The 1960s came as a nasty shock to Anglo-Catholicism. They were expecting reform from Rome, but not the sort of radical rupture which was to occur. Thus, writing in 1962, a Fr Bertram Jones, Vicar of Wrawby (New Rites … Right or Wrong?) acknowledged that “the desirability of revising the Roman Mass … is evident, though haste should be, and probably will be, avoided. Eventually, it is almost

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