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“Because that which is known of God is manifest in them. For God hath manifested it unto them.” [Douay-Rheims translation, Romans 1:19]
The days of yore – traditional Catholicism – effectively ended on July 17, 1967.
Why? On that date Pope Saint Pius X’s comprehensive Oath Against Modernization was replaced with a tepid Profession of Faith. Arguably, the tepid Profession of Faith reopened the modernist floodgates on July 17, 1967 – and is a day that will live in modernist infamy.
A collateral issue is whether the Sacred Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith’s tepid Profession of Faith actually abrogated (I.e., did away with) Pius X’s Motu Proprio Oath Against Modernization. This is an issue best left to canon lawyers and Cardinals…
It bears repeating that on September 8, 1907, Pope Saint Pius X did not mince words when he wrote Pascendi Dominici Gregisabout Catholic modernists:
On December 12, 2016, Raymond Cardinal Burke announced that all official Masses at the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in La Crosse, Wisconsin, would be celebrated "ad orientem" -- that is, with the priest facing liturgical east and Our Lord in the tabernacle, rather than the congregation.
We have obtained a copy of the official Press Release from the Shrine (see below).
In addition, during my recent interview with Cardinal Burke, I asked him directly about his decision to make this change. Here is the pertinent portion of that interview: