On October 9, Sodalitium Pianum published an article which contained an excerpt from the Pro Tridentina blog, highlighting Roman plans for the infusion of various liturgical innovations similar to those approved for use in 1965 into the 1962 missal (effectively abrogating it), and observed some changes occurring at my local SSPX parish over the years which could be interpreted as being consistent with preparing the faithful for that eventuality (Here).  

Apparently the accordist Rorate Coeli blog immediately flew into damage control mode, and called into question the veracity and credibility of the Roman sources relied upon by the indultarian Pro Tridentina blog.

In response, the Tridentina Blog has “doubled down” on its previous post, and reiterated the credibility and veracity of its initial report.

That which follows is their response to Rorate Coeli:

Rorate – Who is insulting who?

http://pro-tridentina-malta.blogspot.com.mt/2017/10/rorate-who-is-insulting-who.html

“The latest Tweet from Rorate states:

“Now, being insulted because we try to prevent Fake News from being spread. Fine. Those followers who like Fake News: just don’t follow us.”

For ease of reference, we are reproducing the previous post from this Blog. We leave to the readers to decide who is insulting who.

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One of the best sources on the internet for traditional Catholic news has debunked our previous post. They tweeted:

“We don’t believe in this, period. Let all who know sources in Rome check it with them, but it seems fishy to us: http://pro-tridentina-malta.blogspot.com.mt/2017/10/breaking-news-massive-liturgical.html?m=1 “

Later on, they re-tweeted:

“Ok, checked with our main Roman sources, and our suspicions were founded — the best called it “hogwash” and “not true at all”.”

Our sources are reliable and Rorate Caeli should know better before trying to denigrate what is after all true.  The funny thing is that one of their “main sources” contacted us this morning, telling us that he was surprised by Rorate‘s message and his paternalistic tone. Apparently this person from Rorate is a British national.

But, on one thing we agree with Rorate, check your sources in Rome and you will get confirmation, sooner or later. It would be better if traditional Catholics co-operate together, rather than trying to denigrate other websites, just because sometimes news are published before they obtain them.”

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