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No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! You've successfully reported this review. However, it is just as sad that the same norms are often violated in our own parishes without notice. What do you have to say about this? Thank you for bringing this up. I have answered this many times before as it is the reference people like the Dianas, either out of ignorance or a will to deceive, like to shove in our faces. After Vatican II there was an explosion of what the church calls "ecclesial communities", often founded by lay persons, and often very experimental.
The Pontifical Council for the Laity lists over of these kinds of groups which it oversees. The Neocatechumenal Way is just one of them. In the post Vatican II confusion, there were many liturgical experiments, and often in regular parishes, not just these fringe communities. In fact, liturgical experiments persist despite recent efforts by Rome to bring them under control with the updating of the GIRM, the promulgation of Redemptionis Sacramentum, and several other documents which both prescribe and proscribe what can and cannot be done in the celebration of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.
In the wake of Vatican II and in its so-called "spirit", the Church, and even the pope as we can see, permitted and even joined in many of these liberalities. However, their participation was not done to authenticate these things, but, as good popes do, to experience them in order to sift them, to find what is good, and to allow themselves to be informed by the Spirit in order to bring these many groups and their practices into the bosom of the Church. After several years of studying and participating in the celebrations of the NCW, and after many meetings with its founders, John Paul II, in , ordered a period of "ad experimentum" for the Neocatechumenal Way.
This was probably occasioned by the both the growth of the NCW and with that growth a growing number of complaints from pastors and bishops as well.follow url
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The "ad experimentum" period was imposed on the NCW in order to study it more closely and to bring it inline with the Church in order to preserve the oneness of the Church while yet admitting particular charisms. This is nothing new. The Franciscans were just a bunch of raggedy radical medieval followers of Jesus Christ until their group grew large enough for Rome to notice and "regularize" them.
This regularization process was what Rome was in the midst of doing during the "ad experimentum" period , when in , Rome ordered the leaders of the NCW to conform its communion rite to the liturgical books.