I received this via e-mail. The English is not perfect, and I have cleaned up some obvious errors that don’t alter the sense. The one who sent it has interjected comments, but they are clearly defined. My emphases and comments:
A rather garbled translation of Julius Cardinal Darmaatmadja SJ pastoral letter declaring that Summorum Pontificum does not apply to the Archdiocese of Jakarta.
THE 1962 MASS PRIOR TO THE SECOND VATICAN COUNCIL
Position of Jakarta ArchBishop
1. Missale Romanum which was officiated by Pope John XXIII in the year 1962, and used during The Second Vatican Council, is the one which Pope Benedict XVI declared can be used in [his] "motu proprio data" on 7 July 2007. It is true that legaly there was never any restriction on its [ie. 1962 Mass] usage, even after The Second Vatican Council there was a change on Missale Romanum 1970 which was officiated by Pope Paul VI and renewed by Pope John Paul II in two new editions. This new Missale Romanum is the one we use up until now.
2. The Pope encourage us not to view [the current change set by Summorum Pontificum] as having two on going rites. He encourages us to view that there is only one rite which in its growth there is a difference in form between the old and the new. "In the history of the liturgy there is growth and progress, but no rupture." The new form which is what we currently used, is called by the Pope as the ordinary form (forma ordinaria) while the old form of 1962 he calls non-ordinary form (forma extraordinaria). (note: yes, that’s how His Eminence + Darmaatmadja phrase it, "non-ordinary" instead of "extraordinary")
3. Why Missale Romanum 1962 was declared usable? Despite that there was never any restriction on its usage, there was a need by certain faithful in certain area whom still wish to enjoy the value in it, including amongst Pius X’s faithful which was instituted by Lefebvre. [Note this carefully, for it is important later: the writer says that the Pope provisions aim at people who are attached to the older form of liturgy. Among those people, some are attached to the SSPX. A group within a larger group.] Although the reason for seperation by the Lefebvrist is more fundamental. And as a consequence of its [ie. Pius X group] position to still use the 1962 Missale Romanum, many faithful join the Pius X group only because [their] eucharistic celebration is still using the old form. For the sake of reunification and reconciliation on 1984 Pope John Paul II allowed the Lefebvrist to use the form of 1962. But because outside of Pius X group there are some who wish to use this [old] form, Pope John Paul II on 1988 published [his] motu proprio "Ecclesia Dei" to the bishops, to use their authority to give permission to those who wants it. Pope Benedict XVI repeats again [the permission] [That is not quite it. Summorum Pontificum says that priests with faculties to say Mass also have automatically the faculties to use the older books. It is not a separate permission.] with giving detail notes for broader audience with "motu proprio data" 7 July 2007. But without reducing the authority which the bishops has in moderating the liturgy in their area.
4. As a bishops which authority is also recognized in "motu proprio data", I affirm that what is currently practiced now is the only [one] officialy practiced for the Arch Diocese of Jakarta. Until there are special condition which force this ruling to be reviewed.
5. I made the ruling because of consideration that the reason for the [re]establishement of the 1962 Missale Romanum is not relevant [!] for the Arch diocese of Jakarta. There are no Pius X group, the lefebvrist group. There is no reason for reconciliation in the Church in the Arch diocese of Jakarta, [Remember that, above, the writer clearly stated that those attached the SSPX movement were not the only ones for whom Summorum Pontificum was issued. Thus, the Archbishop of Jakarta has simply brushed aside those who have never had and questionable unity. He is inconsistent. ] which has become the reason [Completely sidestepping what Summorum Pontificum says.] for "motu proprio data" 7 July 2007. With the currently practice Missale Romanum, still opens the possibility of Gregorian songs being sung. Therefore I decided for the whole ArchDiocese of Jakarta to follow the ordinary [which is] the newest form of Missale Romanum, in order to follow the latest development, [a development] which was made after the second Vatican council.
There you have it. The Archbishop of Jakarta has openly stated that the PAPAL juridical document affecting all the priests in the Latin Church doesn’t apply to his diocese.
Even considering the problems of translation, I think this might be the most blatant act of defiance I have seen to date.