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Change only came with Guido ...
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Change only came with Guido Marini. If Pope Benedict was unhappy with his services he could have dispensed with them immediately.
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Marini continued in his position about 2 years and half before Pope Benedict dismissed him as Master of Ceremony. It was on 2007 the same year that Pope Benedict provided his Summorum Pontificum. Does it ring a bell to you? Or you just skipped Marini's statements about the high risks of bringing back the Trident Rite or any change that would spoil Bugnini's masterpiece? Marini tried to explain Pope Benedict's wishes of reform as a matter of unity. But he failed.
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"And it is thanks in large part to Marini that the masses of John Paul II took on their characteristic form. It is a form that is less Roman and more international. Gregorian chant and polyphony have been mostly removed, and their place in the papal rites has been given frequently to music, texts, and dances taken from Latin America, Africa, and Asia.
But in addition to being international, John Paul II's liturgies were typical television fare. Marini himself theorized - in a July 19, 2003 interview with "La Civiltà Cattolica" - that "the direction of the liturgy is obliged to harmonize itself with television direction."
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So it is foreseeable that Marini will also leave the stage, and will be replaced by a pontifical master of ceremonies more in agreement with the current pope".
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Marini was responsible for organizing liturgical events presided over by the pope, whether in Rome or on the road, and hence he got either the blame or the credit, depending upon one's point of view, when something pushed the envelope -- such as the exorcism in Mexico City, or the scantily clad Pacific islanders who danced for the pope in St. Peter's Basilica during the opening of the 1998 Synod for Oceania.
Marini is regarded as perhaps the leading advocate of progressive reform in Catholic liturgy, which has long made him a bane of the church's traditional wing. He believes deeply in the hallmarks of the reform movement: active participation by the faithful, decision-making by bishops' conferences and local churches rather than centralized Roman control, and "inculturation," allowing the rites of the church to reflect the idiom and traditions of local cultures. (That was the logic by which Marini approved the exorcism in Mexico City -- that this indigenous purification rite could be infused with a Christian significance.)
My Vatican friend's disapproval notwithstanding, Marini did not go.
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Over those 20 years, Marini was more or less joined to the pope's hip whenever he appeared in public; the Italian state TV service RAI estimates that Marini's face has been seen by more people around the world than virtually any other living figure, even if the vast majority of those viewers have no idea who he is.
In October, Marini stepped down as Master of Ceremonies to become President of the Pontifical Committee for International Eucharistic Congresses.
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Guido Marini as his new Papal MC, he assigned Piero Marini to serve as President of Eucharistic Congresses.
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The change came with Guido Marini.
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The change came with Guido Marini.
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Nobody who has read this book could say that Guido Marini brought the changes.
Bishop Guido Marini holds ...
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Bishop Guido Marini holds Pope Benedict XVI's skull cap during the Ash Wednesday mass in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican, Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013. Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent, a solemn period of 40 days of prayer and self-denial leading up to Easter. Pope Benedict XVI told thousands of faithful Wednesday that he was resigning for "the good of the church", an extraordinary scene of a pope explaining himself to his flock that unfolded in his first appearance since dropping the bombshell announcement. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)
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Bishop Guido Marini holds Pope Benedict XVI's skull cap during the Ash Wednesday mass in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican, Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013. Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent, a solemn period of 40 days of prayer and self-denial leading up to Easter. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)
TRADITIO Traditional Roman Catholic Network, including the Official Catholic Directory of Traditional Latin Masses
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Guido Marini
Papal Master of Ceremonies, Guido Marini, Preaching the Novus Ordo Marini Has Called for a Reinvigoration of the Modernist Principles of Vatican II
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Guido Marini, called for a reinvigoration of the Modernistic principles of Vatican II (1962-1965) into the Novus Ordo Mess, in a "reform of the reform," but rejected the idea of throwing the invalid Protestant-Masonic-Pagan Novus Ordo service out completely.
Marini confirmed Benedict-Ratzinger's desire that the novel Modernistic principles of Vatican II "must be understood as being in continuity with the traditions of previous centuries. The Traditional Latin Mass and the Novus Ordo service are to be considered the same. "[We regard] both the present and the past liturgy of the Church as one patrimony in continuous development," Marini stated.
This principle of "continuous development" of the Sacred Liturgy, rather than a perfected Traditional Catholic Mass, is a principle of the Modernistic heresy held by Protestants and condemned by Catholic popes from Pius IX through even John XXIII. Marini condemned presbyters who "claim for themselves the right to change" the liturgy, but then hypocritically supported the Novus Ordo presbyters, led by Hannibal Bugnini, who completely changed to invalidity the Traditional Catholic Mass! [Some information for this Commentary was contributed by the Catholic News Service.]
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Master of the ceremonies, Bishop Guido Marini, not seen, passes to Pope Benedict XVI the Pastoral Staff during a Mass in St. Mary's Cathedral in Sydney, Australia, Saturday, July 19, 2008. The pontiff apologized to victims of child sex abuse by Roman Catholic clergy in Australia, describing their acts as 'evil' and a grave betrayal of trust that has brought great shame on the church. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)AP - Pope Benedict XVI used some of the strongest language yet in his apology Saturday for the sexual abuse of children by Australia's Roman Catholic clergy, but his words were just more of the same for the victims.
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Photo: Bishop Guido Marini holds Pope Benedict XVI's skull cap during the Ash Wednesday mass in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican, Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013.
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