Video 2: The Change Agents

CHAPTER 2. Many features of the post-Vatican II liturgical reforms that traditionalists found objectionable were rooted in ideas proposed by the Liturgical Movement as early as the 1920s.

Already in the 1940s, these initiatives were being criticized as based on the modernist heresy.

The theories of two key figures in the Liturgical Movement during this era would eventually have enormous influence on the post-Vatican II reforms: Josef Jungmann (his corruption theory and pastoral liturgy) and Louis Bouyer (assembly theology and invented “real” presences that undermine transubstantiation).

“Carefully argued… well researched.” Ably demonstrates that “The Mass of Paul VI remains, in its Latin original… intentionally theologically different to what came before.” 

— Dr. Alcuin Reid
The Organic Development of the Liturgy

This entry was posted in 02 Liturgical Movement, Videos, WHH Chapter Topics. Bookmark the permalink. Both comments and trackbacks are currently closed.

  • Categories

  • Archives