Mo' Motu

Rumors abound. Thanks to Rueful Red for the link to this one. Seems to be tied to the feast of Pius V in some way. John Allen says April 30, anniversary of Pius' consolidation of the "Tridentine" mass. Some say May 5, which would be the Lepanto Pope's (still Pius 5) feast day. That might be significant in another way. If we wish to draw conclusions from events that have yet to take place.

Update: Nevermind. April 30th is Pius V's feast day, not May 5th. I misremembered. Actually, I am so confident in my memory that I think the date must have been moved --see, even Wiki still thinks his feast day is May 5th. At any rate, no longer.