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December 13, 2007

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Caroline

It's sad that way back in those days of the Council and in the subsequent years of liturgical change, we ordinary folk did not have the internet. Where I live I don't believe we even had a diocesan newspaper. One caught on more or less to what was happening in the Sunday bulletin and by observation at Mass. I wonder how the net might have affected it all had it been available.

I have never understood all the arguments against the changes. I guess I was boiled like a frog and fell in with the changes comfortably as they came down the pipes. The reversion I would hate to see the most is the priest with his back to the congregation. I know many very conservative Catholics are itching for that one.

Thank you Father O'Leary for your column. I don't understand everything you write but I enjoy reading it all.

Bernard Brandt

May I take it, then, that this is your answer to a question which I have posted to an earlier entry?

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