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We’ll explore the uncanny use of the word “unity” in the motu proprio Traditionis Custodes, the Pope’s accompanying letter, Cardinal Cupich’s July 2021 statement on the Motu Proprio, and how he used it in 2002 when he padlocked the Latin Mass parish out of their church for Easter Triduum, “as an invitation to be in unity with him.”
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Tagged As: Cardinal Cupich, Latin Mass, Pope Francis SJ, Unity
[…] and “sure that people stay at the table and keep talking.” It’s empty talk, however, much like padlocking a Latin Mass parish on Good Friday in order to prevent the parishioners thereof…, (also see the exact quotes on this post) he’s already spoken for you and determined what he […]