Wednesday, 4 July 2007

Well, Now We Know What It's Called...

Motu Proprio
Summorum Pontificum

This is the name of the motu proprio which establishes the liberalization of the Traditional form of the Roman Rite and rules for its implementation, according to I.Media, which has confirmed that it will be published on July 7, 2007.

Mantilla twitched to Rorate Caeli.

3 comments:

Mark said...

Oooh.

By the way, do you think it'll come out in the CTS Vatican Documents Service?

Kasia said...

So my Latin is rusty. (OK, it's practically nonexistent.) How precisely does that translate?

Mac McLernon said...

According to Fr Z, it goes something like...

"... (Something or other) of the Supreme Pontiffs (something or other)..."

He's taking suggestions for the various possibilities. You can read them HERE

(Be sure to check out the comment from Paul in the Midlands... he has some spoof Latin which is very very funny!)

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