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Peter Nixon has written an interesting article on the changes in the Liturgy and highlights the experience at St. Edward. The article can be found here.

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Thanks for the informative link. But, I do believe that reforming mass traditions without education and valid explanation to what a church is up to will not be well received at all. Even with the understanding I do have, I fear this reform will lead to an even greater diversity of Mass forms and practices, moving us farther away from the ideal of one Catholic church. I’m not against to some changes, but it must be thoroughly reviewed by church and parishes before implementing it. It might not need payday loans to do some diversity but it will really create chaos between old-church traditions and practices.


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