Thursday, April 23, 2015

Amateur Brain Surgeon's analysis of Eucharistic Prayer II

Commenting on Fr John Hunwicke's otherwise unexceptional article, "How to enjoy Eucharistic Prayer II" (Fr Hunwicke's Mutual Enrichment, April 22, 2015), Raider Fan (A.K.A. Amateur Brain Surgeon) writes in The Nesciencent Nepenthene (April 22, 2015):
It would be comforting to learn that late in life, Annibale Bugnini, had a moment like Alec Guinness had in the movie, Bridge on the River Kwai:

What can I say? The man has a twisted sense of humor. [Laughing ... ] Unfortunately, so do I.


Paul Borealis said...

It is funny, in a 'black comedy' sort of way.

On a serious note, if any person in a high place had such an 'experience', I imagine it would have been Pope Paul VI. I think of "Voluntati Obsequens" & "Jubilate Deo", 1974 as evidence to start with.

But on a more serious note, what do traditionalists (e.g. SSPX?, FSSP?, SSPV?, et al.) really want said or done (bottom line?) re: Archbishop Annibale Bugnini, the Consilium, the Novus Ordo Missae (Missal of Paul VI), the Papacy and Magisterium, etc? So many voices. The incessant criticism I read on the Web (of varying quality, veracity and merit I think) is, IMHO, truly something to behold, and at times it is overwhelming, and frightening -- complaints, concerns and problems seemingly with remedy. Quo Vadis?

Important note: The above is NOT directed at Pertinacious Papist, nor is it an accusation or criticism of anything he has said or done. Thanks.

Paul Borealis said...

*...seemingly without remedy*

Paul Borealis said...

Tuesday, April 21, 2015
New from Remnant TV: SSPXophobia: From Voris to Mirus to…Hillary Clinton?

Written by Michael Matt | Editor

Paul Borealis said...

Saturday, April 25, 2015

Dead Cat Bounce

Written by Patrick Archbold


If It’s Just the “Extraordinary Form” What Do You Expect?

Louis Tofari POSTED: 8/8/13


Paul Borealis said...

Supreme Court rules against prayer at city council meetings

Mayor Jean Tremblay of Saguenay argued reciting prayer respects Quebec’s Catholic heritage

The Canadian Press Posted: Apr 15, 2015 9:56 AM ET|Last Updated: Apr 15, 2015 9:17 PM ET

Paul Borealis said...

The Ecumaniacs - Father Gommar A De Pauw J.C.D.

[year: ? - shortly after Vatican II? location: Detroit?]



['Sent, December 31, 1964, as a not-for-publication communication to the Pope, all Vatican Curia cardinals, all members of the Roman Catholic hierarchy in the U.S.A., and selected bishops in various countries.
Made public, March 15, 1965']


Conciliar or Catholic? Father Gommar A De Pauw

A Lecture given in Chicago, 1967

text of lecture:

['Fr. Gommar A. DePauw is arguably the founder of the Traditional Roman Catholic Movement.']


Why The Latin Mass - Father Gommar A. De Pauw


re: Catholic Traditionalist Movement, Inc. (CTM)

[Fundamentalisms Observed, Volume 1],+a+forty-six-year-old+Belgian-born+professor+of+theology&source=bl&ots=xx3AaQAOZV&sig=aDcrkJ2kjpMw9Pc8q_rBfrSsvzQ&hl=en&sa=X&ei=bhlAVd3eI4mngwTK_oGQAg&ved=0CB0Q6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=On%2015%20march%201965%20De%20Pauw%2C%20a%20forty-six-year-old%20Belgian-born%20professor%20of%20theology&f=false

Amateur Brain Surgeon said...

Dear Doc. Thanks for the link