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The Carthusian Salve Regina

I just happened to stumble across this recording of the Salve Regina sung by monks of the Grande Chartreuse, the mother house of the Carthusian Order. It is accompanied by a number of pictures, including several stills from the famous...Show More Summary

The Seven Joys of the Virgin Mary

For a fairly brief period, today was kept by the Franciscans as the feast of the Seven Joys of the Virgin Mary. As an expression of the Seraphic Order’s devotional life, it corresponds to the feast of the Holy Rosary, which began among...Show More Summary

Third Anniversary Mass for the Anglican Use Community of St Gregory the Great in Massachusetts, September 3rd

The Anglican Ordinariate community of St Gregory the Great will be have a special Mass for its third Feast of Title and Dedication, to be held at St Patrick’s Parish in Stoneham, Massachusetts, on September 3rd. It promises to be particularly...Show More Summary

Summorum Pontificum Conference in Santiago de Chile

The first International Summorum Pontificum Conference in Chile was recently held in the city of Santiago from July 21-23 at the Nuestra Señora de La Dehesa retreat house, focused mainly on the implementation of the Traditional Roman Liturgy, in light of Pope Benedict XVI’s Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum.The conference was organized by Fr. Show More Summary

In Memoriam

Today, August 26, marks the fourth anniversary of the death of Professor László Dobszay (1935-2011), a true Catholic gentleman and scholar. Many, perhaps most, readers of NLM will have heard of him and of his substantial contributions...Show More Summary

Society of St. Dominic Announces Concert with Victoria Requiem

The Society of St. Dominic, based in Winnipeg, is pleased to announce a major undertaking in connection with the Camerata Nova. If you are anywhere near Winnipeg, make sure you get this in your calendar! Tomas Luis de Victoria's 1605...Show More Summary

Assumption 2015 - Final Photpost

As is often the case, we’ve had a enough late submissions for the feast of the Assumption to make a third and final photopost. I am also including a video of a procession in honor of the Virgin Mary’s mother, St Anne, a tradition revived by the Fraternity of St Peter after many years’ suspension at a church entitled to her in Ottawa. Show More Summary

Talk on John Singer Sargent at the Ingbretson Studios, Manchester, NH this Thursday August 27

Paul Ingbretson is opening up his painting school the Ingbretson Studios, on Thursday to give a talk on one of the great artists of the naturalistic tradition, John Singer Sargent and the movement that was inspired to a large degree by his influence, the Boston School of the latter part of the 19th century and early 20th century. Show More Summary

On the Participation of the Clergy in a Non-Concelebrated Mass

Some time ago, a reader and I corresponded about a question that may be of interest to NLM readers more generally. The reader was a priest who had recently learned to offer Mass in the Extraordinary Form and who, seeing more clearly that “the priest is ordained to offer sacrifice,” had arrived at a more critical position regarding concelebration. Show More Summary

Assumption 2015 Photopost - Part 2

Here is the second part of our Assumption photopost, with our renewed thanks to all those who sent in images of their liturgies.The next to last set comes from the Hermitage of Our Lady of the Garden Enclosed in Warfhuizen, the Netherlands. Show More Summary

Assumption 2015 Photopost - Part 1

The best of our photoposts are the ones which show not only the beauty, but also the variety and the great richness of our liturgical practice, and the many submissions which we received for the Assumption this year are an especially good example of this. Show More Summary

A Course on the Poetry Inspired by the Mystical Tradition of the Church

This is, as far as I am aware, a new liturgically centered approach to teaching literature. The first in a series offered by Andrew Thornton-Norris - Resident Poet of the Imaginative Conservative and author of A Spiritual History ofShow More Summary

The Memoirs of Louis Bouyer Available Again

Quite a number of NLM readers were dismayed when it looked as if the new English translation of Bouyer's Memoirs had gone out of print. Happily, Amazon has the Memoirs back in stock again, ready for immediate delivery.Apart from being...Show More Summary

Bishop Schneider at the “Ars Celebrandi” Workshops in Liche?, Poland

Our thanks to the organizers of the Ars Celebrandi workshops for sending us these photographs and the accompanying press release. I would call our readers’ attention particularly to the report in the second paragraph of Bishop Schneider’s...Show More Summary

Solemn EF Mass in Vancouver Cathedral for the Feast of St Augustine

On Friday, August 28th, a Solemn Mass for the feast of St Augustine will be celebrated in Holy Rosary Cathedral in Vancouver, British Columbia, starting at 7:30 p.m. The cathedral is located at 646 Richards St.

Mater Ecclesiae's Assumption Mass in Philadelphia

Some choice photos of the Assumption Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul, Philadelphia, PA. For more photos please go to For a video of the procession please view Mater Ecclesiae's Facebook page. Show More Summary

Cistercian Chant for the Feast of St Bernard

In honor of the feast of St Bernard of Clairvaux, here are two sets of recordings of Cistercian chants made in the 1960s. The first one has the Salve Regina, the hymn Sanctorum meritis from Vespers of Several Martyrs (starting at 3:30),...Show More Summary

Professions at Silverstream Priory

Silverstream Monks with guests visit Old Mellifont Abbey. Left to right: D. Basil McCabe, D. Ildebrando Wehbe, the Rt. Rev. Dom Antoine Beauchef, Abbot of Flavigny, D. Mark Kirby, D. Benedict Andersen, D. Finnian King. On Thursday, 6...Show More Summary

Solemn High Masses in Lander, Wyoming

As many readers know, Wyoming is one of the largest States in the country, vast and beautiful, and yet the least populated of all 50 States. This contributes to Wyoming’s palpable sense of solitude, remoteness, and ruggedness, whichShow More Summary

Upcoming UK Conference on Dominicans in the Middle Ages

From the website of the Dominican Friars of England and Scotland comes this news of a conference to be held at Oxford from Sept. 10-12, on “The Influences of the Dominican Order in the Middle Ages.” Among the topics covered will be some...Show More Summary

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