....it implies that the reform itself was flawed
  • Jani
    Posts: 432
    Well, was it? The more I study and read and learn the more confused I get. There are so many opinions, ideas, perceived rights and wrongs that it seems impossible to know what is truth.

    Perhaps a reform which leaves open so many doors must be inherently flawed...? How can there be so many ideas/answers/differences/rights/wrongs?
  • francisfrancis
    Posts: 9,937
    ...my take... way too little way too late as I wrote on another thread

    Benedict was not unlike Custer
  • Ben YankeBen Yanke
    Posts: 3,115
    Perhaps a reform which leaves open so many doors must be inherently flawed...


    You're not alone in thinking that, it's the natural conclusion of the reform of the reform.
  • tomjaw
    Posts: 2,355
    If the Catholic Church was a business... or run in a similar way to those illustrated by our Lord's parables.

    We could check how the new formula was doing...
    Mass attendance
    Baptisms
    Marriages
    Vocations to the religious life
    Number of new churches, schools, etc.

    So have these increased, therefore the new formula is a success, stayed the same... (so no preference) or decreased... new formula needs to be changed or return to old formula.
  • chonakchonak
    Posts: 8,921
    We already have a discussion underway about Cdl. Sarah's recent speech and the issues raised in it, so please continue the topic there.

    About the speech:
    http://forum.musicasacra.com/forum/discussion/13973/cardinal-sarah039s-talk

    About "clarifications" and opposition to it:
    http://forum.musicasacra.com/forum/discussion/14000/cardinal-sarah039s-remarks-clarified
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