The Bill of Rights and Catch-22
It's commonplace to use the phrase "catch-22" to refer to a bureaucratic snafu. But at one point in Joseph Heller's book, the meaning of the title phrase is explained in clear language: "They can do anything you can't stop them from doing."
In this case, what "they" can do is liturgical abuse.
The Vatican gives us a "Bill of Rights," with a guarantee of proper worship. The faithful have clear rights. Those rights are clearly violated-- not just in LA but all across America.
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