http://www.newliturgicalmovement.org/2015/08/what-do-people-in-pews-deserve-on-right.html#.VdKuhCgnFsQHere is a taste:
The traditional sacred music of the Church is part, and not a small part, of that patrimony and heritage that simply ARE Catholic and MAKE US more thoroughly Catholic when we embrace them for the God-given gifts they are. Redemptionis Sacramentum lays it out quite clearly: Catholics have a right to the sacred music of the Church as defined by the Magisterium of the Church, and pastors have a duty to provide it for our spiritual benefit. Not to provide it would constitute a kind of liturgical abuse; not to seek it would amount to a form of acedia or spiritual laziness. To love it would be the humility of the disciple; to be offended by it, the pride of autonomy, a non serviam. To sing it with gratitude would be one way of proclaiming the Good News to a world enveloped in warped or bad news.—Dr. Peter Kwasniewski, NLM.Checketh thee out said vehicle of veritas et virtus at Novus Motus Liturgicus!
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