Pretty much everybody knows about the Cardinal's struggle with the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Just google it if you don't. There's plenty of stuff on the web. To look at the struggle against its historical background, you might want to read Perfectae Caritatis, the decree on the adaption and renewal of religious life, issued in 1965. Here you can easily see, how on the one hand the sisters with some justification could feel encouraged to implement changes and how on the other hand they went too far.
I don't really feel like commenting on the behavior of the sisters. Instead - before I let you see the photos - I'll leave you with a quote from Cardinal McIntyre's adress to the council fathers in 1962:
- "The schema on the Liturgy proposes confusion and complication. If it is adopted, it would be an immediate scandal for our people. The continuity of the Mass must be kept. The tradition of the sacred ceremonies must be preserved..."