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High Mass and Veneration of Relics in Indianapolis

An NLM reader shares this announcement with us: The Saint John Bosco Latin Mass Community invites you to the CENTENARY celebration of the Feast of St. Pius X Wednesday, September 3rdSaint Simon the Apostle Church, 7.P.M.8155 Oaklandon Road, Indianapolis, IN 46236Fr. Ryan McCarthy, celebrantHigh Mass with Veneration of Relics to follow

Pontifical Low Mass with Raymond Cardinal Burke

Today, I'd love to highlight something that is not a common sight for many Catholics, the EF Pontifical Low Mass. I recently found pictures on Facebook of Cardinal Burke celebrating one very recently at Sacred Heart Church, Carlton, in the Archdiocese of Melbourne. Show More Summary

Celebration vs. Concelebration: Theological Considerations

Fr. Zuhlsdorf has often said that he believes concelebration should be “legal, safe, and rare.” Why are traditional Catholics generally so skeptical about concelebration? What could be the problem with it?The sacrifice of the Mass is, first and foremost, Christ offering His atoning sacrifice through the ministerial priest. Show More Summary

Another Parish Moves East - Greenville, South Carolina

In Greenville, South Carolina, we find another parish that has made the jump to ad orientem, along with an excellent explanation of the situation from their parish website. I commend the pastor for the fantastic liturgical leadership in restoring the sacred! 1. Show More Summary

The Sixtieth Anniversary of the Death of the Blessed Cardinal Schuster

Today the Church commememorates the 60th anniversary of the death of the Blessed Cardinal Alfredo Ildefonso Schuster, who served as Archbishop of Milan for just over a quarter of a century, from July of 1929 until his death in 1954.Show More Summary

Abp. Cordileone leading by example

Back in January, we posted a guest article by Rosanne Sullivan about the Benedict XVI Institute for Sacred Music and Divine Worship, newly founded in the archdiocese of San Francisco by His Grace Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone and Fr. Show More Summary

Helping Children Enter into the Traditional Latin Mass

At Steve Skojec's splendid new blog One Peter Five (to which fellow NLM writer Fr. Thomas Kocik is also regularly contributing), I have posted a couple of articles on how we can help our children enter more readily and more deeply into the usus antiquior or Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite. Show More Summary

Cardinal Cañizares Transferred to Valencia

It was announced today that His Eminence Antonio Cardinal Cañizares Llovera has been transferred to his native diocese, the Archiepiscopal See of Valencia in Spain, the former archbishop, His Grace Carlos Osoro Sierra, being transferred to Madrid to succeed Cardinal Antonio Varela. Show More Summary

The Feast of Saint Augustine

The celebrated day has come, on which the holy bishop Augustine, released from the bond of the flesh, was taken up with the Angels; where he rejoices with the Prophets, is made glad with the Apostles; full of their spirit, he made clear...Show More Summary

Pilgrimage Churches in the Mountains of Ethiopia

The website of the BBC has posted some very beautiful photos from their correspondents’ visit to the Tigray region in northern Ethiopia, a region which, as they note, bears no small resemblance to parts of the southwestern United States. Show More Summary

New Facebook Page for the Society for Catholic Liturgy

Check out and "like" the Society's new Facebook page. There you'll find updates on the upcoming conference in Colorado Springs and other events, as well as information about the latest issues of Antiphon: A Journal for Liturgical Renewal.

Assumption 2014 Photopost

We have another awesome photopost, showing many beautiful liturgies from around the world. Thanks to all those who sent in pictures! Pontifical Mass at the Throne with Bishop Robert Morlino Bishop O'Connor Center, Diocese of Madison, WI St. Show More Summary

Sacred Liturgy Conference with "Father Z"

The Canons Regular of Saint John Cantius will host a conference on the Sacred Liturgy with Father John Zuhlsdorf, October 3-5, at Saint John Cantius Parish in Chicago. The conference begins with dinner on the 3rd and continues through the weekend. High Mass each day in the Extraordinary Form. For more information, or to register, CLICK HERE.

A Model for a Cultural Center for the New Evangelization

Going Local for Global Change. How About a Chant Cafe with Real Coffee..and Real Chant? There is a British comedienne who in her routine adopted an onstage persona of a lady who couldn't get a boyfriend and was very bitter about it (although...Show More Summary

Upcoming Mass for Persecuted Cristians: Juventutem Lehigh Valley Votive Mass Pro Ecclesiæ Defensione

Juventutem Lehigh Valley will be having a mass for persecuted Christian this Thursday, August 28th. The Mass will be a Votive Mass Pro Ecclesiæ Defensione.Let us pray for our persecuted Catholic and Christian brothers and sisters who are suffering horrible atrocities in Iraq and throughout the Mideast. Show More Summary

Society for Catholic Liturgy Conference - Oct 2-4 in Colorado Springs

I'm delighted to share with readers the announcement of the program for the upcoming annual conference of the Society for Catholic Liturgy. This year's conference presents a thought-provoking track of papers, as well as a newly-revitalized...Show More Summary

New Ordinariate Chant Schola in DC

As the Saint Luke ordinariate community moves to downtown Washington DC next month, a new initiative is beginning, to build on an existing tradition of Sacred Music. Named in honour of Saint Benedict and the Benedictine tradition ofShow More Summary

Permanence and Change in the Liturgy

It is a fact of history that the liturgy changes over time, it develops. This it usually does slowly, absorbing surrounding influences, in an organic process. Most often, elements are added to the liturgy: it grows, expands, like a plant or animal growing towards maturity. Show More Summary

Traditional Mass comes to Mississippi

Mississippi is the only state in the USA without the Extraordinary Form. That will soon change. At the request of the new bishop of the Diocese of Jackson, Bishop Joseph R. Kopacz, and in cooperation with Una Voce Mississippi, the Canons Regular of St. Show More Summary

Prayer Vigil for Christians in the Middle East at Holy Innocents in Manhattan

On August 22nd, the feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (EF), the Church of the Holy Innocents in Manhattan held a Solemn Mass, followed by a prayer vigil in Herald Square for Christians persecuted in the Middle East. A parishioner of the church has posted a large set of photographs which you can access by clicking here. Show More Summary

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