The response to the dubia in regards to Traditionis Custodes were published today. Rome is determined to extinguish the prayer of saints and martyrs going back 2,000 years through tradition in an unbroken manner to Christ Himself: the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.
In the responses we read:
“There is no intention in these provisions to marginalise the faithful who are rooted in the previous form of celebration: they are only meant to remind them that this is a concession to provide for their good (in view of the common use of the one lex orandi of the Roman Rite) and not an opportunity to promote the previous rite.”
“There is no intention … to marginalize”: a protest too telling. It is incoherent to say what is for our good today cannot be so tomorrow. Faith builds only on reason and this is unreasonable.
Any concessions granted today, we are assured, are for our good but, like a perishable food product, the 2,000 year Mass suddenly has affixed to it an expiration date which may be assigned by the whim of a human being.
This will not last. The Mass will endure: in barns, basements, attics, fields, cellars, on rocks, in caves, dry and windswept deserts, ships, anywhere other than a church siezed by modernist heretics.
This battle God will win. The first adoration of Christ in history took place, after all, in a manger.
The Supreme Pontiff Francis, in the course of an Audience granted to the Prefect of this Congregation on 18 November 2021, was informed of and gave his consent to the publication of these RESPONSA AD DUBIA with attached EXPLANATORY NOTES.
Link to the full document: https://press.vatican.va/content/salastampa/it/bollettino/pubblico/2021/12/18/0860/01814.html#ing