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EF Triduum in Philadelphia

The Sacred Triduum will be celebrated in the Extraordinary Form at Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church in Philadelphia, with the Holy Thursday Liturgy on April 17 at 7 p.m., the Good Friday Liturgy on April 18 at 5:00 p.m. and the Holy Saturday Liturgy (the Easter Vigil) on April 19 at 5:00 p.m. Show More Summary

Introducing a New NLM Contributor - Prof. Kyle Washut

We are very pleased indeed to welcome a new member of our writing staff, Prof. Kyle Washut of Wyoming Catholic College, as our first contributor specializing in the Byzantine Liturgy. Prof Washut has already given us some interesting articles in the past few months, on the pre-festal days of Christmas and the Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts. Show More Summary

The Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts: Guest Article by Dr. Kyle Washut

We are grateful once again to Dr. Kyle Washut of Wyoming Catholic College for a new series of articles on one of the most beautiful aspects of the Byzantine Rite, the Lenten Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts. This year, the date ofShow More Summary

FOTA VII Conference Announcement

St. Colman’s Society for Catholic Liturgy is pleased to announce that the Fota VII International Liturgy Conference will take place in Cork, Ireland, 5-7 July 2014. The theme of the conference is In Persona Christi Agens: Aspects ofShow More Summary

Several Liturgical Events from Melbourne, Australia from December

Recently, the active the Catholic Community of Bl. John Henry Newman in Melbourne has had several liturgies of note, including a solemn Mass for the feast of St. Nicholas and Solemn Vespers for the Feast of the Immaculae Coception.For the Mass, the schola sung Mass IV, and motets Sicut Cervus (Palestrina) and Ave Verum Corpus (Byrd). Show More Summary

The Liturgy, Fifty Years after Sacrosanctum Concilium - An Interview with Dom Alcuin Reid

The website of Catholic World Report has an excellent interview with Dom Alcuin Reid on the legacy of Sacrosanctum Concilium, published last Friday on the document’s 50th anniversary. Here are a few excerpts (with my emphases): CWR:SC was the first of the 16 documents of the Council. Show More Summary

Reminder: Norcia Calendars for 2014

On this feast of Saint Nicholas, when in many parts of the Catholic world it has been a centuries-old custom to give small gifts, it occurred to me to remind fellow lovers of the liturgy that the 2014 Calendar from the Monks of Norcia...Show More Summary

Gaudete Sunday - Liturgical Formation Seminars in Hong Kong

The Tridentine Liturgy Community of the Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong “Mary Help of Christians” is offering a series of liturgical formation seminars, the first of which will take place next Sunday. His Excellency Athanasius Schneider,...Show More Summary

Byzantine Divine Liturgy at Wyoming Catholic College

Bishop Nowakowski preaching the homily This past weekend, students, faculty, and staff of Wyoming Catholic College had the great privilege and joy of welcoming the Most Reverend Ken Nowakowski, Bishop of the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of New Westminster. Show More Summary

Bishop Conley on Beauty, Tradition, Liturgy, and Evangelization

Excerpts from an article by Catholic News Agency: Beauty must play a central role in our efforts for evangelization and cultural renewal, because it is a gift from God to lead us to him, Bishop James D. Conley said in an address at a recent apologetics conference. “Our New Evangelization must work to make truth beautiful. Show More Summary

Bishop Joseph Perry speaks to the Society for Catholic Liturgy

The meeting of the Society for Catholic Liturgy, 3-5 October, will take place on the campus of Mundelein Seminary near Chicago and Bishop Joseph Perry, Auxiliary of Chicago, will be the keynote speaker. See below for a PDF of the schedule and talks. SCL 2013 Registration With Schedule

Continuity and Discontinuity in Liturgy and Theology

The fundamental problem in modern Catholic theology, as in modern Catholic worship and life, is rupture and discontinuity with Tradition—that is, the modernism of breaking with the living identity of the past by introducing novelties of various kinds. Show More Summary

CNS Covers Monks of Norcia

Recently, Catholic News Service covered our friends, the Monks of Norcia. The first is about their brewing business, and the second about their liturgy and music, and beauty in particular.

St. Henry Catholic Church in Buckeye, Arizona

Wonderful things are happening at the St. Henry Catholic Church in Buckeye, Arizona. Pastor Fr. William J. Kosco is introducing a wonderful reform in liturgy and music and thereby attracting ever higher Mass attendance and support from the community. Buckeye is a small, mostly hispanic, rural community southwest of Phoenix. Show More Summary

The Everyday Catholic's Guide to the Liturgy of the Hours by Daria Sockey

Awaking the Dawn--Morning PrayerMorning Prayer is one of the two principal Hours of the day on which the day's liturgy--and our own day--should hang. Hence, the Church's reference to Morning and Evening Prayer as the "hinges" of the liturgical day. Show More Summary

See You in Saint Paul in October!

The countdown to the registration deadline has begun for "The Renewal of Sacred Music and the Liturgy in the Catholic Church: Movements Old and New," a conference hosted by the CMAA in Saint Paul October 13-15, 2013. From...Show More Summary

Why Do We Care About Beautiful Things?

It has long struck me as strange that so many people in the Catholic world seem to consider the love and longing for beauty in the liturgy to be a matter of reproach. The traditional Catholic is written off as, at best, a hopeless romantic,...Show More Summary

Liturgy and Evangelism - Prince of Peace Parish in SC

A story from the National Catholic Register today highlights a parish which celebrates both forms of the Roman rite, as well as the ability of liturgy well-celebrated to attract people to the Catholic faith. The parish — with a profound and deep love for the liturgy, solid catechesis, an active apostolate to the poor through its St. Show More Summary

The Essence of a Catholic Education is a Formation in the Liturgy

How do you teach Catholic engineering? How do you train a plumber to be a Catholic plumber? Is there such a thing? The answer it seems is very simple, but very powerful: it lies in a formation in the liturgy and making the connection between the liturgy and the culture (of which these occupations are part). Show More Summary

The "dangers and limitations of archaeologism" and other matters

In a wonderful and extended interview with Dom Alcuin Reid that appears in the Catholic World Report, Dom Reid says of Sacra Liturgy 2013: CWR: What are the most evident fruits of the conference? Dom Reid: In some ways that question is premature. Show More Summary

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