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TLM News from Asia - II. President of Philippine Bishops' Conference to offer Solemn Pontifical Mass


Msgr. Palma is the Archbishop of Cebu, one of the Philippines' two "red-hat" sees. (The red hat of Cebu is currently held by Ricardo Cardinal Vidal, who turned 80 last year).

This Mass will be according to the 1962 Missal.

3 comments:

  1. Interesting. The Filipino bishops, by and large, do everything in their power to put up walls against Tradition and the Traditional Latin Mass. But this is a good sign.

    Hopefully, His Excellency will NOT be wearing that gold Vatican II polyester poncho when he celebrates!

    Semper Fi

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  2. Anonymous8:05 PM

    I hope this will inspire more priests in the Philippines to regularly celebrate the TLM.

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  3. Gratias4:39 AM

    Hope this TLM does not cause Abp. Palma to be blackballed for the Cardinal hat. We need him to neutralize our very own Cardinal Wuerl.

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