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[Catholic Caucus] Papal Nuncio Says All Bishops Should Use the Old Order of Mass ^ | January 3, 2018 | Brian Kelly

Posted on 01/03/2018 8:19:06 PM PST by ebb tide

Archbishop Thomas Gullickson (67), the nuncio to Switzerland and former nuncio to the Ukraine, has offered the Traditional Latin Mass three times in 2017. He writes on his blog 10) that this had a “positive, warming and reassuring impact” on him.

Monsignor Gullickson confesses that “the Tradition has won my heart”. His post is entitled “Older and Better”.

Gullickson admits that it took him too long to allow others to carry him through the experience of the Traditional Mass. Now, he encourages other bishops to accept invitations to celebrate the Old Mass.

According to Monsignor Gullickson the Vetus Ordo is “how a bishop is meant to celebrate the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.”

TOPICS: Catholic; Prayer; Theology; Worship

1 posted on 01/03/2018 8:19:07 PM PST by ebb tide
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To: ebb tide

It is a shame we are losing so many beautiful buildings that ooze sacredness, while these ghastly modern and dumpy churches in the suburbs fill up.

2 posted on 01/03/2018 8:49:04 PM PST by Phillyred
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To: Phillyred

I thought sometime back via a church design website, it is the newest churches being designed in the older style.

As the old saying goes, “what is old is new again.”

3 posted on 01/04/2018 3:20:57 AM PST by Biggirl ("One Lord, one faith, one baptism" - Ephesians 4:5W)
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