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BENEDICT XVI has made the richness of the Roman Liturgy more accessible to the Universal Church. S.S. BENEDETTO PP. XVI ricorda che il Missale Romanum, che ha ricevuto nuovi aggiornamenti lungo il corso dei tempi fino al Beato Papa Giovanni XXIII. BENOÎT XVI avec le Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum, où sont indiqués, pour l’usus antiquior du rite romain, quelques critères essentiels.

PONTIFICAL COMMISSION ECCLESIA DEI INSTRUCTION on the application of the Apostolic Letter Summorum Pontificum of HIS HOLINESS POPE BENEDICT XVI given Motu Proprio


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I.
Introduction
1. The Apostolic Letter Summorum Pontificum of the Sovereign Pontiff Benedict XVI given Motu Proprio on 7 July 2007, which came into effect on 14 September 2007, has made the richness of the Roman Liturgy more accessible to the Universal Church.
2. With this Motu Proprio, the Holy Father Pope Benedict XVI promulgated a universal law for the Church, intended to establish new regulations for the use of the Roman Liturgy in effect in 1962.
3. The Holy Father, having recalled the concern of the Sovereign Pontiffs in caring for the Sacred Liturgy and in their recognition of liturgical books, reaffirms the traditional principle, recognised from time immemorial and necessary to be maintained into the future, that "each particular Church must be in accord with the universal Church not only regarding the doctrine of the faith and sacramental signs, but also as to the usages universally handed down by apostolic and unbroken tradition. These are to be maintained not only so that errors may be avoided, but also so that the faith may be passed on in its integrity, since the Church's rule of prayer (lex orandi) corresponds to her rule of belief (lex credendi)."1
4. The Holy Father recalls also those Roman Pontiffs who, in a particular way, were notable in this task, specifically Saint Gregory the Great and Saint Pius V. The Holy Father stresses moreover that, among the sacred liturgical books, the Missale Romanum has enjoyed a particular prominence in history, and was kept up to date throughout the centuries until the time of Blessed Pope John XXIII. Subsequently in 1970, following the liturgical reform after the Second Vatican Council, Pope Paul VI approved for the Church of the Latin rite a new Missal, which was then translated into various languages. In the year 2000, Pope John Paul II promulgated the third edition of this Missal.
5. Many of the faithful, formed in the spirit of the liturgical forms prior to the Second Vatican Council, expressed a lively desire to maintain the ancient tradition. For this reason, Pope John Paul II with a special Indult Quattuor abhinc annos issued in 1984 by the Congregation for Divine Worship, granted the faculty under certain conditions to restore the use of the Missal promulgated by Blessed Pope John XXIII. Subsequently, Pope John Paul II, with the Motu Proprio Ecclesia Dei of 1988, exhorted the Bishops to be generous in granting such a faculty for all the faithful who requested it. Pope Benedict continues this policy with the Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum regarding certain essential criteria for the Usus Antiquior of the Roman Rite, which are recalled here.
6. The Roman Missal promulgated by Pope Paul VI and the last edition prepared under Pope John XXIII, are two forms of the Roman Liturgy, defined respectively as ordinaria and extraordinaria: they are two usages of the one Roman Rite, one alongside the other. Both are the expression of the same lex orandi of the Church. On account of its venerable and ancient use, the forma extraordinaria is to be maintained with appropriate honor.
7. The Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum was accompanied by a letter from the Holy Father to Bishops, with the same date as the Motu Proprio (7 July 2007). This letter gave further explanations regarding the appropriateness and the need for the Motu Proprio; it was a matter of overcoming a lacuna by providing new norms for the use of the Roman Liturgy of 1962. Such norms were needed particularly on account of the fact that, when the new Missal had been introduced under Pope Paul VI, it had not seemed necessary to issue guidelines regulating the use of the 1962 Liturgy. By reason of the increase in the number of those asking to be able to use the forma extraordinaria, it has become necessary to provide certain norms in this area.
Among the statements of the Holy Father was the following: "There is no contradiction between the two editions of the Roman Missal. In the history of the Liturgy growth and progress are found, but not a rupture. What was sacred for prior generations, remains sacred and great for us as well, and cannot be suddenly prohibited altogether or even judged harmful."2
8. The Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum constitutes an important expression of the Magisterium of the Roman Pontiff and of his munus of regulating and ordering the Church’s Sacred Liturgy.3 The Motu Proprio manifests his solicitude as Vicar of Christ and Supreme Pastor of the Universal Church,4 and has the aim of:
a.) offering to all the faithful the Roman Liturgy in the Usus Antiquior, considered as a precious treasure to be preserved;
b.) effectively guaranteeing and ensuring the use of the forma extraordinaria for all who ask for it, given that the use of the 1962 Roman Liturgy is a faculty generously granted for the good of the faithful and therefore is to be interpreted in a sense favourable to the faithful who are its principal addressees;
c.) promoting reconciliation at the heart of the Church.READ...

