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New Facebook Group for Preservation of Summorum Pontificum


Shawn Tribe, the founder of two important websites—New Liturgical Movement and Liturgical Arts Journal—has created a Facebook group called “Preservation of Summorum Pontificum & Access to the Ancient Latin Rites.”

The description reads:

The purpose of this group is to factually and non-polemically document what is taking place in regard to the possible or actual diminution / restriction of the liturgical freedoms noted in Summorum Pontificum for the ancient Latin liturgical rites. It also exists as a forum to coordinate efforts to maintain and preserve the free and unfettered access to these more ancient forms, whether the Roman usus antiquior or the liturgical rites of the various religious orders and primatial sees.

The purpose of this group is not to attack individuals, be they popes, prelates, priests, laymen or otherwise. Be firm and strong in your convictions but be courteous.


Please consider joining the group if you are on Facebook.


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