Liturgical Time Bombs in Vatican II: The Destruction of by Michael Davies

By Michael Davies

Michael Davies exhibits how Fr. Annibale Bugnini--before his dismissal through Pope Paul VI lower than suspicion of being a Freemason--was capable of "reform" the Catholic Mass into the consistently evolving liturgy. Quoting Bishops and Cardinals in addition to liberal "experts" and Protestant observers, he exposes the "time bombs" which have been equipped into the second one Vatican Council's rfile at the liturgy by means of a couple of revolutionaries that allows you to be exploited later--and that have been detonating ever for the reason that. "I am confident that the hindrance within the Church that we're experiencing is to a wide volume as a result of the disintegration of the liturgy."--Cardinal Ratzinger (now Pope Benedict XVI), 1998.

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