We are living through a period of unprecedented liturgical exile, explains Bishop Athanasius Schneider in this pivotal book, and the vast proliferation of modern abuses is crying out for urgent liturgical reform. The primary source of most modern abuses, he declares, is man’s narcissistic tendency to place himself, rather than God, at the center of the Mass. In what is sure to be seen as one of the most impressive and authoritative books ever written on the Catholic Mass, Bishop Schneider reestablishes what Catholics have known for centuries but large largely forgotten today: that the Mass is the highest form of Christian prayer, which enables us to express with exterior worship our interior belief. Hard cover.
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