Towards #sumpont2017

COETUS INTERNATIONALIS SUMMORUM PONTIFICUM
GIOVANI E TRADIZIONE
AMICIZIA SACERDOTALE SUMMORUM PONTIFICUM

Rome, 27 November 2016
First Sunday of Advent

OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE

From the 14 till the 17 September 2017
all are invited to Rome to celebrate
10 years of Motu proprio “Summorum Pontificum”.

May the traditional Mass flourish in the Church!

This aspiration, formulated by Msgr Sample, Archbishop of Portland, at the end of the last pilgrimage Populus Summorum Pontificum that took place between 27 and 30 October 2016, may reach its best materialisation next year, precisely on 14 September 2017, when the people of Summorum Pontificum shall meet ad Petri Sedem to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the coming in force of the Motu proprio of Pope Benedict XVI.

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Homily for the Solemnity of Christ the King 2016

Sunday, October 30, 2016
Church of Santissima Trinità dei Pellegrini

Sia lodato Gesù Cristo!

As we come to the end of this wonderful and beautiful pilgrimage during which we have celebrated Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI’s motu proprio allowing for a greater and more generous availability of the Holy Mass in the usus antiquior, we do so on this great Feast of Christ the King. We are all most grateful to Pope Benedict for his loving care for those who are devoted to this ancient form of the Latin Rite, and we pray that the wider availability of the Traditional Mass will have a profound and lasting effect on our divine worship in both the Extraordinary and Ordinary form of the Roman Rite.

As we celebrate the Feast of Christ the King, Holy Mother Church reminds us of the centrality of the mystery of Christ in both our lives and in our worship. We exalt our Divine Savior as the center of all human history and as the one who reveals to us the very meaning and purpose of our lives. It is this mystery that we celebrate in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Let us review what St. Paul teaches us about the fullness of all that God wishes to reveal to us in his Son, Jesus Christ our Lord and King.

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