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Holy Thursday in Rome

The first three photographs here were taken by our friend Agnese at the FSSP’ Roman Parish, Santissima Trinità dei Pellegrini. (I was not able to visit as many churches as I did last year.) Singing of the Gospel at the Mass of the Lord’s Supper Post-Communio The Sacrament Chapel of St John in the Lateran on Holy Thursday morning. Show More Summary

Solemn Mass of the Lord's Supper at the London Oratory

Here are photographs taken this evening at the London Oratory during Solemn Mass of the Lord’s Supper with Mandatum and Procession to the Altar of Repose. There are 27 photographs in total, including the Stripping of the Altars, so be sure to click on 'Continue reading this article'. There will be more photographs from SW7 over the next few days. [Photos: Charles Cole]

Tenebrae at WCC

For the third year running, students at Wyoming Catholic College met on Wednesday of Holy Week to sing the traditional Tenebrae office for Maundy Thursday. The schola led the chanting and the faithful in the pews joined in the antiphonal psalmody. Show More Summary

Palm Sunday - Your Photos (Part 2)

Oratory of St Philip Neri - London (Brompton Oratory) Old Saint Mary’s - Cincinnati Ohio (Oratory in formation) St Joseph’s - Richmond, Virginia College of St Mary Magdalene - Warner, New Hampshire Holy Innocents - New York Prince of Peace - Steelton, Pennsylvania Church of the Holy Ghost - Tiverton, Rhode Island St Anthony of Padua - West Orange New Jersey

Holy Week Schedule - Rome Update for the Russicum

The schedule which I posted several days ago for services at the Russicum in Rome has been slightly changed. Matins of the Twelve Gospels will be celebrated tomorrow evening, Holy Thursday, at 8:30 p.m., not on Good Friday morning. The original post has been updated.

Palm Sunday - Your Photos (Part 1)

Thank you once again for sending these in. They are posted in no particular order, and we received far more than we could post (which is great!) I'll do another set tomorrow, and we will of course be glad to see your photographs of Triduum services, (including Tenebrae). Show More Summary

Tenebrae for Maundy Thursday at the London Oratory

Here are some photographs taken at Tenebrae this evening at the London Oratory. Earlier today I was invited to speak about music for Tenebrae on EWTN's Son Rise Morning Show. The radio interview which lasts 9 minutes can be heard he...

Palm Sunday at Wyoming Catholic College

As is our annual custom, the Wyoming Catholic College community came together to celebrate Palm Sunday in the usus antiquior, with the congregation joining in hymns and sung portions of the Ordinary, the schola singing the propers, and the choir furnishing polyphony. Show More Summary

Holy Week Schedules - Toronto and Berlin, New Jersey (Mater Ecclesiae)

From Una Voce Toronto: The Mater Ecclesiae Parish in Berlin, New Jersey has the following schedule for Spy Wednesday and the Triduum. All the Masses will be Solemn. Spy Wednesday, April 166:30 p.m. to 7:25 p.m. – Confessions7:30 p.m....Show More Summary

Tenebrae with Juventutem DC on Holy Saturday

Juventutem DC to host Tenebrae on Holy SaturdayThanks to the great generosity of the Oratory-in-formation at St. Thomas the Apostle in Washington, Juventutem DC is hosting a rare opportunity to experience a Holy Week Tenebrae in theShow More Summary

The restoration of a hidden gem

Corpus Christi, Maiden Lane An ambitious restoration project is underway in one of London’s most beautiful churches. Often referred to as the ‘hidden gem’ of the West End, Corpus Christi, Maiden Lane, in the Archdiocese of Westminster, was founded in 1873 and consecrated on the 20th of October 1874. Show More Summary

Palm Sunday Photopost Request

Don’t forget to send us photographs of your Palm Sunday liturgies: OF, EF, Eastern or Ordinariate, we’re glad to share them with our readers. Please be so kind as to use both the NLM photopost address, and my NLM email:photopost@newliturgicalmovement.orggdipippo@newliturgicalmovement.orgWe’ll...Show More Summary

New Images of the Stations of the Cross - the Sacred Art of Helen McIldowie-Jenkins

A reader has directed my attention to the paintings of this London based Catholic painter. She bases here style on the 14th century Italian gothic style. I am encouraged that she is developing so well a voice, so to speak, that is characteristic of the Western tradition. Show More Summary

PDF Download: The Fulton J. Sheen Sunday Missal (1961)

A GUEST POST BY JEFF OSTROWSKI The famous Fulton J. Sheen Sunday Missal (1961) is now available for free download. Needless to say, Archbishop Sheen did not produce the Missal alone: it was a joint effort by many, especially the Jesuit priests Rev. Show More Summary

John XXIII in His Own Words (2): The Mass and the Priesthood

Pope John XXIII celebrating Mass A reader of Pope John XXIII’s writings will often find him quoting or paraphrasing the text of the Holy Mass—in the only form in which he knew it, of course: the traditional Latin Mass, that inexhaustible nourishment of the saints. Show More Summary

Passiontide Veils - Your Photos

Thanks to everyone who sent in photographs of their churches with veils for Passiontide. We are looking forward to seeing your pictures of Palm Sunday and the rest of Holy Week. Church of the Holy Ghost - Tiverton, R.I. (Fr. Jay Finelli, a.k.a. Show More Summary

Holy Week Schedules in Paris - EF and Byzantine

The church of Saint Eugène in Paris has announced the following schedule for Holy Week. (Facebook event listing here.) Our own Henri de Villiers is of course the leader of the École Sainte-Cécile, which sings at Saint Eugène, and also directs the choir of the Russian Catholic church listed below. Show More Summary

A Roman Pilgrim at the Station Churches - Part 12

Wednesday of Passion Week - San Marcello al Corso Thursday of Passion Week - Sant’Apollinare Friday of Passion Week - Santo Stefano Rotondo This church has the peculiar name of “Round St. Stephen’s” because it was the only round church built in Rome in antiquity. Show More Summary

Technical Difficulties

You may have noticed that the “Recent New and Articles” section under the banner, and the “Other Recent Articles” towards the bottom of the page have been empty for the last few days. We haven’t changed out format or gotten rid of these features, but there is an internal issue within blogger which we are working to correct. Show More Summary

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