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Old May 23, '12, 7:49 pm
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Default Re: The Latin Mass - Should It Be the Universal Catholic Mass Again?

Originally Posted by Stylites View Post
The faithfulness of the "faithful" is questionable if they are more concerned with hearing Latin and seeing a priest's back than they are in attending a licit Mass approved by the faith.
Originally Posted by TrueLight View Post
I hate to say this, but the fact that you describe it as "seeing a priest's back" shows a lack of catechesis.
Originally Posted by Stylites View Post
Showing a lack of catechesis would be driving past numerous licit Masses to reach an illicit one.
Originally Posted by ProVobis View Post
What kind of an argument is that to back up your ad orientem attack?
TL & PV-
I do not presume to speak for Stylites, but, the way I am understanding what is being said is that someone who drives past a valid and "licit" Mass to attend a valid but "illicit" Mass because they prefer the externals and without them perceive something as less-than or abusive, IMHO is not very "faithful".
I will give you that I did cringe a little at the "looking at the priest's back comment", but I do not think that it was meant as a slam to "ad orientem".
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