We are advised that the "Synodal Way" is the New Way of Doing Church. It means the Church listening to The People for a Change, instead of ordering them around. The People need to feel like it's Safe to Say Exactly What They Believe.
Okay. Pursuant to Synodality, I trust the hierarchy will now listen to me, accept me for what I am, and honor my legitimate aspirations. So, here goes.
I want all churches to be beautiful and worthy places of worship, and not look like a cross between Hitler's bunker and a ski lodge. I want the clear and unambiguous teaching of the authentic Catholic faith to children, in the same sense and the same explanation as it has always been passed down. I want all the pervs and grifters cleaned out of the hierarchy. I want the human element of the Church to stop lending its prestige to social engineering projects conducted by worldly powers, and start defending the flock against tyranny. I want unrestricted and unconditional access to the approved and received rites of the Mass and the Sacraments as they existed before the upheavals of the 1960s, and I want to have it right in my own neighborhood, instead of having to make a 100-mile round trip every week to get them. Those are the things I want.
I'm sure the Hierarchy of the New Advent will get right on that.
We all remember how, 40 or 50 years ago, they sprang into action to effectuate the wishes of the Catholics who refused to attend the Novus Ordo, but flocked to Archbishop Lefebvre, to hear his Masses and have him administer the Sacrament of Confirmation to their children. We have seen them continue in the same vein now, moving to crush the traditional Mass, the traditional Sacraments and traditional religious congregations, taking timely action in an increasingly evil world against this sector of the Church where the real growth is happening.
Thank God we got rid of that mean, nasty, hide-bound, anathematizing Church of No. Thank God the Church is finally listening to me.