SSPX Mass on Montmartre Banned Because of Christ the King


On April 7, 2009, upon the initiative of the leader of the Green Party of the Paris City Council, the Socialist mayor of the 18th Section of Paris, and the Minister of Interior Affairs, the Paris City Council voted in favor of a request to the Chief Mayor of Paris to forbid the Traditional Latin Mass celebrated each year for twenty years on Montmartre Hill on Pentecost Monday as the final event of the Chartres-Paris Pilgrimage. This pilgrimage was organized by Archbishop Lefebvre, Founder of the Society of St. Pius X, in 1970. A decree from Bertrand Delance, the Chief Mayor of Paris, is expected soon. On the vote the Rightist Party abstained, and the Centre split. The arguments presented before the vote challenged the holding of the event because "this Christian sect preaches the return of Christ the King."

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  1. What is the source of this news? I have searched and see nothing about in from SSPX themselves nor in any secular media - only on the "traditio" website, which has a rather anti-SSPX slant to it.

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  2. I don't understand, why should broad-spectrum politicians be so opposed to Christ the King?

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  3. This is bullshit...the world is upside down...no wonder too many people are suffering and dying because they refuse Christ the King! May Chirst continue to love and protect us!

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