Liturgical reform

Sacrosanctum Concilium demands that the Roman liturgy be reformed into a characteristically Latin and chant-filled liturgy that made fruitful use of vernacular, and in which the laity were no longer silent spectators. What resulted was two liturgies with glaring failures to meet the council’s demands, both of which have taught their denizens to be horrified by the demanded reform.






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