shared Vespers in Westminster
as an act of Communicatio in sacris
I have found the following:
(31 March 1675 – 3 May 1758)
Benedict XIV is best known to history as a student and a scholar.
258 years ago, in 1752,
Pope Benedict XIV concluded that communicatio in sacris
with schismatics and heretics
is not always contrary to the divine law:
for example in a marriage between a Catholic and a Non-Catholic.
How many critical readers
would castigate their own or their parents' mixed marriage
which was also an act of communicatio in sacris?
And of greater importance than shared Vespers at Westminster,
since marriage is the confection of one of the seven Sacraments.
It bears thinking about.
As traditional Catholics we have not always been exposed
to all the facts.