Is the New Mass of Pope Paul VI Invalid?
An indepth examination, critique, and refutation of arguments put forth by radical Catholic traditionalists who doubt or deny the validity of the New Rite of Mass promulgated by Pope Paul VI. Many Catholics have become confused as a result of such arguments. Miller addresses the matters concerning sufficiency vs. efficacy, and the new consecration form with the words "for all" in place of the traditional "for many." Using both logic and authoritative Church documents, Miller brings clarity back to the forefront of this often confusing and divisive issue.
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All vs Many
Principle of Logical Necessity
Papal Authority Quo Primum and other documents
Specific Refutations of Points Found in The Robber
Variations in the Sacramental Form for
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