Illegitimacy and validity In your last point you say that if the Novus Ordo is Quo primum, it is necessarily invalid; as a consequence, the Sacraments would also be invalid. The Jews have so replaced the Christians that some parishes are about to lose their ministers because their revenue has dwindled so drastically.
In fact, elevating Quo primum over the living authority of the Holy See is even worse than elevating Scripture over that authority. Liturgical directives are disciplinary and, therefore, subject to change. The famous monk, Radulph, inspired long ago by an excess of zeal, was so inflamed against the Jews that he traversed Germany and France in the twelfth century and, by preaching against the Jews as the enemies of our holy religion, incited Christians to destroy them.
Surely it is not in Quo primum that the Church has established the universal prayer which is offered up for the faithless Jews from the rising of the sun to its setting, that the Lord God may remove the veil from their hearts, that they may be rescued from their darkness into the light of truth.
Hence, We decided to entrust this work to learned men of our selection. This is how we interpret them. We have discussed these at length in Our treatise On the diocesan synod, Book 5, 5. The Jews are cruel taskmasters, not only working the farmers harshly and forcing them to carry excessive loads, but also whipping them for punishment.
But this problem does not refer to the power of the Pope, but the fidelity he must have toward the established doctrine. Even the most ardent Vatican II-fans - if there are any left!
Hence the consecration of Joseph Ratzinger would also be invalid, and therefore, we at TIA would be sede-vacantists. Because it is an application of the Divine Law as defined by the Church regarding the Roman Rite specifically, the Roman Church specifically.
By Raymond Taouk Quo Primum is a solemn papal decree binding on the Church "in perpetuity" and condemning any whom would depart from it, as the pope indicated. Now then, since lex orandi, lex credendi est [the law of prayer is the law of belief], it was not possible to have that Mass for almost years without a special assistance of the Holy Ghost confirming the Church in her Faith and giving the doctrine reflected in Quo primum Mass a note of infallibility.
The first thing I would point outaccording to the approach that St. A Cardinal of the Roman Church might consider himself exempt; nay, even one so high as a cardinal must obey the directive. The Popes have solemnly professed for so many centuries that this is not within their power.
We believe a Pope does not have the right to forbid a form of worship that had been used by the Church for close to years.To the Primate, Archbishops and Bishops, of the Kingdom of Poland.
Venerable Brothers, We give you Greeting and Our Apostolic Blessing. God in his goodness allowed Catholicism to take root in Poland at the end of the tenth century during Continue reading →. Quo Primum Decree of Pope St. Pius V on the Roman Missal.
July 14, At the very beginning when We had been raised to the summit of the Apostolate [elected Pope], We earnestly bent Our attention and Our energies, and directed Our thoughts to those matters that pertained to the maintenance of the purity of the Church’s worship and to provide these, and with God’s help, We have striven.
President Ronald Reagan commented on the Roman Coliseum at the National Prayer Breakfast, Feb. 2, “This power of prayer can be illustrated by the story that goes back to the fourth century – the monk [Telemachus] living in a little remote village, spending most of his time in prayer.
maintaining the completely unchanged latin roman catholic mass decree quo primum, st. PIUS V, JULY 19, "By this our decree, to be valid IN PERPETUITY, we determine and order that NEVER shall anything be added to, omitted from, or changed in this Missal.
Quo primum (from the first) is the incipit of an Apostolic constitution in the form of a papal bull issued by Pope Pius V on 14 July So Quo Primum itself is based on the obvious principle that the liturgy is capable of change.
Now, back to the papal bull Quo Primum of Pope St. Pius V.Download