In late 2011 the Catholic Mass was changed from the clear modern English of the Novus Ordo Mass to an obtuse literal translation from the Latin. According to the Catholic theological principle "Lex Orandi, Lex Credendi" this change in the prayer of the Church also brought with it a change in the belief of the Church. This book details the translation change and the effect it is having on Catholic belief. It also delves into the history of the issue and what the agenda behind the change was. Featuring, "The Old 'We Believe' Crowd," "A Tale of Two Traditions," and the basic ordinary text of the 1973 Novus Ordo Mass, here is a reflection on the Mass that has shaped the faith of the English speaking Catholic world for the past 40 years along with a vigorous argument why, even according to the principles of Catholic thought itself, its demise was unjust.