(Quote) Bernard-2709 said: " in 2007, when Summorum Pontificum was issued, the Archdiocese o...
(Quote) Bernard-2709 said: " in 2007, when Summorum Pontificum was issued, the Archdiocese of Buenos Aires complied with... Ecclesia Dei; however, it was a once-a-month hybrid mass, with a chaplain handpicked by the then-Archbishop, a chaplain who, among other things, imposed the readings of the 1970 lectionary (the ABC book) and other alterations - a mass that was naturally rejected by the faithful, and finally discontinued. Other isolated priests who tried to implement Summorum on their own were told to stop. And the current situation, unheard-of in most of the largest dioceses of South America, is of a diocese with not a single Traditional Latin Mass celebrated by a diocesan priest. The closest diocesan TLM in the city of Buenos Aires is available if one crosses the line out of the city proper into a neighboring diocese." rorate-caeli.blogspot.com
What part of Summorum don't you understand?
Summorum gives no blanket authority for any priest to publicly celebrate TLM. It allows any priest to PRIVATELY celebrate it. It leaves it to the authority of a local Bishop how the liturgy is PUBLICLY celebrated in their diocese.
Consequently a Bishop may prohibit the public celebration of TLM in his diocese if he wishes. He is encouraged, but not required, to expand the public celebration of TLM.