Kenneth L. Woodward, Longtime Catholic Journalist for Newsweek, Reflecting on the Changes Brought by Vatican II (First Things, “Reflections on the Revolution in Rome,” Feb 2013, p. 30)

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In place of my much-loved Latin hymns and chants, the new liturgists bade us sing old Reformation anthems like “A Mighty Fortress Is Our God.” I could not bring myself to join in when the chosen hymn was “Amazing Grace”—in fact, I still refuse to do so. It’s a lovely piece, all about getting one’s self individually saved, Evangelical-style, but theologically it has no place in the corporate worship of the Catholic Church.

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