Ft. Worth bishop’s ban of Traditional Mass is probably illegal under Catholic Canon Law

In a stunning and breathtaking letter, the Most Rev. Michael Olson, the newly-consecrated bishop of the Fort Worth Diocese and the second-youngest bishop in the United States, has fully and totally banned the offering of the Traditional Latin Mass in the chapel of Fisher More College, where it has been offered for the last three years on a daily basis by chaplains all approved by his predecessor bishop according to the college. This blow comes after the students of the college raised $300,000 in about a week to keep the school open for the spring semester (see here)

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Editor’s note: Once again, we have religious liberty for Jews, Muslims, Protestants, Pagans and Clown Masses – but nothing for Traditional Catholics!

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2 Comments

  1. “Outrageous!” would be a compliment. There is simply no pejoratively adequate adjective for this travesty.

    It goes well beyond mere denial of a sacred, canonically established right and is, in fact, out-and-out persecution.

    Some DAY, this bishop will have a lot of ‘splainin’ to do. I would not want to be wearing his mitre when that happens.

  2. I can almost guarantee you this is a liberal liberation theology priest. These priests are anti-tradition and are PC. Just an educated guess here.


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