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Cardinal Burke Insists He Is Serving Francis, Not Opposing Him SANCTE PATER - August 23, 2016 ... 'the enemy of the pope' and so forth. I have never been and I am not presently the enemy of the pope," Burke told RNS by telephone recently from his home state of Wisconsin, where he was spending time this summer. "I have never, in anything I've said, shown disrespect to the papal office, because the Catholic Church doesn't exist without the office of Peter," he said, referring to the apostle who Catholic tradition views as the first bishop of Rome and therefore the first pope in an unbroken ...http://www.sanctepater.com/2016/08/cardinal-burke-insists-he-is-serving.html

Polyphony Summer School in Ireland NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - August 18, 2016 ... could all read music but who had not yet been singing polyphony - the Lassus Scholars of the future! As you will see from the series of 4 videos they really did very well - they even sang Isaac for the Communio. On Thursday August 11th, they began work on ALL the music which they were able to sing only 4 days at Mass on August 14th, as you can see in this video; some singers from the outside had never sight-read choral music before, though most had some experience in playing ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/kmCaG1i1D3k/polyphony-summer-school-in-ireland.html

Looking for Accessible English Polyphony? Check Out English Motets for the Church Year NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - August 10, 2016 ... "Dixit Maria," and Tallis's "If ye love me." But Heath Morber has added a new tool to the arsenal. He has already enriched the choral repertoire with his book Bread of Angels ( reviewed here ) and now he is back with another wonderful collection of two- and three-part music, English Motets for the Church Year: Choral Works Adapted from the Renaissance Masters . The concept is simple: Morber has carefully sifted through a vast array of Latin motets and Mass ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/SG0WGOpm7_k/looking-for-accessible-english.html

A First in English: Cardinal Bacci's Address to the Council on Latin and the Vernacular in the Liturgy RORATE CÆLI - August 8, 2016 The following is the speech Cardinal Bacci gave at the Council in October 1962 on Latin the use of the vernacular in the Sacred Liturgy of the Latin Church. Bacci's name has, of course, been linked with one of the most important liturgical documents in the post-Conciliar years, the so-called Ottaviani Intervention or Short Critical Study on the New Order of Mass, delivered in 1969 under his and Cardinal Ottaviani's name to Paul VI. The ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2016/08/a-first-in-english-cardinal-baccis.html

A Call for the Silent Canon: Praying the Eucharistic Prayer in a Quiet Voice THE NEW THEOLOGICAL MOVEMENT - July 19, 2016 ... – that is all too evident. [...] silence, too, silence especially, might constitute communion before God." (Spirit of the Liturgy, part 4, chapter 2) The Silent Canon prior to Vatican II In the more than 1,000 years prior to the Second Vatican Council, the Eucharistic Prayer was said in a quiet voice in the Latin Church – so as to create silence at that highest moment of the Mass. The liturgical directives specified that the priest would say these ...http://newtheologicalmovement.blogspot.com/2016/07/a-call-for-silent-canon-praying.html

How to Celebrate Mass "Ad Orientem" THE NEW THEOLOGICAL MOVEMENT - July 12, 2016 ... face together in the same direction toward the front of the church for those parts of the Mass which are addressed directly to God. Most recently, the Prefect for the Congregation for the Divine Liturgy has asked priests to implement ad orientem worship as soon as possible, hopefully at least by the First Sunday of Advent - for this is an act of true renewal and "is something good for the Church and the people of God." Many priests will be asking, how exactly ...http://newtheologicalmovement.blogspot.com/2016/07/how-to-celebrate-mass-ad-orientem.html

Boniface: "Never Has a Papacy Been So Irrelevant to My Faith As This One" MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - June 22, 2016 I am sorry to say that parts of this post resonate with me. In fact, I sometimes wonder why so many continue to obsess over this papacy. I love the Church and the office of the papacy, but I've lost nearly all interest in following the most recent statements by this particular pontiff. I don't consider them in any way essential to my spiritual life as a Catholic. But see for yourself what you think of Boniface's post: Boniface, " I Give Up " ( Unam Sanctam Catholicam , ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2016/06/boniface-never-has-papacy-been-so.html

Traditionalist Catholics and Their Musical Blind Spot THE FIFTH COLUMN - June 10, 2016 I frequently see traditionalists bemoan the fact that no one wears suits and head scarves to Mass anymore. There's no proper respect shown, it's all part of the Freemasonic reforms of the Second Vatican Council, etc. But, oddly enough, I never hear them complain about this: 13. On the same principle it follows that singers in church have a real liturgical office, and that therefore women, being incapable of exercising such office, cannot be admitted to form part of the choir ...http://skellmeyer.blogspot.com/2016/06/traditionalist-catholics-and-their.html

Corpus Christi 2016 MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - May 29, 2016 ... be light", and there was light. This is the faith of the Church today, our faith. When Jesus says this morning, "This is my body, which is given for you," and "This is the cup of my blood, which is shed for you," we can be sure that his word is true and that what he says, he does. However, it is not only in the Real Presence that Christians believe, for Jesus asks us to "do this as a memorial of me". The Mass is a memorial of the whole of Christ's life, from his Conception ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2016/05/corpus-christi-2016.html

