Tag: Ordinary Form
The strongest force driving skepticism of liturgical reform is the “lack of reverence” some experience at the Ordinary Form.
I thought it’d be interesting once to do the math. So I made a little chart with the 1962 Scripture readings (including the propers) on the left and the reformed lectionary readings (presuming no propers) on the right for the coming Sunday, July 7.
Father Anthony, Gordon Truitt, and I were asked to write about the missal of Pope Benedict XVI for the GIA Quarterly. My contribution is intended to be a contribution to the conversation about the relationship between the ordinary and the extraordinary forms of the liturgy, particularly the Mass.