This week’s The Times Literary Supplement carries a vigorous review of the UK edition of the Roman Missal: link here. The author is Rupert Shortt, a Roman Catholic theologian and journalist, who has written biographies both of Pope Benedict and of Archbishop Rowan Williams. For his books, see here.
It can speak for itself, obviously. Let me just add that the alleged Pelagianism of the 1973 Missal is surely less heinous in its effects than the frequent and unqualified references to ‘merit’ to which we are now subjected. Of course there are ways of understanding this concept in ways that avoid Pelagianism–see the brilliant argument of Thomas Aquinas here–but at the cost of redefining the word in ways that no speaker of modern English could possibly follow without a great deal of help.