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Wednesday, June 11, 2008

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Ed Peters

Good essay. Thx for posting it.

Thomas

I hate the "Good Pope John" [nonsense]. And certainly not because I dislike the Holy Father. It's used as a club against his predecessors and successors, and I have no doubt he himself would strongly chastize the not-so-subtle Modernists who employ it.

My aunt frequently says she dislikes Benedict XVI (and John Paul the Great for that matter) and wished Blessed John XXIII was always pope. I usually bite my tongue for the sake of peaceful family functions, but I look forward to pointing out what exactly a perpetual John XXIII papacy would have meant: the continued use of the Tridentine Mass as the universal and ordinary form of the Roman Rite. My God, how she hates that Mass.

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