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Certainly, the Second Vatican Council wished to promote greater active participation [and] fine initiatives were taken along these lines. However we cannot close our eyes to the disaster, the devastation and the schism that the modern promoters of a living liturgy caused by remodeling the Church’s liturgy according to their ideas. They forgot that the liturgical act is not just a PRAYER, but also and above all a MYSTERY in which something is accomplished for us that we cannot fully understand but that we must accept and receive in faith, love, obedience and adoring silence.
— Pope Francis' Chief Liturgist (31 March 2017)

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1905 Plainchant and Solesmes (Cagin & Mocquereau)
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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• Plainchant and solesmes • Paul Cagin; André Mocquereau • English Book : : 70 pages • 1905 London : Burns and Oates • (this may have actually been printed in 1909 – see notes in Desrocquettes’ Treatise) •