'll see if July 9th is the date.
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Old Jun 19, '07, 7:09 am
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don't hold your breath.
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Old Jun 19, '07, 7:11 am
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don't hold your breath.
Not to sweat. Everything's proceding according to plan.
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Old Jun 19, '07, 4:18 pm
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According to the Italian news agency ADISTA (Jun-18-2007), the Motu Proprio will be published on Jul-09-2007:

Remember how the Vatican defines "real soon now"

You have to move the seven over one place.
The real date is July 9, 2070.
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Old Jun 19, '07, 6:06 pm
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Remember how the Vatican defines "real soon now"

You have to move the seven over one place.
The real date is July 9, 2070.
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Old Jun 19, '07, 6:21 pm
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Remember how the Vatican defines "real soon now"

You have to move the seven over one place.
The real date is July 9, 2070.
Or July 9, 2700
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Old Jun 19, '07, 9:52 pm
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Yes, I know a lady named Mota Propria, I'm sure she would be honored to go on a date with Mr. Motu Proprio.
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Old Jun 20, '07, 4:03 am
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Jul-09-2007
New Calendar: Optional Memorial of St. Augustine Zhao Rong, and companions.

Old Calendar: St. Maria Goretti (New Calendar: July 6th).

I would think that liturgically speaking, this would be a better day to release the letter to Chinese Catholics. Though if both letters were released, the message to Traditionalists would be unmistakable: "pray for your attackers".
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Old Jun 20, '07, 9:52 am
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Everything's proceding according to plan.
That is the problem, as most do not even suspect what the real plan is.
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Old Jun 20, '07, 10:04 am
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That is the problem, as most do not even suspect what the real plan is.
Well, look at this way, the more time before it's released, the more publicity and curiousity surrounding it. Maybe not all good publicity but nevertheless, a definite awareness more than the 84 or 88 indults.
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Old Jun 20, '07, 10:09 am
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That is the problem, as most do not even suspect what the real plan is.
Just as there are some who think they know what the real plan is.
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Old Jun 20, '07, 11:40 am
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I am personally very confident that it is going to be issued in less than a month. There are already multiple sources confirming that it exists and has been signed, as well as one source listing some information on the "cover letter" and some sort of press conference that will take place.
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Old Jun 20, '07, 11:03 pm
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Or July 9, 2700
No, that's if the Vatican had used the term "soon" instead of "real soon now"
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Old Jun 20, '07, 11:29 pm
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It would seem that a day is but a thousand years rather than a thousand years is but a day with the Vatican.
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Old Jun 21, '07, 12:32 am
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Really the mass is all the same no matter where it is.
So what diff does it make?
But the WAUs publ. has come out with a sample of combined mag with the daily reading missal in the middle optional for July.
Instead of seperate book and encouraging.
It is very nice and the prayer for the July 9th date for the day prayer at the mass is to St. Augustine. Coincidence? Nah.
Makes me happy.
But then will we have to buy our own missals
I want to anyways. For my daily prayer at home too and when I watch EWTN .
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