Novus Ordo 44 years later…

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The cumulative effect of 44 years of the Novus Ordo Missae (NO), or as some say, “nervous ordo” has left the Catholic Church in the Latin Rite no greater in faith in spirit, no increases of piety and good works, many fallen from the faith, a decimation of ay statistic of true measure or import to the state of the earthly portion of the Mystical Body of Christ, a phrase the conciliar church refuses to use, so greatly detached from 2000 years of tradition we are now  for a variety of novelties from the absurdities of things such as “clown” masses and dancing veils in the sanctuary of the Holy of Holies.

Interesting comments about the English translation of the Mass: that some of the English translation is in bad English (thank you ICEL) and was deliberately done so. Remember that the liberal idea to have Masses in the vernacular, modern languages was hatched by the so-called “expert” periti and liberal clerics at the Second Vatican Council on or around November 22, 1963, the day Kennedy was assassinated and the day CS Lewis died.

Some readings from the prescient founder and humble leader of the SSPX, His Grace Marcel Lefebvre and theologian and historian Michael Davies:

The New Mass weakens notion of sacrifice   Taken from The Mass of All Time, a collection of the words of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre concerning the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, some extracts about the defects of the Novus Ordo Missae

Pope Paul’s New Mass: some extracts Protestant convert +Michael Davies’ work is one of the most detailed and comprehensive books on the Novus Ordo Missae, or New Mass, in any language…

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