Days of Storm and Ruin is a non-fiction account of the destruction wraught by the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965) on the Mass and the traditional Catholic way of life. It is written from the perspective of a simple layman. For too long this topic has been the near exclusive property of "experts" (clergy and scholars) who have often times been dismissive of the perspective from the pews. The author skillfully weaves thorough research and personal experience to illuminate this little studied period of church history, a period which Pope Benedict XVI described as "often hard to bear."
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