An age, every age, should be humble enough to perceive that its own preoccupations may not be … almost certainly, will not be … those of other, later ages. And, given this truth, it is best that liturgical formulae should not be constantly worked-over in the interests of what are (perceived as) the needs and certainties of today. It is better that imperfectly understood liturgical monuments

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