One of his more unusual contributions is to call attention to similarities between the Tridentine Mass and the worship of non-Catholics. Where most critics of the reform point to its removal of some …More
One of his more unusual contributions is to call attention to similarities between the Tridentine Mass and the worship of non-Catholics. Where most critics of the reform point to its removal of some texts incompatible with Protestant belief, Mosebach stresses its elimination of important features of the Tridentine Mass (such as the cycle of readings) which have always been preserved in the liturgies of some of the “higher” forms of Protestantism. Another point he emphasizes is the way in which not only that the general ethos of the acts of external reverence that pervade the Tridentine Mass are universal to human cultures but that the use of many similar and at times even identical gestures are widespread outside of the western and Christian worlds.
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Subversive Catholicism is an eloquent work of reasonable traditionalism – Catholic World Report

Martin Mosebach, seen here in a 2014 photo, is a German novelist, poet, lyricist, and critic whose recent book "Subversive Catholicism" is published …