- Jul 10, 2020
The old phrase, “lex orandi lex credendi” (how you pray is how you believe) gives weight to the observation that the external differences are the manifestation of a deeper divide. In other words, Old Order Catholics and New Order Catholics behave differently because they believe differently. Can the chasm be bridged by liturgical rapprochement?
In an interview at the start of a newly published collection of his homilies while archbishop of Buenos Aires, Pope Francis has warned of rigidity in those seeking to roll back liturgical reform. He also shares thoughts on preaching, politics and Pentecostals — and his soft spot for ladies of a certain age.
Introducing a new collection of his homilies and speeches when Archbishop of Buenos Aires, Pope Francis tells Fr Antonio Spadaro SJ that the post-Vatican II council liturgy is “here to stay.”