 



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PONTIFICIA COMMISSIONE ECCLESIA DEI

ISTRUZIONE
sull’applicazione della Lettera Apostolica
Motu Proprio data Summorum Pontificum di
S.S. BENEDETTO PP. XVI

I.
Introduzione
1. La Lettera Apostolica, Summorum Pontificum Motu Proprio data, del Sommo Pontefice Benedetto XVI del 7 luglio 2007, entrata in vigore il 14 settembre 2007, ha reso più accessibile alla Chiesa universale la ricchezza della Liturgia Romana.
2. Con tale Motu Proprio il Sommo Pontefice Benedetto XVI ha promulgato una legge universale per la Chiesa con l’intento di dare una nuova normativa all’uso della Liturgia Romana in vigore nel 1962.
3. Il Santo Padre, dopo aver richiamato la sollecitudine dei Sommi Pontefici nella cura per la Sacra Liturgia e nella ricognizione dei libri liturgici, riafferma il principio tradizionale, riconosciuto da tempo immemorabile e necessario da mantenere per l’avvenire, secondo il quale "ogni Chiesa particolare deve concordare con la Chiesa universale, non solo quanto alla dottrina della fede e ai segni sacramentali, ma anche quanto agli usi universalmente accettati dalla ininterrotta tradizione apostolica, che devono essere osservati non solo per evitare errori, ma anche per trasmettere l’integrità della fede, perché la legge della preghiera della Chiesa corrisponde alla sua legge di fede"1.
4. Il Sommo Pontefice ricorda inoltre i Pontefici Romani che, in modo particolare, si sono impegnati in questo compito, specificamente San Gregorio Magno e San Pio V. Il Papa sottolinea altresì che, tra i sacri libri liturgici, particolare risalto nella storia ha avuto il Missale Romanum, che ha ricevuto nuovi aggiornamenti lungo il corso dei tempi fino al Beato Papa Giovanni XXIII. Successivamente, in seguito alla riforma liturgica posteriore al Concilio Vaticano II, Papa Paolo VI nel 1970 approvò per la Chiesa di rito latino un nuovo Messale, poi tradotto in diverse lingue. Papa Giovanni Paolo II nell’anno 2000 ne promulgò una terza edizione. leggere...



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COMMISSION PONTIFICALE ECCLESIA DEI INSTRUCTION sur l’application de la Lettre apostolique Summorum Pontificum donnée motu proprio par SA SAINTETÉ LE PAPE BENOÎT XVI

I.
Introduction

1. La Lettre apostolique Summorum Pontificum, donnée motu proprio par le Souverain Pontife Benoît XVI le 7 juillet 2007 et entrée en vigueur le 14 septembre 2007, a rendu plus accessible la richesse de la liturgie romaine à l’Église universelle.
2. Par ce Motu Proprio, le Souverain Pontife Benoît XVI a promulgué une loi universelle pour l’Église, avec l’intention de donner un nouveau cadre normatif à l’usage de la liturgie romaine en vigueur en 1962.
3. Après avoir rappelé la sollicitude des Souverains Pontifes pour la sainte liturgie et la révision des livres liturgiques, le Saint-Père reprend le principe traditionnel, reconnu depuis des temps immémoriaux et à maintenir nécessairement à l’avenir, selon lequel « chaque Église particulière doit être en accord avec l’Église universelle, non seulement sur la doctrine de la foi et sur les signes sacramentels, mais aussi sur les usages reçus universellement de la tradition apostolique ininterrompue. On doit les observer non seulement pour éviter les erreurs, mais pour transmettre l’intégrité de la foi, car la règle de la prière de l’Église correspond à sa règle de foi1 ».
4. Le Souverain Pontife évoque en outre les Pontifes romains qui se sont particulièrement donnés à cette tâche, notamment saint Grégoire le Grand et saint Pie V. Le Pape souligne également que, parmi les livres liturgiques sacrés, le Missale Romanum a joué un rôle particulier dans l’histoire et qu’il a connu des mises à jour au cours des temps jusqu’au bienheureux Pape Jean XXIII. Puis, après la réforme liturgique qui suivit le Concile Vatican II, le Pape Paul VI approuva en 1970 pour l’Église de rite latin un nouveau Missel, qui fut ensuite traduit en différentes langues. Le Pape Jean Paul II en promulgua une troisième édition en l’an 2000.
5. Plusieurs fidèles, formés à l’esprit des formes liturgiques antérieures au Concile Vatican II, ont exprimé le vif désir de conserver la tradition ancienne. C’est pourquoi, avec l’indult spécial Quattuor abhinc annos publié en 1984 par la Sacrée Congrégation pour le Culte divin, le Pape Jean Paul II concéda sous certaines conditions la faculté de reprendre l’usage du Missel romain promulgué par le bienheureux Pape Jean XXIII. En outre, avec le Motu Proprio Ecclesia Dei de 1988, le Pape Jean Paul II exhorta les Évêques à concéder généreusement cette faculté à tous les fidèles qui le demandaient. C’est dans la même ligne que se situe le Pape Benoît XVI avec le Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum, où sont indiqués, pour l’usus antiquior du rite romain, quelques critères essentiels qu’il est opportun de rappeler ici.lire...