There are some, of course, who say the same thing about head-coverings for women, that it is all pride and vanity. So following traditions and immemorial customs of the Church are prideful? Yet this same philosophy does not seem to apply to those who introduce rituals and customs which are not part of the Roman rite, such as liturgical dance, the people praying the Pater Noster with arms extended, and many other late innovations. So it is not prideful to be creative and use the liturgy to express one's own personality? But it is prideful to follow tradition? Such reasoning is hard to follow.
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