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We received word today of the death of

Patrick Henry Omlor

Mr. Omlor was one of the first Catholics to sound the alarm about the post-Vatican II liturgical changes.

His March 1968 work Questioning the Validity of Masses Using the New, All-English Canon alerted countless Catholics in the English-speaking world to the dangers of the liturgical changes, even before the appearance of the Novus Ordo Missae the following year, and rightly became a "traditionalist classic."

His campaigned tirelessly against the counterfeit translation of "pro multis" as "for all," prompting a controversy that Bugnini himself finally had to deal with.

But forty years later, the modernist fraud was implicitly acknowledged when the Vatican itself decreed that "pro multis" must henceforth be translated as "for many." And thus was Patrick Henry Omlor vindicated at last.

May he rest in peace!
With prayers for the happy repose of his soul and the consolation of his family...

A very nice man – a gentleman and devout Catholic.
IIRC, Mr. Omlor was just a devout family man who had his suspicions and put them into print. I don't think he had any theological training. It's a wonderful book. RIP Pray

He was most influential in helping me and my family to understand the terrible situation in the Church.

I also met him in person - he briefly visited my family -  and I was struck by his great kindness. 

I just told my mother this news, and she was very sad to hear it.

May he rest in peace. 
A Catholic to the core if only our bishops loved the faith as he did!
He was a great man indeed.  He was taught by the Christian Brothers and retained much of what he learned.  His family is very devout and we should remember them in our prayers as well.  QTV is indeed a classic and clearly makes its case in a thorough manner.
  A most appropriate day for him to enter eternal life.  St Athanasius, pray for him.    May he RIP.

May his soul and the souls of all the faithful departed rest in peace. Amen
Pray Pray Pray
May he have had final repentance.  Pray Pray Pray
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