King Canute Pope Francis called a halt to liturgical change from Vatican II for all time:
Today, Pope Francis said, “there is still work to do in this direction, in particular rediscovering the reasons for the decisions made with the liturgical reform, overcoming unfounded and superficial readings, partial receptions, and practices that disfigure it.” He said that this is not a question “of rethinking the reform by reviewing its choices, but of knowing better the underlying reasons [for it]… [and] of internalizing its inspirational principles and of observing the discipline that governs it.”
The Supreme Pontiff insisted, “After this magisterial, and after this long journey, we can assert with certainty and magisterial authority that the liturgical reform is irreversible.”
Go here to read the rest. PopeWatch is certain that future popes will regard the actions of Pope Francis as just as irreversible as Pope Francis regards the actions of his predecessors as being irreversible.