Is it possible that this actually happened? I’ll try to get more information.
It seems that Card. Burke has been prohibited from celebrating Holy Mass in the Extraordinary Form at the parish near Klosterneuburg in Austria, held by Augustinian Canons.
And HERE In Spanish:
Noticias en Español 30/10/2014 22:56:31
Gloria.TV News on the 31st of October 2014
A Cardenal se le prohibe celebrar Misa:
El próximo miércoles el cardenal Raymond Burke se suponía que debía celebrar una misa de rito antiguo en la iglesia parroquial de Viena de San Leopoldo, que pertenece a los monasterio muy ricos de Klosterneuburg. Pero la misa fue cancelada. El preboste de Klosterneuburg, el Padre Bernhard Backovsky ha prohibido personalmente al pastor local permitir al Cardenal celebrar.
Cardinal’s have faculties to celebrate anywhere, but they will certainly not do so if local authority is set against it. Since Card. Burke is the consummate gentleman, it is unlikely that he would press the case.
Fall out from the Synod? Perhaps someone didn’t like that Card. Burke objected to certain paragraphs of the mid-point Relatio?
We will know more about this soon.
UPDATE: 2 Nov 1306 GMT
From a friend:
People that I know at Klosterneuburg have told me that the EF is a huge point of contention there, since it was the home of Pius Parsch. Many of the older canons, some of whom knew him personally, are very proud of the fact that they were doing “the Reform” before there was a reform. When Pius XII condemns “false archeologism” in Mediator Dei, Parsch is his principal target, since he was already doing Offertory processions with the faithful carrying the gifts, Mass versus populum etc. back in the ’20s. But of course, the majority of the vocations in that house now are young Americans (or at least non-Austrians) all on fire for tradition, not just in the liturgy, but in the whole canonical life generally. If Card. Burke was in some way refused permission to say the EF, it’s a pretty safe bet that it was the canons themselves, rather than the Archdiocese of Vienna, that did it.