Novus Ordo

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Novus Ordo is short for novus Ordo Missae. It is a Latin term of the Roman Catholic Church which literally means the "new order of the Mass" or the "new ordinary of the Mass." It is used to refer to the Mass promulgated by Pope Paul VI in 1969, some four years after the close of the Second Vatican Council (Vatican II), to distinguish it from the Traditional Latin Mass. [1]

As one of the most visible fruits of Vatican II, Novus Ordo is emblematic of what many consider to be its fundamental departure from the true mission of the Church.

There is a substantial minority of Roman Catholic faithful and many scholars of Historical Revisionism as it applies to both World War II and The Holocaust, who argue that Vatican II was of a piece with the distortions and falsification of historical truth that have been a major feature of Post-WWII Official Narrative's of geo-politics and the increasing dominance of a Judaic world view.

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  1. Novus Ordo - About.com - Catholicism