Besides, the Litrugy of St. J. Chrysostom was itself radically changed early on, as you well know
I wonder if it was considered innovative when St. John Chrysostom introduced it?
posted on 11/25/2002 6:47:55 AM PST
<> No doubt there were some slaves of Satan back then that obejected it was a radical change because it was a different Liturgy than the Last Supper. Perhaps there was a SSSP (priestly society of saint peter) that formed a short-lived schism :)<>
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