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Old Feb 11, '12, 10:18 pm
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Please explain this. I sincerely hope "Traditional" Catholics have respect for other humans
As MikeDunphy said, "human respect" refers to caring more about what men think than what God thinks. If we base our actions more on how our neighbors, family, and co-workers will react, than what is in accordance with God's will, then we are acting out of "human respect". Do we want to be popular or be holy? Sometimes the two go hand in hand, but very often they do not.

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Ooh but what about birettas?
Usually only processing to and from the vesting room to the altar foot.
Some of the priests do wear hats when out and about . One has a very smart fedora.
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As MikeDunphy said, "human respect" refers to caring more about what men think than what God thinks. If we base our actions more on how our neighbors, family, and co-workers will react, than what is in accordance with God's will, then we are acting out of "human respect". Do we want to be popular or be holy? Sometimes the two go hand in hand, but very often they do not.

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OK, I understand, but that is not just for traditional Catholics, that is for every Christian that professes Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior--to put God first and not care about what humans think. That is why I was confused. I never heard the term used in that way. Most people who sincerely try to live like this don't go around talking about it -- they just do it.
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"Just offer it up for the souls in Purgatory."
"Is that vestment rose, or Pepto Bismal?"
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Old Feb 12, '12, 6:41 am
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That android Rosary app is pretty good. It has the Luminous Mysterious, but it's still good anyways.
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What a unique scapular!

I miss Pius V so much. Can we reincarnate him?

Dude no, you can't date her, she's discerning the religious life.
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Ooh but what about birettas?
None currently. We've had a few biretta wearing priests in the past though.
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None currently. We've had a few biretta wearing priests in the past though.
What about a new order of Beretta wearing priests!?

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None currently. We've had a few biretta wearing priests in the past though.
If I was a priest, I'd be wearing a biretta all the time.
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What about a new order of Beretta wearing priests!?

FSSP, ICRSS?
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Can you please take your biretta talk discussion to another thread? Thank you.
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If I was a priest, I'd be wearing a biretta all the time.

FSSP, ICRSS?
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Can you please take your biretta talk discussion to another thread? Thank you.
Too traditional?
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OK, I understand, but that is not just for traditional Catholics, that is for every Christian that professes Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior--to put God first and not care about what humans think. That is why I was confused. I never heard the term used in that way. Most people who sincerely try to live like this don't go around talking about it -- they just do it.
Yes it certainly is for all Christians. (Although I agree with Belloc that to be truly Christian is to be Catholic, and a non-Catholic Christian is only Christian in so far as they retain some elements of Catholicism, but I digress)

Yes it is something everyone should believe and act upon, but I never heard it termed "Human Respect" before getting into the traditional community.

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I can't move there, there's no EF.
Funny, after becoming a traditionalist and learning more than I cared to about the NO, the first thing I did when I got orders to PCS from Omaha to Monterey, CA was google EF masses (thanks be to God, Institute of Christ the King is just 1.25 hours north). Likewise, when considering where the AF will send me next, Mildenhall UK, Kadena Japan, first thing is always a google search for the EF. I'll be happy when my second enlistment ends and I can relax as a civilian with my FSSP parish in Omaha until I die
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[Me at the March for Life this year] "I'm looking for my parish group. I'm looking for the priest in the cassock, that will be my priest."
I like this one. At our annual life chain event in Omaha where the entire diocese stands in a chain along the busiest street in Omaha (Dodge) and each parish gets a block, the only one that actually has people filling their assigned areas (as opposed to 3 to 6 people looking lonely) is our FSSP parish, in fact we usually end up spreading out onto the block next to us because theres so many there. And yes, always fills my heart with pride to see our priests out there on their knees in their cassocks, ignoring the middle fingers and leading us in prayer... they just look so... Catholic.
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