The Great Sacrilege

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Every priest and lay person should read “The Great Sacrilege” to learn how their Catholic Faith has been stolen from them since the modernist anti-Catholic forces took away the true Catholic Mass. With every passing day more confusion rains down on souls as they struggle to make heads or tails of all the changes that have made the conciliar church, formed at Vatican II, totally unrecognizable to Catholicism.


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The Great Sacrilege written by Father James F. Wathen (1932-2006), O.S.J. (Sovereign Order of St. John of Jerusalem). Fr Wathen was a well known Catholic writer and historian.

In 1971, amidst the chaos and confusion wrought by the Second Vatican Council and the advent of the Novus Ordo Missae, faithful Catholics craved clarity and direction. TAN Books published this strong critique of the New Mass shortly after the famous Intervention of Cardinals Ottaviani & Bacci was issued.

Father’s love of the true, the good, the beautiful, and the holy was evident on every page, and his indignation at the destruction of 1900 years of Catholic liturgical tradition is clear as he minced no words in his criticism of his fellow clergy or in his analysis of what was at the heart of the New Mass. Father’s insights into the crisis in the Church and the attack upon the ancient liturgy and the dogmas of the Church are just as relevant today as they were in 1971.

When TAN Books was sold several years ago, this book disappeared from its catalog and it was recently re-issued by the Father James Wathen Foundation in a new and easy to read format.

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Weight 335 g
Dimensions 23.5 × 16 × 6 cm

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