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Tuesday, August 21, 2007

"Buan-04/23/63"_The "Creator" of The Novus Ordo Mass

"Buan" is Archbishop Annibale Bugnini, the guy in charge of the "Wreckovation" called the New Order of The Mass, or "Novus Ordo":

He conducted this writing with the help of 6 Protestant Ministers(Lutherans & Anglicans, whose belief in the Corporeal Real Presence of Christ In The Eucharist, is defined as "With The Bread & Wine until the End Of The Liturgy" or "Consubstantiation"), to create a Mass, which would make Protestants comfortable;

After reading the Mass, I looked at the Broad Church Anglican Service & the High Church Lutheran Service & realized that the Novus Ordo Mass, is heavily-Protestant in structure. In fact, it's very hard to tell the difference among the 3 Services;

& looking at some hymns, sung in Lutheran Churches, many are sung in Catholic Churches & many are banal dreck;

Marty Haugen, a Lutheran, wrote a lot of these hymns for CATHOLIC usage. They're sung in Lutheran & Episcopal Churches, in North America, in addition to Catholic Parishes;

But, here's the big kicker about "Buan";

A search of the membership lists of Italian Freemasonry, showed Annibale Bugnini, was code-named "Buan" & became a Mason, on April 23rd, 1963, during Vatican II, which at that time, incurred "Ipso Facto" Excommunication. Masonry was proscribed by the Catholic Church, in 1738. I'm wondering if the 6 Ministers were also members of "The Craft";

Just Think-OUR Mass was changed by an Apostate Priest & 6 Other Clergy, to create this Mass, today;

It makes me want to PUKE;



Blogger Vox Cantor said...

After Pope Paul VI was shown irrefutable proof of Hanibal's membership in the Masonic Order he was made Papal Nuncio...

to IRAN!!!

True story.

3:24 PM  
Blogger Michael Leggett said...

Who knows if Paulus VI wasn't being blackmailed for something else. According to Wikipaedia, there was even mention that Bugnini might have commited Suicide.

5:10 PM  
Blogger paramedicgirl said...

Once, a priest emailed me a pic of Bugnini's grave with his memorial plaque. He titled it, My favourite grave. Needless to say, he doesn't think much of Bugnini.

3:24 PM  
Blogger Michael Leggett said...

That Priest must have some sense of Humour:

I've never heard of a "Favourite Grave", ANYWHERE.

6:43 PM  
Blogger Michael Leggett said...

The 1965 Missae Romanum, met the requirements for Reform. The 1970 Missae was a Radical Departure from Organic Development.

9:42 PM  
Blogger Michael Leggett said...

It was also a RADICAL Departure from our Catholic Heritage.

9:45 PM  

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