I remember this fellow riled up not a few people when he stated that the FSSPX Mass in reparation for a Satanic Black Mass was a greater abomination that the initial sacrilege. He is back with more, this time with comments on Quo primum tempore, St. Pius V's bull promulgating a streamlined set of liturgical books open for use throughout the Latin Church. The specifics of the bull interest us less here than the attitude of interpretation. In stark contrast to Fr. Hunwicke's comments, which read Quo primum tempore as a codification of the passed on tradition, this Fr. Nicholson reads it as the codification of the passed on authority. One thinks of the chapter "Obedience Before Tradition" in Dr. Hull's Banished Heart.
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