(LifeSiteNews) — In this week’s episode of Faith & Reason, Father James Altman and Liz Yore once again join John-Henry Westen to discuss Pope Francis’ latest disparaging remarks on the Latin Mass.
Late last month, Pope Francis, while visiting Hungary, spoke to a group of Jesuits in private regarding attachment to the Latin Mass. Addressing the Jesuits, Francis spoke about the “danger” of “indietrismo” or “going backwards,” which he said was in opposition to the Second Vatican Council, and that the “nostalgic disease” of “indietrism” prompted him to issue restrictions on the traditional Mass in 2021, subsequently adding further restrictions.
Commenting on Francis’ latest comments on those attached to the Old Mass, Yore noted, “He can use every name in the book, do whatever he tries to do within his power, but the beauty of the Latin Mass will remain. It will grow, whether it be underground or not, because it is the Mass of the ages. So he continues to double down, so I think we need to dig in our heels and double down ourselves.”
Connecting His Holiness’ comments with the Second Vatican Council and its aftermath, Fr. Altman said, “The reason why people are restoring what was stolen from us is because that is indeed a representation of the truth that Jesus spoke, of the Faith of which Jesus commanded us to have. It’s not going backward. We have 2,000 years of saints and martyrs who have showed us the way.”
Christians need not apply. How many other positions will the secular left make it impossible for a faithful Christian to have? We have persecuted and prosecuted bakers, catering hall owners, florists, and now teachers too.
Hmmmm…the list does seem to be growing, eh?
This is over in England but this is exactly the same going on here in the US. Exactly the same.
Soon, you will not be able to teach unless you agree to the current madness. You must disavow Christ in order to take a position dealing with the public.
Zero Hedge: A primary school teacher sacked after refusing to use an eight-year-old child’s trans pronouns has said her only intention was to safeguard the pupil.
The teacher from England, who can’t be named to protect the child’s identity, told The Epoch Times she had raised concerns about the potential damage social transition could have on the young pupil.
The woman—who is now taking legal action against Nottinghamshire County Council over her dismissal—claimed she was stonewalled by school chiefs after raising concerns over the welfare of the eight-year-old.
She was dismissed last year after raising a number of concerns regarding the facilitation of a new school pupil into her class who wanted to be treated as a boy.