Five Concise Reasons Not To Attend the New Mass

Archbishop Lefebvre speaking on the New Mass, “"It does not oblige for the fulfillment of the Sunday duty."


Five Concise Reasons Not To Attend the New Mass
By: Eric Gajewski


Can a Catholic attend the “New Mass” based upon the argument that “it is valid’? Can Catholics attend churches where heresy is taught? What would be some reasons to avoid, altogether, not only, the New Mass but churches teaching the Vatican II New Religion?

These questions and others shall be examined and answered in the following article.

“And we have the precise conviction that this new rite of Mass expresses a new faith, a faith which is not ours, a faith which is not the Catholic Faith. This New Mass is a symbol, is an expression, is an image of a new faith, of a Modernist faith. ….Now it is evident that the new rite, if I may say so, supposes another conception of the Catholic religion-another religion.” Archbishop Lefebvre, summed up, the crisis, in the Church (specifically the Liturgy), quite well, some decades ago. Yet more and more “traditionalist’s” do not see clearly in our times. They are falling into the trap the New Mass is valid therefore I can go. They do not consider that the New Mass is illicit and the New Rites are schismatic. They do not consider that the Vatican II buildings do not house the Catholic Faith but a “counterfeit” version thereof.

Let me discuss further.

Reason #1. Those saying the New Mass teach heresy. Who says the New Mass? Those who say the New Mass are material heretics in the very least. Some of these priests may very well be formal heretics. It is up to you to first know your Faith and then speak to each priest beforehand to see where they stand on doctrine.

On the basis that these poor priests are not keeping the Faith we must do as the Church teaches us and avoid those buildings altogether.

There need not be any formal sentence beforehand on these priests from the Church as the Arian Crisis proves. Modernist’s are not going to condemn other modernist’s. Vatican II has shoved down the throats of men and entirely new man centered religion which Pope St. Pius X warned us of long before this illicit/invalid “council”. The heretics (FreeMason Bugnini being one of them) behind the New Mass needed to water down the Faith and Liturgy so that the Protestants could feel more invited to the Conciliar “table”. In addition, this New Mess now has a presidor over it, who, faces the “audience” and merely “celebrates” rather than “offers” a Sacrifice unto God.

The priests of Vatican II (Novus Ordo) are not being faithful (objectively speaking), therefore, why would you displease Jesus by communing with them?

Reason #2.
The New Rites are illicit and schismatic materially. As Father Hesse points out in the video below the new rites are evil and Paul 6th had no authority to change them.

Says who?

Says the dogmatic council of Trent (canon 7, session 13). By doing so, Paul the 6th put himself outside the Church and those embracing the same do so as well. What is now being taught as “Catholic” is not at all Catholic. As Father Hesse points out in the second video Vatican II is an unacceptable “council” for Catholics to accept and you cannot satisfy your Sunday obligation in those churches teaching heresy. You can also see the related section down below for Archbishop Lefebvre’s further analysis. The New Mass is a bastardized, protestant “rite”.

Reason #3 Cannot approach “doubtful” Sacraments (in general). Although sedevacantist’s and “hardline traditionalist’s” disagree that the New Mass is altogether invalid (in general) we still arrive at the same conclusion (no matter how you analyze it) that you must avoid it. We agree that you cannot approach “doubtful” Sacraments in the very least.

It is a basic principle in Sacramental Theology that if a Sacrament has a certain level of doubt, even if it has other things in favor of its validity, that it is a mortal sin to attempt to receive or dispense it. You can look this book up online to read further on the matter (Nicholas Halligan, OP, The Administration of the Sacraments)

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