As I read every news and blog post about the effectivity of the new and more faithful English translation of the new Missal of Paul VI, I tried my best, even though at the back of my mind, it would be an exercise in futility, to look for documents or pronouncements pertaining to the New Missal at the CBCP website.
I was not wrong.
I did not find any.
Out of curiosity, I searched for related documents at the CBCP website.
I found a news post about the approval of the Roman Missal in English. But apart from this...nah!
I found Deus Caritas est and Sacramentum Caritatis...
But no Redemptionis Sacramentum and Summorum Pontificum.
Seems like the agenda of the CBCP is towards Philippine politics, ecological protection, etc...
Look at these links (here) and (here) and see for yourselves
Liturgical laws? Naahhh. Forget it.
The CBCP is like playing Lego's. Pick what you want as you go along, then you have done something.
Each diocese, each its own way of celebrating the Liturgy.
Until that former liturgy professor from Sant Anselmo finds a new job and out of the CBCP... And it did not help much for a publicity hugging bishop to head the commission...
God help us!