Some facts on the New Mass of 1969 from Traditional Catholics in India:

Paul VI found the traditional Mass too Catholic and directed that it had to replicate the Calvinist Communion Service as revealed by his confidant, Jean Guitton;
The New Mass closely replicates the 1959 Communion Service of the Protestant “Church of South India;”
The New Mass never had an Offertory.  Preparation of the Gifts is one of the 18 blessings taken from the Talmud, reference, REAL STORY OF THE OFFERTORY’S REPLACEMENT


In South Mumbai there is the Blessed Sacrament Chapel run by the Blessed Sacrament Fathers. Its website, under “Ministry,” shows that in the New Mass there is neither an offertory nor a consecration, reference: shows:
TOP TEN EUCHARISTIC ACTIONS Koinonia consciousness (Gathering)
1.       Revealing the merciful love of the Father (Penitential Rite)
2.       Studying Pauline letters (Liturgy of the Word)
3.       Eco-care and Eco-friendly ( Presentation of the Gifts)
4.       Self giving love – Agape attitude (Institution Narrative)
5.       Affirming Christ’s presence in people (Epiclesis over the people)
6.       Solidarity with vulnerable people (Our Father)
7.       Working for peace and reconciliation (Peace Rite)
8.       Sharing food with the hungry (Breaking of the Bread)
9.       Working for Eucharistic vocation (Dismissal Rite)

“Gathering” is the “theology of assembly.” Number 4 projects only an “Institution Narrative” and no Consecration at all.

The New Mass embraces the Theology of Assembly and not the Theology of Sacrifice (nonetheless SSPX priests erroneously genuflect before every Novus Ordo tabernacle) reference: 5. The Mass as “Assembly”: 1969 General Instruction

5. The Mass as “Assembly”: 1969 General Instruction
The underlying theology for the new rite. Over…

Paul VI also found the traditional ordination rites far too Catholic and his revision prompted late John Cardinal Heenan, Archbishop of Westminster,  to lament publicly: “Tears came to our eyes when we saw them just before an ordination.”

With you in the Faith,