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The Second Vatican Council’s vision for the liturgy was rooted in a deep appreciation for the intimate relationship between a people’s culture and that people’s fruitful participation in the liturgical life of the Church. By examining the conciliar documents’ treatment of the liturgy and tracing the history of post-conciliar liturgical reform, this chapter argues that cultural diversity in the liturgy is necessary for the liturgy to serve the life of the church.
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