(A follow up to this post which promo'd Jeffrey Tucker's essay, The Mystery of the St. Louis Jesuits.)
Diogenes, in his always excellent Off the Record, gives his view.
My favorite excerpt:
You'll remember that the Saint Louis Jesuits (not all of whom remain Jesuits, or priests, or Christians, according to Tucker) assembled to provide the music for the Justice & Peace-themed liturgy at the last Religious Education Congress -- itself an extended orgy of 1970s nostalgia. Bishop Donald Trautman was the celebrant, and he had been invited to the Congress precisely to call a halt to progress in liturgical translation. (with the exception of the link, which I always keep in bold, emphasis bolded by BMP)