But what do you think of the document at one of the links: The Holy See's Press Office's Information Sheet about the new Motu Proprio?
What authority could an unsigned press information sheet from a press office have? Zero, no?
The reason I am asking is that the information sheet says this:
"5. In parishes, in practice, the liturgy being used will not change: instead, it will be possible for the pastor to add to the Masses celebrated in the ordinary form, a second Mass according to the extraordinary form."
Nothing like this is in the Holy Father's Motu Proprio, nor is it in his explanatory letter.
If pastors have to add a Mass, on Sundays or on weekdays, the only times available for the added Mass will be inconvenient, less desirable ones, won't they?
Watch the liberals who belittle the authority of the Holy Father's Motu Proprio start to claim that the press office's information sheet is a highly authoritative document, or to imply that what is says is actually in the Motu Proprio.