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Back to the Future? No Thanks, I've Been There! NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - February 16, 2017 ... did not envision the reaction it received when it published an article by Fr Peter Stravinskas entitled, " How the Ordinary Form of the Mass can 'Enrich' the Extraordinary Form. " The comments section on this opinion piece is still receiving responses. My immediate reaction when I read it was: Haven't we been here before? Indeed, when one looks at the alterations Fr Stravinskas suggests, they've been done. The seven-year period before the implementation of the so-called Missa ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/IS2-pAx4spE/back-to-future-no-thanks-ive-been-there.html

A Trinity of Bad Hygiene CRISIS MAGAZINE - February 13, 2017 ... "Kiss of Peace" or the "Sign of Peace" at the Novus Ordo Mass. It's actually painfully awkward. And during this high-point of cold-and-flu-season, it does those of us with low-immune systems no favors. In fact, it can actually do harm in the passing on germs. However, it follows a pattern of bad hygiene in the New Mass that culminates with Holy Communion in the hand and dozens of people drinking from the same chalice, so I suppose that at least it is ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/Bfu6Wek-KHg/trinity-bad-hygiene

A New Regular TLM in the Diocese of Arlington, Virginia NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - February 8, 2017 Our thanks to Mr Ryan Ellis for sending in this report of a newly established regular celebration of the Traditional Latin Mass. St Rita's Parish in Alexandria, Virginia, in the Diocese of Arlington, has long been known as the most liturgically traditional parish in the area. It features the Traditional Latin Mass on two weeknights Tuesday and Thursday, occasionally on Holy Days, solemn vespers on Friday night, and a regular ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/P9KHj_lCO0w/a-new-regular-tlm-in-diocese-of.html

The Liturgical Rollercoaster: A Recent Proposal for 14 "Improvements" to the TLM NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - February 6, 2017 ... Latin Mass Be Improved—And Should It Even Be Attempted?" Before I go into the 14 items, I will say that I appreciate Fr. Stravinskas' honesty in admitting that the Novus Ordo has almost nothing to do with what the Council Fathers described in Sacrosanctum Concilium, even though we also know that Bugnini and Co. created enough loopholes in the document to drive a fleet of lorries through it. Without further ado: 1. Adoption of the revised lectionary It is ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/P5tmLQ58zlY/the-liturgical-rollercoaster-recent.html

"There Will Be Blood" - Lessons on Introducing Good Music Into a Parish NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - January 31, 2017 ... the chief. Step One: A spirit of trust and cooperation between pastor and music director. It's got to flow both ways. The resources that Fr. Byrd had inherited when he came to Our Lady of the Mountains were dismal. The Third Edition of the Roman Missal gave us the opportunity we needed to cast aside some of the less-than-adequate books that were in the pews and look at some of the new hymnals and missals that were being published. A committee was formed to evaluate several hymnals based on a ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/0FmkAtOdOjI/there-will-be-blood-lessons-on.html

Review of Index Lectionum by Roseanne Sullivan NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - January 25, 2017 ... publication of the new missal with the same name in 1970, altered the Mass in many ways. One of the most significant differences between the Mass of 1969 (which is now called the Ordinary Form) [1], and the Mass according to the Missale Romanum of 1962 (which is now called the Extraordinary Form) was the introduction of many more Scripture readings along with many changes to where and how much of the previously included readings were used in ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/DWuaW9oOnsI/review-of-index-lectionum-by-roseanne.html

The Fixity of Liturgical Forms As an Incentive to Prayer and Lectio Divina NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - January 23, 2017 ... which Mass in the missal is being celebrated—and then know, with certainty, exactly how that Mass will unfold for the remaining half-hour or hour, since everything is fixed in place. What a consolation to know that the celebrant is not being asked to exhibit the state of his mind in extemporaneous remarks, or his pastoral judgment in choices between this or that prayer! The Mass is simply the Mass —older, greater, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/Xam0kPL3BSA/the-fixity-of-liturgical-forms-as.html

Want to Know the History Behind Today's Feast of the Epiphany? CLERICAL WHISPERS - January 6, 2017 ... feast marking the end of Christmas is called "Epiphany." In the Latin Rite of the Catholic Church, Epiphany celebrates the revelation that Jesus was the Son of God. It focuses primarily on this revelation to the Three Wise Men, but also in his baptism in the Jordan and at the wedding at Cana. In the Eastern rites of the Catholic Church, Theophany – as Epiphany is known in the East – commemorates the manifestation of Jesus' divinity at his Baptism in the River ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/01/want-to-know-history-behind-todays.html

Latin Mass Tip: Read the English CATHOLICISM FOR EVERYONE - January 5, 2017 ... and making the Latin Mass more approachable. One of the things that I like to do is especially when the priest is doing silent prayer and there is silence in the church is to read the English side of the prayer book to keep track of where the priest is and to follow along with the Mass. I find this extremely beneficial because you are engaging your mind and your soul in participating in the Mass. I will also do this during ...http://holymotherchurch.blogspot.com/2017/01/latin-mass-tip-read-english.html

