Fifty years after they were first written, the Constitutions of the Second Vatican Council continue to have a profound meaning for the Church, showing how her timeless teaching can be lived and applied in the modern world.
Sacrosanctum Concilium has been the cause of more controversy than perhaps any other document of the Council, since a radical reform of the liturgy followed its promulgation. Critics allege that many liturgical innovations introduced in the Council’s name were neither sanctioned nor intended by the Constitution. Here is an opportunity to discover the truth for yourself.
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