“Ordinary Time” Is So Generic

23 May

This description in the Ordinary Form of the Roman/Latin Rite of The Catholic Church, also a Time between Liturgical Seasons, is so Generic. The Lutherans and Anglicans still use old time Catholic Terms such as the Time After Pentecost & Easter and Epiphany.
Because Archbishop Annibale Bugnini wanted to sound less Roman/Latin Rite Catholic, these Generic Terms have become the De Facto Norm for  Life in the Roman/Latin Rite.

I am TIRED of it. It’s Time to start being Catholic in The Roman Sense.

Later, I plan to be at Holy Innocents for the Tridentine Latin Mass at 1pm, which begins The Octave of Pentecost on the Tridentine Calendar. Eastertide then concludes next Saturday. Next Sunday is Trinity Sunday and the Time After Pentecost. The Roman/Latin Rite is known for Her Seasons.

Ordinary Time it is NOT.

Deo Gratias!



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