In 1971, amidst the chaos and confusion wrought by the Second Vatican Council and the advent of the Novus Ordo Missae, well-meaning Catholics craved clarity and direction. A voice of clarity was found in the late Father James Wathen and his book The Great Sacrilege. Father’s love of the true, the good, the beautiful, and the holy shone forth from every page, and 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.
In recent years, this great Catholic treatise of monumental significance has become nearly impossible to find, so the Fr. James F. Wathen Foundation is please to announce The Great Sacrilege is finally back in print, with an easier-to-read font and layout. Father’s insights into the crisis in the Church and the evil which is at the heart of the New Mass are just as relevant today as they were in 1971. Order today and rediscover the wit and wisdom of Fr. Wathen.
Paperback – 245 pages