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Fourth Sunday of Advent Dominican Rite and Chant

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The Dominican Chant of the Advent Season is very beautiful and spiritually compelling. It is the intrinsic nature of chant which is inherently religious and contemplation provoking to be so. I aggree with the homosodomite murderer of the Liturgy, Rembert Weakland, O.B. only in this, that the loss of Gregorian Chant from the Latin Liturgy (which Weakland as Benedictine could not help but lament) had a profoundly mangling and disorientating effect on the greatest prayer of the Church on earth. It is not the loss of the Latin language for the vernacular that is most devastating. The Latin language is used in the Novus Ordo as well to no effect. It is the deletion of Gregorian Chant from the liturgy and its replacement with modern "evil A" MH 445  fast paced music that has gutted the spirituality of the prayer not producing Beta Waves in the brain.