Leo Darroch, FIUV Executive President took the third report to Rome last November. According to Leo, who took the third report, 262 pages long and weighing nearly one kilo, and presented it to Mgr Guido Pozzo, Secretary of the Pontifical Commission 'Ecclesia Dei', the reports are seen as 'very important documents as they provide information from the laity, both positive and negative, on how the Motu Proprio is being implemented'. You can read it here.
He concludes his piece for the editorial by saying...
'Since the promulgation of Summorum Pontificum the atmosphere for the Federation in Rome has been very welcoming. We have been told that these reports from our members have proved very important in providing a voice from the laity and provide Rome with information that it would not receive through the usual channels of communication'.
Hmm...I wonder what the 'usual channels of communication' are?! I wonder why the 'usual channels of communication' are not so forthcoming with information on the implementation of Summorum Pontificum?