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Bishop Athanasius Schneider. Steve Jalsevac/LifeSite

‘Pope Francis’ new Motu Proprio is also deeply concerning in that it manifests an attitude of discrimination against an almost one thousand-year-old liturgical form of the Catholic Church,’ Bishop Schneider told The Remnant.

By Diane Montagna, The Remnant, (LifeSiteNews) Aug 3, 2021

(The Remnant) – In his first print interview since the release of Pope Francis’ new decree restricting the Traditional Latin Mass, Traditionis Custodes, Bishop Athanasius Schneider has said the document “demeans” a thousand-year-old liturgy of the Roman Rite, commits an “injustice” against Catholics who adhere to it, and creates a “two-class society” in the Church.

“The privileged first-class are those who adhere to the reformed liturgy,” Bishop Schneider asserts, “and the second-class Catholics, who will now barely be tolerated, include a large number of Catholic families, children, young people and priests” who, through the traditional liturgy, have “experienced, with great spiritual benefit, the reality and mystery of the Church.” …