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By Carina Benton, OnePeterFive, June 26, 2024

Carina Benton is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in The Federalist, The American Spectator, The Western Journal and other publications. She holds a master’s degree in education and has taught for many years in Catholic and Christian, as well as secular institutions. She is a dual citizen of Australia and Italy, and a permanent resident of the United States.

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Credible rumors shared by Rorate Caeli about a renewed crackdown on the Roman Rite, coinciding with the third anniversary of Traditionis Custodes, have prompted an interesting debate on what sort of trick the Vatican may have up its sleeve and how, in turn, individual dioceses and Traditional Latin Mass communities will play their hand. In its letter published last week, Rorate cautioned readers that the ideologues responsible for Traditionis Custodes are “frustrated with its apparently slow results” and are now seeking a new ban that would be as “wide, final, and irreversible as possible.”

Yesterday evening Diane Montagna confirmed in The Remnant Newspaper that, according to “well-informed sources,” a new document is indeed in the works that would, if published, “prohibit all priests other than those belonging to approved ex-Ecclesia Dei institutes from offering the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass in the Vetus Ordo” and “would also prohibit bishops from themselves celebrating or authorizing the celebration of the Vetus Ordo in their dioceses.” …