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Rediscovering the Imprecatory Psalms

After much debate among some members of the Consilium for the Implementation of the Constitution on the Liturgy, Pope Paul VI decreed that the so-called imprecatory psalms be omitted from the new Liturgy of the Hours. Consequently, 120...Show More Summary

The Tomb of St Peter Martyr in Milan's Portinari Chapel

Here are some great photos from our Ambrosian correspondent Nicola de’ Grandi of the Portinari Chapel at the Basilica of St Eustorgio in Milan. They were taken during a special night-time opening made possible by a new lighting system;...Show More Summary

A Relic of St John the Baptist

Oft in past ages, seers with hearts expectant / Sang the far-distant advent of the day-star; / thine was the glory, as the world’s Redeemer / First to proclaim him. A reliquary of a finger of St John the Baptist, from the museum of the cathedral of Florence, where he is honored as Patron Saint of the city. Show More Summary

EF Pontifical Mass Tomorrow at Holy Innocents in NYC

On Saturday, June 25, there will be an EF Pontifical Mass at the Church of the Holy Innocents in New York City starting at 1 p.m. The church is located at 128 West 37th St.The Mass will be celebrated by His Excellency Matthieu Madega Lebouankehan, Bishop of Mouila in Gabon. Show More Summary

Dominican School Offers Formation for Artists- Now Including Sacred Geometry and English Gothic Illumination Practicum

Here is a reminder (with some additional details) of a four-course certificate intended as a formation for artists in any creative discipline. It is an exciting new course offered by the The Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology, which is part of the Graduate Theological Union at Berkeley University in California. Show More Summary

164 Stained Glass Windows (Church of St Paul in Westerville, Ohio)

Our thanks to Mr Mark Cousineau for providing us these photos of the church of St Paul the Apostle in Westerville, Ohio, and to Mr Bruce Buchanan for his description of the project to install in the church 164 stained glass windows, many of which were rescued from recently closed churches in the Diocese of Cleveland. Show More Summary

Why We Do What We Do

Here at the 26th Annual Colloquium of the Church Music Association of America, at Masses, workshops, sessions, rehearsals, and plenary talks, the various speakers are quite literally “preaching to the choir.” Of course we’re all in it...Show More Summary

CMAA Colloquium Day 1

Rev. Jason J. Schumer, Director of Worship and Assistant Professor at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, St. Louis, celebrated Holy Mass in the Ordinary Form at the Pro-Cathedral of St. John. Dr. Paul Weber was organist, performing J.S. Bach's Prelude and Fugue in Eb Major, BVW 552. Show More Summary

Bishop Athanasius Schneider to Pontificate in Rhode Island, June 28–29

Readers in New England may want to know that Bishop Athanasius Schneider, who is becoming ever more widely known in traditional Catholic circles (e.g., here, here, and here), will visit Holy Ghost Church in Tiverton, Rhode Island, next week. Show More Summary

A New Institute for the Study of Scholastic Theology and Philosophy

We recently receive this information about The Scholasticum, a new institute for the study of scholastic theology and philosophy which has recently been established in Bagnoregio, Italy, the native city of St Bonaventure. You can see their website at is link; Also, see the poster below. Show More Summary

FSSP Ordinations in Auxerre Cathedral

The website of the Fraternity of St Peter’s European seminary at Wigratzbad, Germany, has posted photographs of the priestly ordinations held this past Saturday in the cathedral of Auxerre, France. His Eminence Jean-Pierre Cardinal Ricard,...Show More Summary

Modern Russian Iconographers Who Break the Rules but Conform to the Principles

Thanks to Gina Switzer (an artist whose decorated Easter candles have been featured on the NLM to great interest) for drawing my attention to this write-up in the Orthodox Arts Journal of an exhibition that took place in Moscow earlier this year, a presentation of contemporary Russian icon painters. Show More Summary

Classics of the Liturgical Movement: Dom Pius de Hemptinne

Readers of the works of Blessed Columba Marmion, O.S.B., know firsthand the riches he spreads before us — a veritable banquet of the mystical life, rooted in Sacred Scripture and the Church’s traditional liturgy. Relatively few, however,...Show More Summary

“The Virgin Mary in Liturgy, Literature and Life” - Conference in France with Bp. Schneider

Chavagnes International College, a Catholic boarding school for boys located in Chavagnes-en-Paillers in western France (near Nantes), will host a conference entitled “The Virgin Mary in Liturgy, Literature and Life,” from August 1-5, commemmorating the 300th anniversary of the death of St Louis Grignot de Montfort. Show More Summary

Information About Cerecloths

In response to a reader’s request about where to get a cerecloth, the waxed linen cloth which traditionally goes under the altar-cloths, a few suggestions were given in the combox on the original post. Here are the responses I received...Show More Summary

Ugly Churches Win Awards

The website of the Italian Episcopal Conference’s newspaper Avvenire reported Wednesday on the winners of the 6th edition of the International “Frate Sole” prize for sacred architecture. I would normally ignore an item like this when...Show More Summary

Sacra Liturgia UK just two weeks away

Sacra Liturgia UK opens in just over two weeks. Thus far registered participants will be coming to London from over fifteen different countries throughout the world to meet each other and to study and discuss questions of liturgicalShow More Summary

Fota IX Liturgy Conference Program: July 9-11, 2016

The St. Colman’s Society for Catholic Liturgy has announced the program for the Fota IX International Liturgy Conference, which will be held at the Clarion Hotel, in Cork City, Ireland from July 9-11, 2016Saturday, July 98.15 Registration9.30...Show More Summary

Interesting Saints on June 16

There are three Saints in the Martyrology for today who are particularly interesting cases in the annals of Catholic hagiography. Two of these are Ss Quiricus and Julitta, a three-year old boy and his mother who were martyred during the persecution of Diocletian. Show More Summary

“Liturgy in the Twenty-First Century” - A New Book Edited by Dom Alcuin Reid

Publisher T&T Clark will soon offer the volume “Liturgy in the Twenty-First Century - Contemporary Issues and Perspectives”, edited by Dom Alcuin Reid. We are proud to say that three NLM writers, Fr Thomas Kocik, Dr Peter Kwasniewski,...Show More Summary

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