“The proper term for rooting of the Catholic faith and practice in a particular culture is inculturation. Clearly, it is a delicate process because there may be elements of the local culture which need purification and transformation before they can serve the Eucharistic mystery.”
“Inculturation must always be secondary to respect for the mystery of the Holy Eucharist, lest the greatest treasure of our faith be obscured or, even worse, disrespected. Any experimentation in inculturation must be reviewed by Church authority with the involvement of the Holy See “because the Sacred Liturgy expresses and celebrate the one faith professed by all and, being the heritage of the whole Church, cannot be determined by local Churches in isolation form the universal Church.” [emphasis mine]
from the book Divine Love Made Flesh by Raymond Cardinal Burke
The Misa ng Sambayanang Pilipino of the late Benedictine monk Dom Anscar Chupungco sat in limbo in the Vatican. It did not get the approval of Rome.
That type of Mass is full of Filipino inculturation that it would be more Filipino than actually Roman, a completely different Mass!
The statement of Cardinal Burke
This is the Misa ng Sambayanang Pilipino. No wonder it is not approved.
Or use Petromax instead of candles for torches since it is uniquely Filipino.
And hey, look! Pinoy vestal virgins offering incense!
But on second thought...
Why are they doing it without approval?
If you do something not legal, what do you all that act?
I have never seen that priest-blogger comment anything against Liturgical Abuse.
He is a liturgical abuser himself!