This book presents a philosophic discussion of the relationship between the celebration of the Mass and modernity. The first aim of this book is to examine the origins and present day influence of modernity, and then to argue that there is nothing in the Christian's concern for the modern world that requires accepting this mind-set in connection with the highest form of worship, the Mass. The second aim of the book is to show that the sources of a genuine liturgical renewal are to be found in a heightened sense of the centrality of the Mass and a return to a theology compatible with the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
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