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Restoring the Sacred in Catholic Art

Members of the Catholic Art Guild touring the Art Institute of Chicago An organization dedicated to the restoration of the Sacred in the visual arts has been established at St. John Cantius Church in Chicago, a parish known for its renaissance...Show More Summary

The Problem of “Spiritual Illiteracy”

If you cannot read, every book is a closed book: you cannot see the meaning. Someone who cannot read Arabic or Cyrillic just sees a bunch of swirly shapes that convey no message, except perhaps: “What interesting designs! Ah, but they...Show More Summary

Introducing the Metropolitan Catholic Chorale

I am delighted to share with readers of the NLM in the New York metro area and beyond a little bit about a new initiative. The Metropolitan Catholic Chorale (MCC) is dedicated to singing the Catholic Church’s treasury of sacred music—Gregorian...Show More Summary

1909 Dominican Rite Breviary Available for Download

I am happy to announce that, through the kindness of the author of Breviarium S.O.P. and Mr. Richard Chonak, I am now able to make available for download pdf versions of the edition of the Breviarium juxta Ritum S. Ordinis Praedicatorum published at the direction of Bl. Show More Summary

Tenebrae at Wyoming Catholic College

For the past seven years, the Wyoming Catholic College community has participated in the traditional Tenebrae service for Maundy Thursday on Wednesday of Holy Week. This year, with the enthusiastic agreement of the Schola, we added the Tenebrae service on Friday night for Holy Saturday. Show More Summary

The Readings and Solemn Prayers of the Novus Ordo Good Friday Liturgy

Previous articles in this series:- On the Mass of the Presanctified.- On the 1955 “Solemn Liturgical Action” of Good Friday.- On the ceremonial aspects of the Novus Ordo Good Friday Ritual. The Gelasian Sacramentary has two prayers for...Show More Summary

Holy Thursday Photopost 2017

A blessed Easter week to all our readers! We now begin our annual Holy Week photoposts. Look forward to the rest in the next few days! St Peter - Steubenville, Ohio Brotherhood of the Blessed Sacrament St Theresa’s Home for the Aged - Singapore St. Show More Summary

The Theology of the Novus Ordo Good Friday Liturgy

This article continues an ongoing series on the theology of the various Good Friday rites, covering that of the Novus Ordo. I have decide to break it into two parts, this one on the ceremonial aspects of the rite; the next part will discuss the textual changes. Show More Summary

Yale Conference on Medieval Rites This Weekend

This weekend, the Institute of Sacred Music at Yale University will host a conference which promises to be very interesting, entitled “Medieval Rites: Reading the Writing.” The subject is the actual use of liturgical manuscripts within rituals, apart from what the mere text says. Show More Summary

Inculturation Through Tradition - Guest Article by Claudio Salvucci

Our thanks to Mr Claudio Salvucci for sharing this article with NLM. One sometimes meets with the notion that “traditional Catholicism”, as understood today, is wholly unsuited to the non-European mind. One prominent professor and musician...Show More Summary

Catching Up With the Artists in the Sacristy

Back in January, we ran a post of photos sent by Fr Jeffrey Keyes, who serves as chaplain to the Marian Sisters of Santa Rosa at the Regina Pacis Convent in Santa Rosa, California. They show a nice thing which their sacristans do each morning when laying out the Mass vestments, namely, making designs out of the ties of the amice. Show More Summary

Bethlehem Icon Centre Featured in Daily Mail, Times of Israel, Yahoo News and...Drudge!

It was with pleasure and surprise that I noticed that an article about the Bethlehem Icon Centre, its founder and director, Ian Knowles, and its patron, the Melkite Byzantine Catholic Bishop of Jerusalem, has caught the imagination during Holy Week. Show More Summary

Resurrection Concert Series of Ukrainian Sacred Music

This April 19th-22nd, over 50 singers from Canada, the United States, and Ukraine will be presenting Resurrection: Music from the Ukrainian Sacred Choral Tradition in Toronto, Rochester, Philadelphia, and New York. This concert series will showcase the new composition for a setting of a Resurrectional Divine Liturgy by Ukrainian Catholic priest Fr. Show More Summary

Mass in Honor of Msgr Schuler At St Agnes This Sunday

This Thursday, April 20th, marks the tenth anniversary of the death of Monsignor Richard Schuler. The church of St Agnes in Minneapolis-St Paul, where he served as pastor from 1969-2001, will have a Mass this coming Sunday, the Octave...Show More Summary

Medieval Paschal Candle Holder

I was pleased to hear recently that as a result of an article last January, Gina Switzer received orders from around the country for just over 30 paschal candles. When she was telling me about this, she also mentioned that she had seen...Show More Summary

A Tour of the Bernardikapelle in Vienna

In my recent visit to Vienna for a liturgical study day sponsored by Una Voce Austria, I spent a morning walking around the center of the city with an old friend, Pater Edmund Waldstein, O.Cist., whose name will be known to some from his blog Sancrucensis. Show More Summary

Easter Sunday 2017

Scimus Christum surrexisse a mortuis vere; Tu nobis, Victor rex, miserere. Amen. Alleluia! We know that Christ has truly risen from the dead; do Thou, victorious King, have mercy on us. Amen. Alleluia!To all of our readers, we wish for...Show More Summary

Dominican Rite Hand Missal Reprinted

The Title Page of the Missal I have often been asked whether it would be possible to reprint the Saint Dominic Missal, originally printed in 1959 by the Eastern Dominican Province. Some time ago, I mentioned that though the labors of Fr Sebastian White, O.P., a member of that province, had provided me with a very clean PDF of that hand missal. Show More Summary

Holy Saturday 2017

Weep not over me, Mother, as Thou beholdest me in the tomb, Thy Son whom Thou didst conceive in the womb without seed; for I shall rise and be glorified, and as God, shall unceasingly exalt in glory them that magnify Thee in faith and love. Show More Summary

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