ChurchMilitant.TV: Here come the Tradition Bashers!

The latest from Michael Voris and ChurchMilitant.TV about life before Vatican II.

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My View: I always have a hard time when people argue that the Traditional Latin Mass is from a backwards time and we need to leave it in the past. It has been nothing but a blessing for me and my family, but in particular my own growth as a Catholic.

  • Ed Hahnenberg

    Count me in with Bishop Taylor's analysis of the blessings of Vatican II. Again, Voris sounds anti-Vatican II. Not only was I the first head reader at Baltimore St. Mary's Seminary and University to introduce the English reading of the Martyrology at noon meals, but I remember the absurdity of attending Mass in Latin while having to use an English translation to understand it. As a 7th grade altar boy, I remember bowing down to the floor to say the Confiteor in Latin, and responding in a language I didn't understand. It was all craziness then as it is to see it being done today. The only difference today is that I can read and write Latin and its practical functionality for me is understanding English much better. As to reverting to the Mass in Latin, that truly should be left in the past.