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On Wednesday, November 22, the ninth annual traditional Latin Mass will be held at the tomb of the Servant of God Father Magin Catala O.F.M., known as “The Holy Man of Santa Clara”, in Mission Santa Clara, California, on the anniversary of his death. Show More Summary
The General Introduction to the Lectionary (GIL) has this to say about lectio brevior, or short forms of readings: In the case of certain rather long texts, longer and shorter versions are provided to suit different situations. The editing of the shorter version has been carried out with great caution. Show More Summary
On the calendar of the Extraordinary Form, today is the feast of St Gregory the Wonderworker, bishop of Neo-Caesarea in Pontus, his native city, the modern Niksar in north-central Turkey. Born around 215 AD, he and his brother Athenodorus, who also later became a bishop, intended to study law at a famous school in Beirut. Show More Summary
Every two years, over 25,000 young people attend the National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC), which for the past three years has been held in Indianapolis at Lucas Oil Stadium and the Convention Center. This year there will be a Solemn High Mass in the Extraordinary Form offered at NCYC. Show More Summary
Following up on a post from yesterday, here is some more of the splendid work of the painter Ambrogio Lorenzetti (ca. 1290-1348), currently being shown at an exhibition in his native city of Siena. Altarpiece with Madonna and Child,Show More Summary
On October 14th, His Excellency Arthur Serratelli, bishop of Paterson, New Jersey, celebrated a solemn Pontifical Mass in the Extraordinary Form in the cathedral of St John the Baptist. I must confess that these photos were sent to me a while ago, and slipped through the cracks in the midst of a rather busy month; for the delay in posting them. Show More Summary
The Italian city of Siena is currently hosting a wonderful show of works by one of her great native sons, the painter Ambrogio Lorenzetti (ca. 1290-1348). The younger brother of another very talented painter, Pietro, we know fairly little about Ambrogio’s life. Show More Summary
From Matthew Alderman come these very nice photos of the Catholic Student Center at the Univ. of Madison, Wisconsin. Matthew himself designed the exterior at the aesthetic level (i.e. surface, not structure), the chapel architecture,...Show More Summary
On Tuesday, November 21st at 7:30 p.m., there will be sung a Solemn Traditional Latin Mass for the feast of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary at the Pontifical Sanctuary of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in East Harlem, New York....Show More Summary
St Josaphat Kuntsevych, né John, was martyred in the year 1623 for his ardent championship of union with Rome among the Byzantine Rite Christians of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. A member of the Basilian Order, he was made bishop of Vitebsk in 1617, at the age of only 37, and archbishop of Polotsk the following year. Show More Summary
This Wednesday, November 15th, the Dominican Friars at St. Patrick Church in Columbus, Ohio, will be celebrating a Missa Cantata for the Feast of St. Albert the Great. Mass begins at 7:00 p.m., followed by light refreshments in Patrick Hall. Fr. Stephen Dominic Hayes, O.P., will be the preacher, and Fr. Charles Shonk, O.P., will be the celebrant.
This Wednesday, November 15th, the Dominican Friars at St Patrick’s Church in Columbus, Ohio, will celebrating a Missa Cantata in the Dominican Rite for the feast of St Albert the Great. Mass begins at 7:00 p.m., followed by light refreshments in Patrick Hall. The plainchant of the Mass will be sung by the Choir of St Patrick’s. The church is located at 280 N. Grant Avenue.
Our recent photoposts for All Saints and All Souls were prepared in a bit of a rush while I was getting ready for a trip, and I overlooked these pictures of a Pontifical Requiem celebrated by His Excellency Robert Morlino, Bishop of Madison, Wisconsin. Show More Summary
Every year, as we come to the feast of St. Albert the Great on November 15, I am struck again by the enormous difference in theology between the traditional Collect for his feast (as found in MR 1962) and the rewritten Collect published in the Missal of Paul VI. Show More Summary
NLM was asked to post the following announcement for our readers in Florida.If you are near the North Palm Beach county area, join us for Mass on Mondays at 12 pm in the chapel at the Saint Peter Church in Jupiter. Also consider signing up with our mailing list by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Show More Summary
We continue with your photos of All Saints and All Souls liturgies. We have a couple of videos in this post, one of the full Requiem Mass, another of just the Dies Irae, another very vivid memento mori, and of course once again, we are happy to note the many churches using black vestments. Show More Summary
I am sure that many of our readers have read that in his Wednesday audience this week, the Pope spoke very disapprovingly of the taking of photographs during the liturgy. “The Mass is not a show: it is to go to meet the passion and resurrection of the Lord,... Show More Summary
Our thanks go once again to Roseanne T. Sullivan, this time for sharing with us her interview with our own Dr Peter Kwasniewski, concerning his recent book.RTS: In your new book Noble Beauty, Transcendent Holiness: Why the Modern Age Needs the Mass of Ages (Angelico Press, 2017), you write as an unabashed apologist for the traditional Latin Mass. Show More Summary
As was the case last year, we received many more photographs of All Souls liturgies than All Saints, and once again, it’s great to see that all of them have black vestments. We start off with some very impressive memento mori decorations from our friends in the TLM community in Malta. Show More Summary
On Saturday, November 11th, His Lordship Marcus Stock, the Bishop of Leeds, England, will offer a Solemn Pontifical Mass of Requiem in the traditional rite in St Ann’s Cathedral in Leeds. The Mass will begin at 3 pm; the church is located on Cookridge Street.