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Children at the NO: Is it confusing for them?
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(11-13-2012, 07:04 PM)Scriptorium Wrote: This presupposes that the Novus Ordo liturgy is the common one: ad populum, popular styled music, slovenly and immodest dress, chatter, lack of reverence, eucharistic ministers, etc. etc. See Mith wants to try to make a case for the nature of the NO, but his question will only prove what people have experienced in this time of crisis.

How about you sit little Timmy down to see a papal Mass, or Bishop Slattery's ad orientem Mass, then show him the average trad Mass. See what he says then. Everyone already agrees that the NO as celebrated in most parishes today is quite deficient.

Note I grew up with the NO. I never knew there was a "traditional Mass" until I was in my twenties.
But which one is the real NO Mass. The  deficient version is most wide spread and allowed ,as far as we know, by the bishops .
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Re: Children at the NO: Is it confusing for them? - by Justin - 11-13-2012, 07:51 PM



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