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“This is not just a 'fascinating analogy.' It is a profound truth. That's why the ritual of the Mass is so important and cannot be left to the whims of whomever to do whatever. It must lift one out of the secular and be eminently transcendent in nature. If not it is not fulfilling its purpose--an encounter with God, who is not of this world. But if, on the other hand, it doesn't lift one out of the secular because it wraps itself in forms that evoke only things of this world, then it just keeps those people in the secular 'who cannot will themselves out of the secular.' A great tragedy!”