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by Denis Crouan
Author: Denis Crouan
Publisher: Ignatius Press (September 1, 2001)
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collapsing or resurgent? by Denis Crouan. Published 2001 by Ignatius Press in San Francisco. Catholic Church, Liturgy. Includes bibliographical references. Liturgy after Vatican 2, Liturgy after Vatican Two.
The Liturgy After Vatican II: Collapsing Or Resurgent?. A Return to the Latin Mass Clashes with congregants may erupt as a growing number of young priests push for a revival of pre-Vatican II customs". US News & World Report. p. 29. ISBN 978-0-89870-841-7. Retrieved 2009-02-26. a b c Horgan, Dennis (15 July 1985). Latin mass in Niagara seen as sweet vindication". US News & World Report
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The responses Crouan has received to all of his writing and speaking on this topic from Catholics of every stripe show the weariness and confusion of many of the faithful regarding the Sacred Liturgy. Dr. Ruckriegel is a founding member of the International Federation Una Voce and he decided to stand down from the Council after many years of unbroken service. President d'Honneur: Professor Count Neri Capponi. ^ a b Waquet, Francois (2001). President d'Honneur: M. Jacques Dhaussy.
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Since the Second Vatican Council, the liturgy has become the source of. .
Since the Second Vatican Council, the liturgy has become the source of conflicting opinions. This situation has given rise to disputes that continue to divide those who practice their faith. This book offers answers to the questions asked by Catholics who want to understand their liturgy better, so as to put an end to deviant practices that threaten Church unity.
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Crouan says that the great majority of Catholics need and want, not celebrations that are "pastorally correct", but a Eucharistic liturgy that offers all the guarantees of Catholicity and leads them to an authentic contemplation of the mysteries being celebrated. He expresses the urgency needed to examine what is going on in parish churches, and to clarify matters by acknowledging the liturgical errors in order to establish a greater fidelity to the real teaching of Vatican II and the Roman Missal.