Mr Hercus, a minister in New Zealand, ponders both the roots and the drive of the modern liturgical movement. He argues that this is less about the restoration or discovery of ancient forms, more to do with pastoral and evangelical concerns. He gives his attention to developments in Psalmody, the celebration of Sacraments, the integration of life and worship and the reordering of buildings.
The Liturgical Movement and Mission
Volume 34 1964, p30