Our Mass, Our Life: Some Irish Traditions and Prayers

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Posted on October 3, 2011, in CATHOLIC PAMPHLETS. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Go raibh maith agat a chara!
    Le gach dea ghuí,
    Naomh

  2. This is a disturbing pamphlet written by a Jesuit who is clearly in favour of audible participation of the faithful during the Holy Mass. On p. 24 (and also p. 26) he mentions with approval the reciting aloud of prayers during the Consecration. It was strictly forbidden even for the priest to say any prayers in an audible voice throughout the Canon of the Mass, for this was a moment of the liturgy when a “sacred stillness” should reign.

    I get the impression that the author of the pamphlet was trying to make a case for the introduction of the vernacular Mass as a means of “active participation” proposed by Vatican II. The pamphlet is thus a subversive attempt to overurn Catholic Tradition.

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