I want to begin by telling you my own personal connection with the liturgical movement. It happened way back when I was twenty-one years old and entered seminary in 1946. Those were the bad old days when you went through high school, college, seminary, ordination, and under after that. Actually, we are recognizing they were in some ways the good old days, too, because we got a lot of service out of some of those types who started early and who maybe even learned something along the way.
Capon, Robert Farrar, "The Bible and the Liturgical Movement: Scripture as a Voice in the Church, Not a Book Faxed to It" (2003). Institute of Liturgical Studies Occasional Papers. Paper 108.