1. Cited in N. Gihr, The
Holy Sacrifice of the Mass (St. Louis, Missouri: B. Herder Book
1908), p. 337.
2. John Henry Newman, Loss and Gain, Part II, Chapter XX.
3. The full story of the active participation of Protestants in the composition of the New Mass of Pope Paul VI is provided in Appendix III of my book Pope Paul's New Mass (Angelus Press, 2918 Tracy Avenue, Kansas City, Missouri 64109), 1980. This book is referred to as PPNM in subsequent notes.
4. Monsignor Klaus Gamber, The Reform of the Roman Liturgy (Roman Catholic Books, P.O. Box 255, Harrison, New York 10528), 1993, p. 5. Referred to as RRL in subsequent notes.
5. Michael Davies, Pope John 's Council (Kansas City, Missouri: Angelus Press, 1992), pp. 198-200.
6. Dietrich von Hildebrand, The Devastated Vineyard (New York: Roman Catholic Books), p. 199.
7. PPNM, Chapter XXill. (The Critical Study is also known as The Ottaviani Intervention. TAN, 1992.)
8. PPNM, p. 493.
9. Cited in Testimonial by Msgr. W. Nyssen in RRL, p. xiii.
10. RRL, p. 109.
11. RRL, p. 43.
12. RRL, p. 100.
13. Adrian Fortescue, The Mass (London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1917), p. 205.
14. Owen Chadwick, The Reformation (London, 1972), p. 119.
15. G. G. Smith, The Teaching of the Catholic Church (London, 1956), p. 1056.
16. A Vindication of the Bull "Apostolicae Curae" (London, 1898), pp. 42-43.
17. Annibale Bugnini, The Reform of the Liturgy: 1948-1975 (Collegeville, Minnesota: The Liturgical Press, 1990), p. 221.
18. J. Gelineau, Demain la Liturgie (Paris, 1976), pp. 9-10.
19. A detailed comparison of the parallels between the two reforms is provided in Chapter XXV of PPNM.
20. PPNM, p. 329.
21. Michael Davies, Apologia Pro Marcel Lefebvre, Vol. II (Kansas City, Missouri: Angelus Press, 1983), p. 378.
22. John Heenan, A Crown of Thorns (London, 1974), p. 223.
23. Twin Circle, October 26, 1973.
24. Louis Bouyer, The Decomposition of Catholicism (London, 1970), p. 99. Referred to as DC in subsequent notes.
25. DC, p. 99.
26. RRL, p. 61.
27. DC, p. 99.
28. Homiletic and Pastoral Review, New York, February, 1979.
29. Op. cit., note 6, p. 71.
30. Op. cit., note 18, p. 10.
31. J. Ratzinger, Feast of Faith (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1986), p. 84.
32. Philip Hughes, The Reformation in Europe, Vol. II (London, 1953), p. III.
33. DC, p. I.
34. Notitiae, No. 88, December, 1973, p. 396.
35. Vicesimus Quintus Annus, December 4, 1988.
36. Figures derived from Time Magazine of May 24, 1976 and Homiletic and Pastoral Review of November, 1991.
37. RRL, p. 9.
38. The full text of Memoriale Domini, together with a detailed account of the introduction of Communion in the hand, is available in my pamphlet A Privilege of the Ordained, available from the Neumann Press, Long Prairie, Minnesota 56347.
39. Documentation on the 400 false translations in the ICEL (International Commission for English in the Liturgy) version of the Mass and the indefensibility of the translation of pro multis as "for all" is provided in Appendix V to PPNM. For pro multis, see also RRL, pp. 55-56.
40. "Hawaii: Bishop Ferrario's Decision Overturned; Society Followers Declared by Rome Neither Schismatic nor Excommunicated," The Angelus, August, 1993, pp. 22-23; "Hawaii 6: The Ratzinger Decree," The Angelus, April, 1994, pp. 36-37. (Angelus Press, 2918 Tracy Avenue, Kansas City, Missouri 64109). In his decree of June 4, 1993 Cardinal Ratzinger stated that Mrs. Patricia Morley, who was the chief petitioner for recourse, "did not, in fact, commit the crime of schism."
41. RRL, p. 114.