"Types and Shadows"
of the Liturgical Revolution,

Twelve Years Prior to the Novus Ordo


Even years before the Revolution was officially underway, the modernists and innovators messed around with the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. See the evidence here:

Click Here for a Photo of a Mass
facing the People, in 1958


This picture is from Holy Name Cathedral, Chicago, IL, 1958: illicit Solemn Requiem Mass facing the people on a Novus Ordo table. The celebrant may possibly be a bishop. Responding to such pre-Conciliar Novus Ordo tactics, Pope Pius XII wrote in his 1947 encyclical on the Sacred Liturgy, Mediator Dei: "[O]ne would be straying from the straight path were he to wish the altar restored to its primitive table form ...[f]or perverse designs and ventures of this sort tend to paralyze and weaken that process of sanctification by which the sacred liturgy directs the sons of adoption to their Heavenly Father of their souls' salvation" (nn. 62, 64).

Now, fast-forward 42 Years:


Click Here for a Photo of the Same Cathedral,
42 Years Later, in 2000


Holy Name Cathedral, Chicago, IL, 2000: the fruit of this perverted movement in its ripened state of completion. Apparently, they finally decided to totally 'wreckovate' this beautiful cathedral after their evil practices were secured by the Council. Is this seemingly pantheistic kaleidoscope of potted plants a Catholic sanctuary of the Most High God, or a nefarious cuckoo bird sanctuary of the Novus Ordo Religion?

 

 

 

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