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Missals from Silverstream Priory (3): Augustinian Missal of 1716

One of the oldest missals, if not the oldest, that the Benedictine Monks of Perpetual Adoration at Silverstream Priory have in their possession is this lavish volume from 1716, the title page of which clearly proclaims that it is a Roman Missal with all the feasts proper to the order of Augustinian hermits. Show More Summary

The Relics of St Boethius

As we mentioned earlier this month, the church of San Pietro in Ciel d’Oro in the Italian city of Pavia, which houses the relics of St Augustine, also has those of another Saint, the philosopher and theologian Boethius, whose feast is kept today. Show More Summary

Sermon and Photos from Cardinal Burke's Pontifical Mass in Strahov Abbey, Prague

The country of the Czech Republic and the city of Prague was much blessed by the visit last week of His Eminence Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke. His Eminence visited several places, giving public lectures in defense of Catholic doctrine on marriage and the family and celebrating pontifical liturgies in the usus antiquior. Show More Summary

Solemn Requiem Mass in the Dominican Rite in NYC, November 7th

The Catholic Artists Society will have its annual Solemn Requiem Mass for deceased family members, friends, and fellow artists, on Monday, November 7th, at the beautiful church of St. Vincent Ferrer in New York City. The Mass is co-sponsored with the New York Purgatorial Society and the Society of St. Show More Summary

Arranging the End of the Liturgical Year in the Extraordinary Form

One of the changes made to the Breviary in the revision of 1960 regards the arrangement of the months from August to November. One of the oddest effects of the new system will take place this year in regard to the readings in November.On...Show More Summary

Noble Beauty As Seen in Recent Gothic and Baroque Inspired Vestment Work

C eremonial wear, whether sacred or secular, is meant to communicate symbols and deeper meanings; to inspire and to engage, drawing people into the underpinning realities which they seek to symbolize. In this regard, vestments, not unlike...Show More Summary

The Domincan Habit and the Holy Rosary

Dominicans Wearing Rosaries and Capelli Romani (Roman hats) In the wake of a recent post on St. Martin de Porres, which included a discussion of the Tertiary ("Third Oder") habit that the oldest painting of his shows him wearing, a commentator asked when the Holy Rosary became an "official" part of the Dominican habit. Show More Summary

A Rare Liturgical Book from 18th-Century Paris

The Abbey of St Genevieve, the Patron Saint of Paris, was one of the most important churches in the city before the French revolution. Founded in the sixth century by King Clovis, and originally dedicated to Ss Peter and Paul, St Genevieve used to pray there very often, and was buried in the church next to Clovis. Show More Summary

October 21, the Feast of Blessed Karl of Austria

October 21st is the feast day of Blessed Karl I, the last Emperor of Austria-Hungary; this year marks the centenary of his accession to the throne on November 21st. He was beatified by Pope St John Paul II in 2004; a second miracle has been attributed to his intercession, a miraculous healing which led to the conversion of the person healed. Show More Summary

Liturgical Notes on the Feast of St Luke the Evangelist

Although Ss Mark and Luke are given the title “Evangelist” in the liturgy, but are called not “Apostles”, the former is really a subcategory of the latter, and the liturgical texts of their feasts do not differ significantly from those of the other Apostles. Show More Summary

How Do We Re-Establish an Artistic Tradition?

Looking at the 13th Century English Gothic School of St Albans as a Model for the Roman Rite Today When I have had discussions about reestablishment of beautiful sacred art in the Roman Catholic Church (as opposed to in the Eastern churches),...Show More Summary

Missals from Silverstream Priory (2): Regensburg

For an explanation of this series, see this article from last week. Today, we will look at a German altar missal. Unfortunately, I did not record the date of this particular missal printed in Regensburg by the famous publisher Friedrich Pustet, but judging from the artistic style and the use of color printing, it is likely from the 1920s or 30s. Show More Summary

New Apostolate for the ICK in Detroit - First Mass This Sunday

Our thanks once again to Teresa Chisholm, this time for sending in this report on the newest apostolate of the Institute of Christ the King, in the Archdiocese of Detroit. A special first Mass will with some very good music be celebrated...Show More Summary

The Antiquity of Liturgical Tradition - An Example from the Ambrosian Rite

This article is mostly the work of our Ambrosian writer Nicola de’ Grandi; I translated it from Italian, and added the paragraphs on the Ambrosian arrangement of the Sundays after Pentecost, and the Roman Rite’s use of the pericope of the adulteress. Show More Summary

Edward the Confessor and John the Evangelist

St Edward the Confessor, king of England, died on January 5, 1066, after a reign of over 23 years. He is called “the Confessor” to distinguish him from King Edward the Martyr (died 978), another Saint who was very popular in pre-Reformation England. Show More Summary

Lecture in NYC on the English Martyrs Next Monday

Next Monday, October 17th, the church of the Holy Innocents in New York City will host writer Joanna Bogle for a lecture on “The English Martyrs Viewed from a Contemporary Perspective,” after the 6 pm EF Mass. Full details are given in the poster below.

Fr. Hunwicke Visits Norwalk, NYC

Popular blogger and eminent classicist the Rev. John Hunwicke is visiting the Northeast this weekend and into next week for two talks, sponsored by the St. Hugh of Cluny Society. Fr. Hunwicke will celebrate the 9:30 Solemn Mass (Extraordinary Form) at St. Show More Summary

An Anglo-Catholic Prayer Card of the Angelus

This beautiful card with the Angelus on one side, and the Regina caeli on the other, was made in the 1910s or ’20s by the Society of Ss Peter and Paul, an Anglo-Catholic publishing company (now-defunct), which also produced the original Anglican Missal. Show More Summary

All Saints and All Souls in Philadelphia

The Philadelphia TLM Community will hold Masses for All Saints’ and All Souls’ Day in the Cathedral Basilica of Ss Peter and Paul, located at 1723 Race Street. The former will feature Victoria’s Mass O quam gloriosum, which was written for the feast; the latter with be in chant, followed by the Absolution at the Catafalque. Both Masses begin at 7 pm.

An Invitation to the Clergy in Rome for Summorum Pontificum Pilgrimage

On Saturday, October 29, the Most Reverend Alexander K. Sample, Archbishop of Portland, Oregon, will celebrate the Pontifical High Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica for the Populus Summorum Pontificum international pilgrimage, with His Eminence...Show More Summary

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