The Archbishop of Paris, Most Rev. Michel Aupetit, issued a letter to priests of that venerable see about Traditionis custodes.
Good news and bad news.
The good news is that the TLM will continue at Ste Odile (17e), Ste Jeanne de Chantal (16e), St Eugène-Ste Cécile (9e), St Roch (1er), and ND du Lys (15e).
However, Aupetit suppressed TLMs at Notre-Dame-du-Travail (14e – South Paris). What a lovely birthday gift for Our Lady.
Also suppressed, Saint-Georges-de-la-Villette (19e – East Paris), both in poorer areas. I am told that the miffed reaction was, “No TLM for the poor!”
Notre-Dame-du-Travail is fittingly on the Rue Vercingétorix… taken prisoner in defeat and later strangled in Rome.
One must ask: Cui bono?
Of course Saint-Nicolas du Chardonnet is not affected in any way except, perhaps by growing numbers of people.
We’ll always have Paris.
But some Parisiennes won’t have the TLM that is the foundation of their culture.