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Registration for Fota Conference in July Now Open

St Colman’s Society for Catholic Liturgy is pleased to announce that the Fota X International Liturgy Conference will be held in Cork, Ireland, July 8-10, 2017.The subject of the conference is Resourcing the Prayers of the Roman Liturgy:...Show More Summary

Palm Sunday Photopost 2017 (Part 1)

As always, thanks to all of our readers who sent in photographs of their Palm Sunday liturgies! Once again, we have a good mix of many different aspects of our Catholic liturgical rites, OF and EF, the Ordinariate Use, and a little bit of the Byzantine Rite. Show More Summary

Cardinal Sarah: Many Church leaders ‘underestimate the serious crisis that the Church is going through’

The Church will continue to 'self-destruct' at the hands of 'high-ranking prelates' unless Catholics rediscover the real presence of Christ in liturgy, the Cardinal said.

Call for Papers - Society for Catholic Liturgy

Call for PapersThe Liturgy and Post-Modernity2017 Annual Conference of the Society for Catholic Liturgy Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul and the Archdiocesan Pastoral Center Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaSeptember...Show More Summary

Fota X Liturgical Conference in Ireland, July 8-10

St Colman’s Society for Catholic Liturgy is pleased to announce that the Fota X International Liturgy Conference will be held in Cork, Ireland, July 8-10, 2017. The subject of the conference is Resourcing the Prayers of the Roman Liturgy:...Show More Summary

St Gregory Palamas and St Thomas Aquinas

Those who read the previous piece about the Melkite Greek Catholic liturgy with Bishop Nicholas in Berkeley today will have read this already, but it was buried away at the bottom of the piece, and it occured to me that some who don't...Show More Summary

The Fixity of Liturgical Forms as an Incentive to Prayer and Lectio Divina

Catholics who assist at the traditional liturgy of the Church quickly come to love one monumental fact about it: its stability, regularity, constancy. With a few exceptions due to local calendars or unannounced votive Masses, one can...Show More Summary

Interview on the Role of Choirs in the Catholic Church

Earlier this week, Aleteia published a two-part interview with me "all about choirs" — their historical origin and role in the liturgy, the special qualities of polyphonic music, the pro-choir teaching of the Second Vatican Council,Show More Summary

Dom Benedict Andersen's Lecture on Benedictine Liturgical Ideals and the New Evangelisation

Dom Benedict Andersen, Sub-Prior of Silverstream Monastery in Ireland, gave a lecture at the last Society for Catholic Liturgy conference and has asked NLM to make available a link to the audio recording. I will say this much: the talk is dynamite. Show More Summary

Gaudete and Rorate Photopost (Part 1) - Zeal for Catholic Tradition

The response to our request for photos of Gaudete Sunday liturgies and Rorate Masses has been really remarkable, much greater than it was last year, and there are enough that we will make at least two posts of them, possibly three. If...Show More Summary

Melkite Liturgy on Campus of UC Berkeley, This Saturday 5pm

Fr Sebastian Carnazzo of St Elias Melkite Catholic Church, Los Gatos, California, has instituted an Outreach Divine Liturgy on the campus of University of California, Berkeley, which will be held this Saturday, Dec 3rd, at 5pm, in the...Show More Summary

The Dies Irae in English

One of the gifts which the Church has received through the promulgation of the Ordinariate Liturgy is a model for vernacular liturgy that preserves some of the great treasures of the Catholic liturgical tradition, treasures which in one way or another were lost to the liturgical reform. Show More Summary

Eucharistic Procession for All Saints and Mass for All Souls at Wyoming Catholic College

This past November 1, the students of Wyoming Catholic College organized a beautiful Eucharistic Procession through the downtown of the city of Lander and up to the parish church of Holy Rosary (where many collegiate liturgies are conducted). Show More Summary

The Year of the Con: When the Civil Calendar and the Liturgy of Hours Align

Hillary Clinton, Archbishop of New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan and Donald Trump pray (Reuters Photo: Carlos Barria) T he Liturgy of the Hours, the Catholic Church’s daily prayer, is something like the German Enigma coding machine, in that it has several cycles, as Enigma had disks, rotating simultaneously. Show More Summary

Are Traditional Catholics “Weird”?

How often have we heard it said, in one way or another, that traditional Catholics are “weird” because of the way we dress, the things we are earnest about, our devotion to liturgy, our adherence to the old ways, our tendency to withdraw...Show More Summary

Society for Catholic Liturgy - L.A. Conference - Registration Deadline Sept. 6

Registration Deadline: Tuesday, September 6thThe Liturgy and the New EvangelizationSeptember 29 - October 1, 2016We hope you'll be able to join us for the Society for Catholic Liturgy's Annual Conference held this year at Our Lady of the Angels Cathedral in Los Angeles, California. Show More Summary

Society for Catholic Liturgy Conference 2016 - Los Angeles Cathedral - Sept 29 to Oct 1

The Society for Catholic Liturgy is pleased to announce its 2016 annual conference, to be held at Our Lady of the Angels Cathedral in Los Angeles. September 29 – October 1, 2016 www.liturgysociety.orgWe are especially pleased to host...Show More Summary

A Personal Note of Thanks

I recently attended the ninth edition of the Fota International Liturgical Conference in Cork, Ireland, which is organized each year by the St Colman’s Society for Catholic Liturgy. The theme of the conference this year was Liturgy and...Show More Summary

Card. Burke to Deliver Keynote Address at Fota IX

St. Colman’s Society for Catholic Liturgy is pleased to announce that His Eminence Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke will open the Fota IX International Liturgy Conference to be held in Cork, Ireland, July 9-11, 2016, and deliver the keynote...Show More Summary

“The Virgin Mary in Liturgy, Literature and Life” - Conference in France with Bp. Schneider

Chavagnes International College, a Catholic boarding school for boys located in Chavagnes-en-Paillers in western France (near Nantes), will host a conference entitled “The Virgin Mary in Liturgy, Literature and Life,” from August 1-5, commemmorating the 300th anniversary of the death of St Louis Grignot de Montfort. Show More Summary

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