From the back cover of the book:
For over fifty years, the fallout of Vatican II has ravaged the world, leaving the spiritual equivalent of a radioactive wasteland in its wake. Not only have souls fled the faith in numbers unheard of, but the rest of the world — hitherto held in check by the example of the Church — has been unleashed in unbridled fury.
While many works have analyzed the Council in depth and shown its rotten fruit, far too few have delved into the deeper issue of what the reality of this Council and the “bastard Mass” it spawned means. This first volume of The Anti-Modernist Reader goes down that proverbial “rabbit hole” to examine the nature of the Church, Her indefectibility, and the office of her visible head, Christ's Vicar on Earth, the Pope.
In a series of articles by Bishop Donald Sanborn, Rector of Most Holy Trinity Seminary in Brooksville, Florida, Fr. Anthony Cekada of St. Gertrude the Great Church in West Chester, Ohio, and other clergy, these issues are examined and fully illuminated through painstaking research and reference to popes, saints, and theologians of the Catholic Church. In reading this volume the reader will have his eyes opened to the inescapable conclusion that the Novus Ordo Sect, spawned by Vatican II, is NOT and CANNOT BE the Catholic Church and her leader is not Christ's Vicar.