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A Roman Pilgrim at the Station Churches 2017 (Part 4)

Once again, our thanks to our Roman pilgrim friend Agnese for sharing with us her photos of the Lenten Station Mass. This set includes two particularly nice, and classically Roman, arrangements of relics, on the altars of Ss Peter and Marcellinus and St Pudentiana. Show More Summary

The Tomb of Christ Reopened in Jerusalem

This morning, the Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem, Theophilos III, presided over the reopening of the shrine over the tomb of Christ within the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, after many months of restoration work. (The shrine is...Show More Summary

Two Articles of Interest, by Martin Mosebach and Stuart Chessman

Here are a couple of recent articles which will certainly be of interest to our readers, and which I think it profitable to read together, as I will explain below. The first is a lengthy piece in First Things by Martin Mosebach, called...Show More Summary

St Teilo’s Church, Llandeilo Tal-y-bont

A young seminarian recently mentioned to me that he had been following with interest the discussions on the proposal that the School of St Albans might be an appropriate style to develop in today’s churches for the Roman Rite. I wasShow More Summary

Palestrina Mass for the Annunciation in New York City

The Church of St Agnes in New York City, located at 143 East 43rd Street, will have a Solemn High EF Mass this coming Saturday, the feast of the Annunciation, starting at 10:30 a.m.; the St Mary’s Student Schola, directed by Mr David Hughes, will sing Palestrina’s Missa Ave Maria.

The Feast of St Benedict 2017

O ! the praiseworthy and glorious merits of Saint Benedict, who, since he spurned his fatherland, and the pomp of the world for Christ’s sake, obtained the fellowship of all the blessed, and came to share in the eternal rewards. V. Among the choirs of Confessors, he holds a glorious place, and beholds the very font of all good things. Show More Summary

“Samuel and Daniel, Though Young, Judged the Elders”: Traditionalism as a Youth Movement

The progress of centuries has often returned to the Rule of St. Benedict as a repository of timeless wisdom, capable of guiding any community of God-seekers to peace and holiness. One cannot help but be struck by the way Benedict emphasizes that the young monks’ voices ought to be given a fair hearing. Show More Summary

A Roman Pilgrim at the Station Churches 2017 (Part 3)

Over the last few years, quite a number of people have either written to me or left a note in one of the comboxes to say how much they enjoy this series, so I apologize for letting myself get behind with it during this very busy week. Show More Summary

Photopost Request: St Joseph, Annunciation and Laetare Sunday

This week, we have three major features of the liturgical year within a single week - the feasts of St Joseph and the Annunciation, followed immediately by Laetare Sunday. We will be doing at least one photopost for all three of these...Show More Summary

Solemn Mass for St Patrick in Dublin

Thanks once again to our friend Mr John Briody for sending in photos from St Kevin’s Church in Dublin, Ireland, home to the Latin Mass Chaplaincy for the Dublin Archdiocese; this time, they are of Mass for yesterday’s feast of the Patron of Ireland, St Patrick. Show More Summary

The Penitential Psalms in Books of Hours

The seven Penitential Psalms are a standard part of the liturgical material incorporated into Books of Hours, along with the Little Office of the Virgin Mary, the Office of the Dead, and the Litany of the Saints. Of course many Books...Show More Summary

Some Byzantine Events for Lent

Since it is the ancient custom of the Byzantine Rite to refrain from celebrating the Divine Liturgy on the weekdays of Lent, many Byzantine churches dedicate a lot more time to the Office in this period. A reader sent me a notice that...Show More Summary

CWR Interview with Dom Alcuin Reid on Upcoming Sacra Liturgia Milan

Yesterday, Catholic World Report published an interview with Dom Alcuin Reid on this year’s Sacra Liturgia Conference, which will take place in Milan from June 6-9, and include a number of celebrations in both Forms of the Ambrosian Rite. Show More Summary

Catholic Life in the Colonies – A Lecture by Helen Hull Hitchcock

Thanks to Matthew Swaim of the Coming Home Network for bringing to our attention this video of a very interesting lecture by the late Helen Hull Hitchcock on “Catholic Life in the Colonies.” It was given at their 2007 Deep in History...Show More Summary

Call for Papers - Society for Catholic Liturgy

Call for PapersThe Liturgy and Post-Modernity2017 Annual Conference of the Society for Catholic Liturgy Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul and the Archdiocesan Pastoral Center Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaSeptember...Show More Summary

Dominican Formulary of Blessings Reprinted

Dominican Liturgy Publications is pleased to announce the republication of the Forumularium Absolutionum et Benedictionum ad Usum Ordininis Praedicatorum, which contains dozens of blesssings, absolutions, and other prayer formula of the traditional Dominican Rite. Show More Summary

The Feast of St Longinus

On March 15th, the Roman Martyrology commemorates St Longinus, who is traditionally said to be the soldier who pierced the Lord’s side with a lance on the Cross (John 19, 34), as well as the centurion who said “Truly, this man was the...Show More Summary

The Byzantine Feast of St Benedict in Rome

In the Byzantine Rite, the feast of St Benedict is kept on March 14th, one week before the day of his death, which is his traditional Roman day. The Greek College in Rome honors him as its Patron Saint, but because his feast always falls...Show More Summary

Mass for St Joseph in Newark, New Jersey, March 20

The Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Newark, New Jersey, will have an EF Missa Cantata for the transferred Feast of St. Joseph on Monday, March 20th at 7:00 p.m., celebrated by Msgr. Joseph Ambrosio. Following Mass there will be Italian sweets (zeppole di San Giuseppe, sfinge) and coffee to celebrate Monsignor’s name day. The church is located at 259 Oliver Street.

Vespers in Dominican Chant

Dominican Liturgy Publications is pleased to announce that the volume containing the texts and music for singing Vespers for all the solemnities and Sundnays of the year in Dominican Gregorian chant is now available for purchase. The...Show More Summary

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