THE MAIN DIFFERENCES BETWEEN NOVUS ORDO AND TRADITIONAL LATIN MASS

For the last forty years, most Catholics are already familiar with the Novus Ordo, also known as the New Order. This version is the successor of its more traditional method of worshipping. Simply known as the Latin Mass, Tridentine Latin Mass is a method that has been practiced since July 14, 1570. Pope St. Pius V through the apostolic constitution Quo Primum, any mass celebrated in Latin is coined as “Latin Mass”.

Language

One of the most obvious difference of the Novus Ordo and Latin Mass is the language used to celebrate the mass. The latter is celebrated in Latin while Novus Ordo uses the common language of the country where the mass is held. However, the missal that Pope Paul VI released was also in Latin and assumed that the Mass would continue to be in Latin.Read more on this article. http://bit.ly/2oiWiT4

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