Dijon archdiocese ends cooperation with Latin Mass group 

The archdiocese of Dijon in France has decided to close a ministry of the traditionalist Priestly Fraternity of St Peter (FSSP) there because its priests only say the Latin Mass and refuse to concelebrate in the ordinary form with the diocesan clergy.  The FSSP has won support from more than 4,000  signatories to a petition for it to stay at the basilica at the birthplace outside Dijon of St. Bernard, founder of the Cistercian order. It calls the decision “unjust” and traditionalist websites speak of an “expulsion” of the FSSP.

Dijon archdiocese ends cooperation with Latin Mass group 

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