Benedict XVI's Reform, the Liturgy between Innovation and Tradition
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By Nicola Bux
When Pope Benedict XVI normalized the celebration of the Traditional Latin Mass, voices of protest rose up from many sides. The widespread fear was that the Pope had revealed himself as the reactionary defender of tradition.
Papal defenders responded by explaining that normalizing the Latin Rite is not a “step backward,” but rather a step forward. A professor of theology and liturgy, Bux brings an astute understanding of current social and spiritual trends both inside and outside the Church.