I have some mixed feelings about this second part, to which I will perhaps give voice in the future. Keep in mind that I’ve been writing and commenting on these matters for a very long time.
One thing that is striking in the new film, which is a “must view”, is the moment when the changes to the Mass in the Novus Ordo are shown graphicly, without comment.
While Summorum, in saying there were two forms of the one Roman Rite, was a deft juridical solution to a problem, no one with the slightest clue really thought that theologically, historically, structurally, the Novus Ordo and the Vetus Ordo were the same Roman Rite.
This brief video excerpt underscores the point.
Have a look at this excerpt. Make sure everyone you know sees it.
“A revision of almost everything”
In the 60s, an advisory body in the Church sought to implement reforms in accord with Vatican II
What happened? An unprecedented rewriting of the church’s rites, rituals, blessings & liturgies.
Take a look at just how much changed in the Mass pic.twitter.com/dPGXAf2uFW
— Mass of the Ages: The Latin Mass TRILOGY (@liturgyfilm) May 29, 2022
Here is a link to the full video on YouTube. I have it set to the moment featured in the tweet. You can easily go back to the beginning. However, if you want to show people, quickly, what was done to the Mass, start here. It will open some shocked eyes.