Saturday, June 6, 2015

Is this actually the Catholic Church in 2015?


Cardinal Raymond Burke sports t
 he cappa magna, an elaborate red ceremonial robe not widely used in decades, at the Church of St. Catherine of Siena in New York on June 1. (Courtesy of Stuart Chessman/Sacra Liturgia)
Cardinal Raymond Burke sports the cappa magna, an elaborate red ceremonial robe not widely used in decades, at the Church of St. Catherine of Siena in New York on June 1. (Courtesy of Stuart Chessman/Sacra Liturgia)
Cardinal Raymond Burke is known for his use of elaborate vestments and defense of traditional Catholic orthodoxy. (Courtesy of Stuart Chessman/Sacra Liturgia)
Cardinal Raymond Burke is known for his use of elaborate vestments and defense of traditional Catholic orthodoxy. (Courtesy of Stuart Chessman/Sacra Liturgia)
Participants at the Sacra Liturgia  USA conference advocate for the use of traditional vestments in the liturgy. (Courtesy of Stuart Chessman/Sacra Liturgia)
Participants at the Sacra Liturgia USA conference advocate for the use of traditional vestments in the liturgy. (Courtesy of Stuart Chessman/Sacra Liturgia)
San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone, the main celebrant at the Pontifical Mass, wore a Tridentine-era chasuble at St. Catherine Church in New York on June 3. (Courtesy of Stuart Chessman/Sacra Liturgia)
San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone, the main celebrant at the Pontifical Mass, wore a Tridentine-era chasuble at St. Catherine Church in New York on June 3. (Courtesy of Stuart Chessman/Sacra Liturgia) 

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