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The Society of St. Pius I

Oh, this is too funny. Someone thought to give the "rad trads" who shower scorn and contempt upon the new Roman Rite a little run for their money.

This satire notes that its really the Vulgate mass of Pope Gregory I that was the real novelty and break from "tradition."

Actually, this is a good page for some perspective on liturgical change and development.

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The irony of the thing is is that the creators of the SSPI page are themselves traditionalists and hardcore fans of the Latin mass.

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