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Archived Since:February 4, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Populus Summorum Pontificum - Mass of St Raphael at Ss.ma Trinità dei Pellegrini

Yesterday evening, the crowd of pilgrims who attended the Mass at the FSSP’s Roman parish, Ss.ma Trinità dei Pellegrini, was simply too big for me to get near the altar to take any good pictures of the ceremony; the church was literally full to overflowing. Show More Summary

Populus Summorum Pontificum - Vespers at Ss.ma Trinità dei Pellegrini

For the opening of the Populus Summorum Pontificum pilgrimage, His Grace Archbishop Guido Pozzo, Secretary of the Ecclesia Dei Commission, presided over the celebration of a Votive Vespers of St Raphael the Archangel, one of the patrons of pilgrims and travelers. Show More Summary

A Marian Pilgrimage in Hungary

On October 11th, His Excellency Lajos Varga, auxiliary bishop of the diocese of Vác in Hungary, celebrated a Pontifical High Mass for the 5th time at Hungary’s Franciscan-run national Marian shrine, Mátraverebély – Szentkút, for the conclusion of the annual traditional pilgrimage “Peregrinatio Fidei”. Show More Summary

Photopost: Reader Photographs of Recent Events

We are always very glad to receive photographs of your liturgical events, apart from those which we specifically request for major feasts, be they OF, EF, or Eastern Rite. Here are some from three different recent submissions. Solemn...Show More Summary

The Feast of St Luke the Evangelist

Forasmuch as many have taken in hand to set forth in order a narration of the things that have been accomplished among us, according as they have delivered them unto us, who from the beginning were eyewitnesses and ministers of the word;...Show More Summary

“Fearless Heralds of the Truth” - The Third Day of a Synod, from the 1595 Pontifical of Clement VIII

The third day of the synod begins as the first two. After Mass, a faldstool is placed before the altar, and the bishop, in cope and precious miter, accompanied by deacon and subdeacon, kneels before the altar, and intones the same antiphon...Show More Summary

Program of Events for "Populus Summorum Pontificum" Next Weekend in Rome and Norcia

The Populus Summorum Pontificum pilgrimage will take place next weekend in Rome and Norcia, with a large number of liturgical events scheduled from October 23-26. A flyer with all the information in English can be downloaded here, and a map with the locations of the various events can be consulted here.Thursday, October 23, 7:15 pmAt the F.S.S.P. Show More Summary

RIP Jacques and Simone Wach, Parents of the Prior General of the ICK

Via the blogs Notions Romaines and Sancta Trinitas Unus Deus, I learned today that the parents of Msgr. Gilles Wach, Prior General of the Institute of Christ the King, both passed away very recently, Mrs Simone Wach on September 7th, and Mr Jacques Wach on Monday. Show More Summary

The Order for a Synod, from the 1595 Pontifical of Clement VIII (Second Day)

The second day of the synod begins with the same ceremony as the first, although it is not specifically stated in the rubrics that the Mass of the day is to be the Mass of the Holy Spirit. When this is over, a faldstool is placed before...Show More Summary

Pontifical Requiem Mass in Madison - November 3

On November 3rd, Bishop Robert Morlino will be celebrating a Pontifical Requiem for All Souls Day at 7pm at the Bishop O'Connor Center in Madison, WI. Victoria's Requiem a4 will be sung. I hope those in the area will be able to attend this rare treat!

The Order for a Synod, from the 1595 Pontifical of Clement VIII (First Day)

It occurred to me that, with the Extraordinary Synod currently going on, and making headlines almost on an hourly basis, our readers might find interesting the traditional order for holding a synod, according to the 1595 Pontifical of Clement VIII. Show More Summary

NPR Story on Youth and the Traditional Latin Mass, Juventutem Miami

WLRN, the Miami NPR affiliate has just published a story about the attraction of youth to the Traditional Latin Mass and the local Juventutem chapter. The radio version of the complete story is available on the WLRN article page. With...Show More Summary

The EF Comes Home to Yet Another Church : Saint Joachim in Madera, CA

Out thanks to Fr Gustavo López OSJ, associate pastor at Saint Joachim Church in Madera, California, (Diocese of Fresno), for sending us these photographs of the Mass celebrated in the Extraordinary Form on October 3rd, the first time has been celebrated in that church since the post-Conciliar reforms. Show More Summary

Forty Hours at St John Cantius

These photos were taken at the Opening Mass of Forty Hours Devotion at St John Cantius, Chicago on October 19, 2014. A Solemn High Tridentine Latin Mass with the Resurrection Choir and Orchestra singing Hadyn’s “Theresienmesse” - Mass No. Show More Summary

An EF Education Resource: Catholic Paper Dolls from 1943

The blog of Catholic Extension magazine has posted links to a whole series of reproductions of pages from an edition of the magazine printed in 1943. Each of them contains a series of paper-dolls, including a priest, an altar boy, and...Show More Summary

Rome Presentation of the Sacra Liturgia 2013 Proceedings

Sacra Liturgia is pleased to announce the presentation of the Italian and English editions of the Proceedings of Sacra Liturgia 2013, on Friday, November 21, from 7:30 p.m. – 9 p.m. in the Sala Camino of the Hotel Columbus, Via della...Show More Summary

Pictures of a Mural of the Crowning of the Virgin from Malaga, Spain

The artist Raul Berzosa has sent me the following pictures of his recently completed project. It is of the ceiling of the Oratory of the Brotherhood of Our Lady of Sorrows, Málaga, Spain. It took him a year to paint, the work, all in...Show More Summary

Music Competition for Young Composers

This just came in from Joseph Shaw of the Latin Mass Society of England and Wales. Matthew Schellhorn, a professional musician very active in promoting the traditional liturgy in England, has recently created a prize for a new composition, for a ‘Latin Eucharistic text’. Show More Summary

Photopost Request: Christ the King (EF)

As you know, the feast of Christ the King in the older calendar is celebrated this Sunday, so we will be doing a photopost for the feast. Please send in your photos to photopost@newliturgicalmovement.org.

Original Beuronese Murals for Sale

NLM reader James Vogel has contacted me to let me know the availability of an original set of 15 murals painted early in the 20th century.The Beuronese style began in the 19th century at a Benedictine monastery in the town of Beuron in Germany. Show More Summary

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