At the end of its paragraph about priests celebrating private Masses according to the 1962 Missal, the Pittsburgh Diocese says, "It is important to note that the celebration of the Roman Missal of Pope Blessed John XXIII is not permitted at regularly scheduled weekday or Sunday [sic]."
"Regularly scheduled weekday or Sunday [Masses]" are not private Masses, so what is the Diocese of Pittsburgh talking about?
"Not permitted at regularly scheduled weekday or Sunday [sic]" is not in Summorum Pontificum -- or it is in it about as much as aborting babies is in the U.S. Constitution.
What is Summorum Pontificum about if not permitting the 1962 rite at "regularly scheduled weekday or Sunday" when the faithful have requested it?
Are the liberals going to interpret Article 5.2's permission from the Holy Father as meaning pastors will permit only occasional Latin Masses, not permanently scheduled ones?