I see that Fr Zed's blog is again touching on the question of Concelebration. I feel there is a risk that traditionalists who are laudably keen not to be corrupted by by modern fads and fantasies may fall into the error of despising concelebration. I don't want to deal with it again because I did around TEN posts on it last year, between October and December 2008. I attempted to expound, from the Tridentine liturgical books, what I see as the genuine Traditionalist Western teaching on this subject.
What a shame I can't induce interested Roman Catholics to read such posts. I see people are again disseminating the absurd notion that, when the Tridentine Pontifical required newly ordained priests to recite the Offertory and Eucharistic prayers with the bishop, it was just a matter of him 'showing them how to say Mass'. This is plain untrue. As demonstrated by many authorities including Pope Benedict XIV.