There is room for traditional and liberal Catholics, but worship is not a place for politics. What I am advocating isn't political, it is simply a return to what Vatican Council II envisioned. Show me where any of the things that I have mentioned previously in this blog were explicitly stated to be removed or replaced in the Mass, using the documents of Vatican Council II. You won't be able to do it, because they are not there. Everything I have advocated is fully supported by Vatican Council II and everything I have put forth in this post is 100% apolitical. There isn't one thing political about it, unless the liberals who don't like it make it so. Because I can guarantee you there isn't a traditional Catholic who has one iota of trouble accepting what the Church wants liturgically.
So, liberals be liberal, but don't project liberalism onto the Mass or any other
liturgical or Sacramental action. My call for a return to what the Mass
should be isn't political, it is anti-political. I am literally trying
to take the liberal agenda away from the Mass and restore the patrimony
to what it has been intended to be. Liberals bemoan this and say it is
political, because that is how liberals operate. Traditionalists
usually don't, they are mostly apolitical or anti-political, trying to
eliminate the politics of the modern world from those things which are
Catholic and have no political meaning or need.