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I think this notion that “Pope Francis doesn’t care about liturgy” needs to be revised. He cares; he just has not acted in the way many people expect a person who “cares about liturgy” to act.
“Let us allow the Child in the manger to challenge us, but let us also allow ourselves to be challenged by the children of today’s world…”
“I have a thousand problems with ceremonial protocol, but I must respect it. Do you know the difference between terrorism and ceremonial protocol?
A “revolution in full swing”?
I haven’t spoken with Fr. Gula or with Pope Francis about this. But here’s my suggestion: go read everything you can by Richard Gula on ministry. I think he’s on the same wavelength as the pope.
Martin Klöckener in Interview: Was Missal Translation an Issue in the Naming of the 27 New CDW Members?
Perhaps Pope Francis named Bishop Morerod and Bishop Aubertin to the Congregation for Divine Worship because of the controversy around the translation of the missal.
The pope’s acceptance of an ecumenical council will be controversial for some.
Pope Francis and Bishop Munib Yunan, president of the Lutheran World Federation, signed the Joint Declaration at the Lutheran Cathedral of Lund, Sweden today.