Feast of Corpus Christi BATTLE BEADS BLOG - May 29, 2016 ... further impetus by an authentic vision which she was shown of the Church, whose liturgical cycle appeared as an almost-full moon, yet having one dark void, signifying the absence of such a solemnity. She humbly submitted this revelation to Msgr. Robert de Thorete, then Bishop of Liège; to the learned Dominican Hugh, later Cardinal Legate in the Netherlands; and finally to Jacques Pantaléon, at that time Archdeacon of Liège, who afterwards was successively made the Bishop of ...http://battlebeads.blogspot.com/2016/05/feast-of-corpus-christi.html

Roamin' Catholic: St Rita of Cascia (Alexandria VA) MAN WITH BLACK HAT - May 18, 2016 ... pastor secured a three-acre plot about a mile to the north on Russell Avenue, with enough room for a school, a convent, a rectory, and a larger church. In 1949, a beautiful Gothic edifice of Virginia fieldstone and Indiana limestone was completed and dedicated. But for a narrow separation of the main altar from the reredos, to allow for the celebration of Mass "versus populum," the appearance of the church interior has changed little in more than seventy years since then. In ...http://manwithblackhat.blogspot.com/2016/05/roamin-catholic-st-rita-of-cascia.html

Chants From the Recent Mozarabic Mass in Rome NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - May 13, 2016 During the Mozarabic Mass celebrated last Friday in the Roman Basilica of the Holy Cross 'in Jerusalem,' I was able to record a few of the shorter chant parts. The first two are proper to the Mass for the Finding of the Holy Cross, the other two are from the Ordinary. (Texts are given beneath each video in Latin and English, except the Our Father.) The first is the Psallendum, the equivalent of the Gradual. Dominus regnavit ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/p0gtM3g3lpI/chants-from-recent-mozarabic-mass-in.html

The Postcommunion Prayers for the Feast of the Ascension in the OF and EF NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - May 12, 2016 ... the last few years, there has been an increasing focus on the differences between the proper prayers of the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms of the Mass. [1] More and more people are becoming aware that the spiritual nourishment and formation Catholics receive from the Ordinary Form is quite different in content and character to the Extraordinary Form. Whether one considers this a good or bad thing will depend largely on one's general opinion of the post-conciliar liturgical ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/6DioDn7V5_I/the-postcommunion-prayers-for-feast-of.html

What Will Replace Tradition in the Catholic Church? THAT THE BONES YOU HAVE CRUSHED MAY THRILL - May 11, 2016 ... habit-wearing nuns 'liturgically' dancing at a Mass in a Brazillian parish. Did they miss the Benedictine memo ? Why should this kind of distraction from the organic beauty of the Mass happen? As we approach the great Feast of Pentecost in which the Church makes the great Novena to the Holy Spirit, it is worth spending a little time examining the phenomenom of what has become known as the Catholic Charismatic Renewal otherwise known as the hybrid movement of ...http://thatthebonesyouhavecrushedmaythrill.blogspot.com/2016/05/what-will-replace-tradition-in-catholic.html

Getting Ready to Say "Arrivederci" to Roma: Part One NUNBLOG - May 10, 2016 ... usually attended when I was working at the Vatican's Jubilee Internet Office. But that celebrant had been a bishop (later named a cardinal). This elderly man with identical voice (and the same skill at giving an in-depth three minute homily) as the Piedmontese cardinal, but had no zucchetto. (He did, however, have a ring.) Zuchetto or no zuchetto, I am convinced that Mass this morning was celebrated by His Eminence, Paolo Cardinal Sardi. After Mass I prayed ...http://romans8v29.blogspot.com/2016/05/getting-ready-to-say-arrivederci-to.html

"Holy" Cards SCELATA - May 5, 2016 ... Rosary Shrine was special,) that so connected me to history, (which, as far as I could imagine, stretched back months and months!) One of them was an emblem of my very first memory - the dead body of an elderly man lying peacefully in a big box, in a charming little stone house attached to our church. Ah, that must have been the wake of this priest. Another was for an aunt I remember very well, but strangely couldn't remember dying -I realize now it was because my Mother was in the hospital at ...http://scelata.blogspot.com/2016/05/holy-cards.html

How Can Eucharistic Miracles Take Place in the Novus Ordo? A CATHOLIC LIFE - May 3, 2016 ... in the Novus Ordo ? This week, the website for the Society of St. Pius X published a very relevant article in light of the miracle that has taken place in Poland . From the aforementioned article: Recent miracles, which are investigated by scientists and made public by the proper ecclesiastical authority: are they not in the plan of God? And today as in the past, a they not a reminder of His Real Presence, a powerful apologetical argument, and an invitation to increase our faith and devotion? ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/58c956fc1xs/how-can-eucharistic-miracles-take-place.html