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A Rogation Procession and Mass in Hungary

This past Monday, the “Community of St Philip Neri” ( celebrated the first Rogation Day with a traditional procession and solemn Mass at Balatonederics, a small village located on the north shore of Lake Balaton in Hungary. Show More Summary

Reminder; Be a Benedictine Monk for 48 hours!

Here’s a reminder for an event I publicized earlier in the month.Fr Dunstan and Fr Gregory of St Mary’s Benedictine Monastery in Petersham, Massachussetts, dropped me a line about their next monastic experience weekend, in which they...Show More Summary

The Woman

In the Gospels we hear Jesus refer to his mother Mary as “Woman”. This reference should draw our attention to the woman mentioned in Genesis, as well as in the book of Revelation. But who is this “Woman”, and why is she so central in...Show More Summary

A Rogation Procession in Southern France

Our friends of the Fraternity of St Joseph the Guardian in La Londe Les Maures, France, were recently welcomed by a parishioner to his vineyard for a Rogation procession and Mass. For logistic reasons, the event had to be moved at the...Show More Summary

FSSP Ordinations Tomorrow on LiveMass and iMass

Tomorrow, May 26th, the feast of St Philip Neri, the Fraternity of St Peter’s North American seminary will celebrate the ordination of seven men to the priesthood, at the Parish of the North American Martyrs in Lincoln Nebraska. ForShow More Summary

The Ascension of the Lord 2017

Truly it is fitting… though Christ our Lord. Who after the Resurrection, which is glorious unto all ages, appeared openly to His disciples, visible to their sight and palpable to the touch, unto the fortieth day, and was raised up unto...Show More Summary

The Priestly Character of Ad Orientem Worship: Guest Article by Zachary Thomas (Part 2)

Click here to read the first part of this article. The versus populum posture fashionable today suggests that the priest is there only to give, without first receiving something from God. And, since the laity must all “participate” in...Show More Summary

Easter at St Peter’s Eastern Catholic Church in Ukiah, California

In the Byzantine tradition, the day before the Ascension is known as the “Leave-taking” of Easter; this is the official end of the Paschal season, marked by dropping certain features from the liturgy. (E.g., the famous chant which begins...Show More Summary

EF Mass for the Vigil of the Ascension in the Bronx

The church of the Holy Rosary in the Bronx, New York City, will have a sung Mass on the Vigil of Ascension, Wednesday, May 24, at 7:30 pm; the church is located at 1510 Adee Avenue. Music for this Mass includes plainchant and two original motets by Holy Rosary’s music director, Eva Sze. Show More Summary

Ephraim the Syrian and the World of Vampires, Werewolves and Zombies

I saw recently a scene in a TV sitcom in which a zombie movie was being made, and the pedantic and perfectionist director was permanently unhappy with his cast. In trying to get a more authentic performance out of his actors, he turned...Show More Summary

Sacred Music, the Need for Beauty, and the Beatific Vision

A few years ago, I had the privilege of hearing Fr. Jonathan Robinson of the Oratory deliver a lecture on beauty and the ars celebrandi in liturgy, with special reference to sacred music. Not one to spare his audience a pessimistic opening, Fr. Show More Summary

Pontifical Baptism in the Traditional Rite in Madison

Today, we bring you pictures from one of the rarest liturgies in practice, the pontifical baptism from the 1962 ritual books. The celebrant was His Excellency Bishop Robert Morlino; the ceremony occurred several weeks ago at St Patrick’s church, with a family from the Cathedral of Madison, Wisconsin,

The Priestly Character of Ad Orientem Worship: Guest Article by Zachary Thomas (Part 1)

Our thanks to Mr Zachary Thomas for offering this excellent essay to NLM; it will be published in five parts over the next couple of weeks. Debates over ad orientem or versus populum worship often focus on the eschatological significance...Show More Summary

Fota X Speakers and Papers

From the St Colman’s Society for Catholic Liturgy, here is the current list of speakers scheduled for the upcoming Fota Liturgical Conference, which will be held in Cork, Ireland, from July 8-10. (Click to enlarge.)

Restoration of the Josephinum Chapel

Many thanks to Mr Mark Cousineau for providing us with this description of the recent restoration of the Chapel of St Turibius at the Pontifical College Josephinum. This post is reproduced from his company’s blog, Henninger’s Herald, with their permission and that of the various other firms involved in the project. Show More Summary

Pope Benedict Writes in Praise of Card. Sarah

Yesterday, First Things posted a review of Cardinal Sarah’s new book “The Power of Silence: Against the Dictatorship of Noise”, by His Holiness Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI. It is of course well worth your time to read the whole piece, which is quite brief; here is an excerpt.“(Card. Show More Summary

Carmelite Nuns in Michigan Need a Chaplain for Both Forms

We received the following request from the prioress of the Discalced Carmelite Monastery of the Infant of Prague, located in Traverse City, Michigan, which we gladly pass on to our readers.“Our cloistered community of Discalced Carmelite Nuns is searching for a chaplain. Show More Summary

Procession of Our Lady of Fatima in Chicago

Thousands came out to pray in a historic procession with Our Lady of Fatima Saturday for an end to violence in Chicago, following the Virgin Mary's request to pray for conversion of sinners and peace.During the candlelight procession,...Show More Summary

New Reprint of a Renowned Summary of Thomistic Theology

A Manual of Catholic Theology, Based on Scheeben's "Dogmatik." By Joseph Wilhelm, D.D., Ph.D., and Thomas B. Scannell, B.D., with a Preface by Henry Edward Cardinal Manning. Volume I: The Sources of Theological Knowledge; God; Creation and the Supernatural Order. Show More Summary

Upcoming Dominican Rite Solemn Masses in Portland OR

Dominican Low Mass at Holy Rosary I would like to call the attention of our readers in the Portland, Oregon, area to three up-coming Solemn Masses according to the traditional Dominican Rite. They will all be at Holy Rosary Church, located at 375 N.E. Show More Summary

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