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Pentecost 2015

Cum complerentur dies Pentecostes, erant omnes pariter in eodem loco, alleluia: et subito factus est sonus de caelo, alleluia, Tamquam spiritus vehementis, et replevit totam domum, alleluia, alleluia. V. Dum ergo essent in unum discipuli congregati propter metum Judaeorum, sonus repente de caelo venit super eos. Show More Summary

Pictures of the Mozarabic Mass in St Peter’s Basilica

Last Saturday, the Archbishop of Toledo, H.E. Braulio Rodríguez Plaza, celebrated Mass in the Mozarabic Rite in St Peter’s Basilica, as part a pilgrimage to Rome sponsored by his archdiocese. The liturgy was celebrated in both Latin and Spanish, with the Mass Propers and Ordinary sung in Latin by a small but talented schola. Show More Summary

Photopost Request: Pentecost 2015

Our next major photopost will be for Pentecost, this coming Sunday, May 24th; please send your photos (whether of the Ordinary or Extraordinary Form) to for inclusion. We are also always glad to receive...Show More Summary

Veterum Sapientia: A Latin Conference in DC, Aug. 2-8

This August, Catholic Univ. of America and the International Institute for Culture will host a conference called Veterum Sapientia, a week-long Latin program for Catholic priests, seminarians, and those men and women belonging to religious orders. Show More Summary

Pontifical High Mass of St Philip at the London Oratory

Bishop John Sherrington celebrated Pontifical High Mass for St Philip's Day at the London Oratory earlier today. The Mass was celebrated in anticipation for the boys of St Philip's School who will be on holiday next week. The Deacon was the School Chaplain, Fr Dominic Jacob and the Sub-deacon was Fr Rupert McHardy, a former pupil of the school. Show More Summary

The Acta Synodalia of Vatican II (1st Session) - Now Available for Download

In my previous post, I briefly hinted at an exciting project to do with the Acta Synodalia Sacrosancti Concilii Oecumenici Vaticani II, the exhaustive, 26 volume set of books that detail all the speeches, debates and written submissions of the Council Fathers at Vatican II. Show More Summary

Beauty in Evangelization & Sacra Liturgia Registration Deadline Extended

From Trent Beattie at the National Catholic Register comes this story about the upcoming Sacra Liturgia conference in New York. NEW YORK — Two cardinals, one archbishop and three bishops, along with numerous priests and lay scholars, will participate in the upcoming Sacra Liturgia USA 2015 conference. Show More Summary

Votive Mass of Our Lady and First Vespers of Pentecost in Philadelphia, This Saturday

This coming Saturday, May 23rd, the Discalced Carmelite Nuns of Philadelphia will host the Students’ Schola from the Church of St Mary in Norwalk, Connecticut, for the singing of a Votive Mass of Our Lady (OF), with Gregorian chant, and music by Tallis and Palestrina. Show More Summary

Liturgy, Sacred Music & The Cardinal

The following article was written by Rev. Scott Haynes, SJC on the late Cardinal George’s liturgical and musical legacy. It originally appeared on the St John Cantius website and I am delighted to be able to post it here:CARDINAL GEORGE loved the Church’s liturgy and its music. Show More Summary

Online Latin Courses Beginning this June

This announcement comes from a reader: The Academy of Classical Languages is pleased to offer two Latin courses beginning this June, each at a different level:An introductory course for beginners: “Latin Level 1,” meeting Mondays and Wednesdays, 8:30-9:30pm CST, June 8 - July 1. Show More Summary

Marriage: God's Design for Life and Love

From St Anthony Communications comes a new DVD entitled Marriage: God’s Design for Life and Love. Produced in association with The British Province of the Confraternity of Catholic Clergy, it includes interviews with Cardinal Burke, Bishop Mark Davies of Shrewsbury, Fr Marcus Holden and Fr Andrew Pinsent. Show More Summary

Cardinal Burke to Visit Oxford Next Week (May 26 and 27)

His Eminence Raymond Cardinal Burke, Patron of the Order of Malta, will visit Oxford next week, on the 26th and 27th May. During his two day visit, His Eminence will:- celebrate Solemn Mass in the Ordinary Form and preach at the Oxford Oratory for the patronal feast of St Philip, at 6 p.m. Show More Summary

Card. George’s Galero Suspended from Rafters of Chicago Cathedral

Click here to see a brief report from WGN in Chicago, which shows a galero belonging to the late Francis Cardinal George being lifted to the rafters of the Cathedral of the Holy Name in Chicago. The galero was received as a gift, but not used by His Eminence. Show More Summary

Ember Saturday in DC

The Ember Saturday in the Octave of Pentecost will be marked by a Solemn High Mass in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite at the church of Holy Comforter-Saint Cyprian in Washington, D.C. The parish, which is under the title of the Holy Spirit, will host the Mass on Saturday 30 May 2015 at 9.00 a.m. Show More Summary

Prophets of Truth in a Decadent Age

We are so accustomed to hearing praise heaped upon the liturgical reform that we can too quickly forget the many clear-sighted men and women — and not just Ratzinger, even if he came to be the most famous — who spoke out against the Church’s marginalization and destruction of her own heritage at the very moment it was happening. Show More Summary

St Vitus’ Cathedral in Prague

For the feast of St John Nepomucene, which I wrote about last year, here are some photographs of the cathedral of St Vitus in Prague, in which he is buried. The chapel of St Sigismund, one of the Patron Saints of the city of Prague, designed by František Kanka in 1720 An altarpiece depicting the Visitation at the very back of the church. Show More Summary

Becoming a Better Confessor - A Conference for Priests Offered by the Thomistic Institute

From July 7-9, the Thomistic Institute (an apostolate of the Dominicans’ Eastern province) will be holding its fourth annual Conference for Priests at Baltimore’s historic Basilica of the Assumption. The conference is titled “Becoming...Show More Summary

Pictures from Ascension Mass in Charlotte, North Carolina

Our thanks to Mr John Cosmas for sharing with us his photographs of this Mass celebrated for the feast of the Ascension at St Ann’s Church in Charlotte, North Carolina. The very large complete photoset can be viewed by clicking here....Show More Summary

Una Voce Tallahassee - New Regular TLM

This announcement comes from a Floridian reader:With the encouragement of Bishop Gregory Parkes of Pensacola-Tallahassee, an additional Mass utilizing the Missale Romanum – editio typica 1962 (often referred to at the “Tridentine” Latin Mass) will be celebrated at St. Show More Summary

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