“After this magisterial, and after this long journey, we can assert with certainty and magisterial authority that the liturgical reform is irreversible.”
OK, let me see if I can understand this correctly. "We" can assert with certainty and "magisterial authority" that the "liturgical reform is irreversible"? Is Francis using the royal "we" to be "magisterial"? Or perhaps he is indicating the whole people of God are speaking magisterially? Is this new doctrine, or is he employing the logical fallacy of argumentum ad populum-- of appealling to large numbers?
And magisterial? Please. Consider this passage from an actually promulgated Papal Bull, Quo Primum, which mandated the use of the so-called Tridentine Mass as the normative Roman Rite (my own emphases in bold):