Cardinal Burke and Bishop Schneider Restate Concerns About Restrictions on Traditional Liturgy, by Edward Pentin 

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Cardinal Raymond Burke (l) and Bishop Athanasius Schneider (photo: Edward Pentin)

The cardinal and the bishop offered their comments for a talk the author gave recently in London.

VATICAN CITY — Cardinal Raymond Burke has questioned the basis of papal-led efforts to restrict and eventually eliminate the traditional Latin Mass, while Bishop Athanasius Schneider has said the “millennium-old treasure” cannot be destroyed, as it is the work of the Holy Spirit.

The two provided comments to me that I used in an Oct. 21 talk to the Iota Unum group in London.

As concerns deepen over this pontificate’s new restrictions regarding the traditional liturgy, Cardinal Burke told me that “to the degree that reason and sound theology prevail, the safeguarding and promotion of the Usus Antiquior [the ancient liturgy in use before the reforms of 1970] will continue.”  …