The Church of Vatican II expunged the Prayer to St. Michael the Archangel from the Mass.
This was part of a vast program of bombardment of sound Catholicism, which created immense problems in just a few years.
A few decades followed, and we saw almost everything bad under the sun punctually happening: from the dearth of priests to the
pedophile sodomite priest scandal, to the slow death of Christianity even in traditionally Catholic countries, to various scandals in the Vatican itself, including the “Gay Mafia”.
Today, the same Church of Vatican II thinks St. Michael the Archangel might come handy to fight the corruption.
They do not seem to remember this is the same St. Michael whose prayer they have – together with the other Leonine Prayers – eliminated from the Mass; they do not link their disappearance from the Mass with the problems that followed; nor do they appear to think about reintroducing them.
No, they put a statue in the Vatican Gardens and consecrate the Vatican to him; which must certainly have the same effect, eh? uh? no?
Now that‘s smart…