The Struggle of Traditionalist Catholics in 1970s Northern England

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North West Catholic History 50 (1):45-65 (2023)
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Abstract

In the 1960s, the Catholic Church made changes to its liturgy and ecumenical outlook during the Second Vatican Council. These changes sparked a small counter-revolution called the Traditionalists led by rebel Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre to keep the Latin Mass. My grandparents Derrick and Irene Taylor opened their home to the movement during the 1970s, offering their time, money and land for SSPX masses. They received backlash from modernist Catholics and Church leaders but held to their belief that the Traditionalists were to save the Church. My research has sought to uncover why my grandparents involved themselves in the movement.

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Cometan (Brandon Reece Taylorian)
University of Central Lancashire

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