Interview on the Role of Choirs in the Catholic Church NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - January 5, 2017 ... comfort zone, where we can take much for granted, where "half-listening" is terribly easy. On the other hand, when people encounter Latin in the liturgy, this strange and hieratic language often compels them to sit up and pay attention, to wonder what is being said and why. The very language proclaims that we are engaged in an act that is not an ordinary affair, that we are entering a time and space set aside, consecrated to God alone. [T]he faithful may internalize the chants ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/PAQbwHkqjI4/interview-on-role-of-choirs-in-catholic.html

Christ-Mass: Day 9 (The Holy Name of Jesus) MAN WITH BLACK HAT - January 2, 2017 http://manwithblackhat.blogspot.com/2017/01/christ-mass-day-9-holy-name-of-jesus.html

Six Years Ago, Prospects for the ROTR Looked Bright: A Letter From January 2011 NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - January 2, 2017 ... owes to the Catholic world a clarification that both explains the meaning and history of the ad orientem stance and clearly underlines that any priest may, at any time, celebrate Mass ad orientem. It seems that many priests are uncertain about whether they are allowed to do so; certainly many bishops do not seem to understand that this is practice is compatible with, and even preferred for, the Roman Rite in either of its forms. The Roman Canon The Fathers of the Council of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/-lqQzsbDG_M/six-years-ago-prospects-for-rotr-looked.html

The Christmas Story in Opus Anglicanum THE INN AT THE END OF THE WORLD - December 26, 2016 ... winter solstice rituals. Houses were decorated with evergreens like ivy, mistletoe and holly, sumptuous banquets were held, and singing and dancing were important parts of the Christmas season. Christmas imagery appears throughout medieval art, and particularly on richly-worked and intricate opus anglicanum (Latin for 'English work'), one of the most important art forms of the period. These embroideries were often used to decorate church vestments (garments ...http://thesixbells.blogspot.com/2016/12/the-christmas-story-in-opus-anglicanum.html

7QT: The End of 2016 Edition MARTIN FAMILY MOMENTS - December 23, 2016 ... and follows every football team imaginable. He is constantly asking me why he's not allowed to play football, and vows he will just play in college since I won't let him do it until then. Eamon lives in a perfect Catholic bubble that allows him to want to be a priest and be celebrated for vocalizing that. Between his home life, school life, and church life, everyone supports him and is praying for his vocation. It's so important he has this as he is a quiet(ish) boy who could easily get ...http://martinfamilymoments.blogspot.com/2016/12/7qt-end-of-2016-edition.html

Breaking Bad! Missalette Music Is a Significant Cause of Shrinking Congregations NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - December 13, 2016 ... Mass. And in my opinion, it is the style of music offered by the most common pew missalettes that is contributing most powerfully to that decline. I am talking about a style of music that seems to have started to develop around the late 1960s, and sounds to me like a sort of fusion of American folk (vintage 1967), 19th century pop classics, Broadway musicals, with a hint of Victorian hymnody thrown in for good measure. Whatever you call the genre, it is responsible, I believe, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/O3tbgaioHWA/breaking-bad-missalette-music-is.html

Collegium Sanctorum Angelorum: Announcing a New College for Traditional Catholics A CATHOLIC LIFE - November 26, 2016 ... Curriculum of the Collegium will include a liberal arts core of 90 credits (of a total of 120). The final 30 credits will offer students a limited selection of electives and curricular emphases. (See more details at http://www.collegiumsanctorumangelorum.org/the-collegium ) The Collegium will also provide a formation in Catholic living through regular prayer (including Mass and parts of the Divine Office), opportunities for every student to work in support of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/HbbJMiJWX30/collegium-sanctorum-angelorum.html

The Dies Irae in English NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - November 22, 2016 ... Mass for All Souls' Day celebrated at Incarnation Catholic Church in Orlando, Florida , celebrated ad orientem and in black vestments; particularly noteworthy is the singing of the famous sequence of the Requiem Mass, the Dies irae , in an English translation which perfectly preserves the music of the Latin original (starting at 9:57). Anglo-Catholic church produced quite a lot of music which the English-speaking Catholic world would have done ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/bUwNJKYiZEQ/the-dies-irae-in-english.html

All Saints' Day BATTLE BEADS BLOG - November 1, 2016 ... The choice of the day may have been intended to co-opt the pagan holiday "Feast of the Lamures," a day which pagans used to placate the restless spirits of the dead. The holy day was eventually established on November 1 by Pope Gregory III in the mid-eighth century as a day dedicated to the saints and their relics. The May 13 celebration was subsequently abandoned. In Ireland, the Church celebrated All Saints' Day on April 20, to avoid associating the day with the traditional harvest festivals ...http://battlebeads.blogspot.com/2016/11/all-saints-day.html

Cupich: Rotten Fruit for the Church A CATHOLIC LIFE - October 30, 2016 Let us pray for an end of this scourge on the Catholics of the Archdiocese of Chicago before Chicago - home to the most Latin Masses of any American city - sees the Ancient Liturgy removed steadily from the Faithful. Kyrie eleison! From the SSPX website : Archbishop Blase Cupich has been one of the rising figures in the Catholic Church, and will be made even more prominent this fall. Chicago Archbishop and Cardinal-elect Blase Cupich encouraged his fellow bishops to ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/zmlOc8xR2bA/cupich-rotten-fruit-for-church.html