¿Este será el ‘lío’ que quiere el Papa?
Some young people could be taking Pope Francis at his word when the other day he said, precisely to young people, “quiero lío en las dioceses… I want a mess in dioceses”. Francis continued: “May the bishops and priests forgive me if some of you create a bit of confusion afterwards. That’s my advice. Thanks for whatever you can do.” HERE
That’s when I opined:
¡Va a haber lío! ¿Motivo #5 para Summorum Pontificum?
It could be that a group of young people in Argentina think along those same lines: Get out and raise a ruckus for what you hold to be important.
According to the blog Página Católica, young Catholics are preparing (“preparan”) to protest outside the Basílica San José de Flores by picketing across a major avenue. There could be a little ribbing involved in the post. After we read “fuera de bromas… kidding aside”, the post says they intend to stay there until the Archdiocese permits, in that church, Holy Mass according to the Extraordinary Form.
The blog goes on to talk about how Francis’ words about “lío” could have political impact.
What interests me, however, is that some young people want the older form of Mass.
Are protests are in order?
Let there be lío!
I guess the combox over at that Spanish language site, linked above, has some pretty awful things about Pope Francis. Alas, the fever-swamp transcends language groups. Disappointing, but true.