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Is Your Parish Liturgy Vatican II-Compliant? Let's Find Out! BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - August 26, 2014 http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2014/08/is-your-parish-liturgy-vatican-ii.html
The Lumen Christi Simple Gradual As a Component of a Parish Music Program NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - July 24, 2014 ... Mass and chanted Ordinaries in Latin and English, as a norm. Bartlett tells me that it has worked out beautifully. Some parishes, relying more heavily on hymnody, may inch more slowly into the Lumen Christi material. Still, it has the great merit of being accessible to them, and has the potential to open the door to so much more when the time is ripe. Here, a policy of incrementalism in the Ordinary Form context would seem to be more prudent, more realistic about the habits that need to be ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/IELfMrPG5e0/the-lumen-christi-simple-gradual-as.html
Celebrating the Liturgy "Worthily, Attentively and Devoutly": Interview With Fr. Samuel F. Weber, O.S.B. NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - July 16, 2014 ... office in the modern Roman Rite (Lauds, Terce, Sext, None, Vespers, Compline, and the Office of Readings), for both the temporal and sanctoral cycles. The book includes a letter by Archbishop Cordileone and a substantial foreword by Cardinal Burke. For the launching of this book, I asked Fr. Weber if he would answer some questions about the project, the Institute, forthcoming publications, and how these all tie in with larger issues of liturgical theology. He graciously consented, so read on! ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/Be5UuVc3tNc/celebrating-liturgy-worthily.html
Book Review: Saint Isaac Jogues Illuminated Missal, Lectionary, and Gradual NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - June 19, 2014 ... accomplishes in this regard is nothing short of astonishing. The photos call to mind the historic heritage of the Roman Rite: the glory of its musical heritage; the pregnant symbolism of the different parts and actions of the Mass, with a loving attention to details of ritual; the fittingness of suitable architecture and vesture; even the sacredness of particular words. There is a kind of programmatic "re-enchantment" of the missal that takes place in these pages, simply by the force of loving ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/93kUcTsu5EA/book-review-saint-isaac-jogues.html
Since When Was There Only One Right Way to Attend Mass? THE MUNIMENT ROOM - June 1, 2014 ... reap were planted a lot earlier than I had realised. There is another clue that the changes were being realised much earlier: in hand missals of the nineteenth century, there are extensive instructions to allow somebody attending Mass to work out what the propers for any day will be, and in the period before Pius X began the 20th Century's deep changes to the Calendar, working this out was complicated: not impossible for the average person-that's why the instructions were printed at the start ...http://ttonys-blog.blogspot.com/2014/06/since-when-was-there-only-one-right-way.html
"The Offertory Chant Is Necessary at Mass" - Fr Eric Andersen on Sacred Music and the Virtue of Religion NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - May 29, 2014 ... Offertory. In order to narrow the focus down to the Offertory alone, one must begin by looking at all the texts of the Roman Missal that are to be sung, and then understand who sings what. Next, one must understand the answer to the question, "why?". Why must all of these texts be sung, even the Offertory? This question will direct us to consider the virtues of justice and religion. In the end, we should see clearly that the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/NqShAS8mocw/the-offertory-chant-is-necessary-at.html
The Lumen Christi Simple Gradual - From Adam Bartlett NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - May 27, 2014 ... easy to learn, allow for a clear articulation of the text so that the congregations can understand it, and are modal so that they connect musically to the gregorian which follows in Latin. Doing it in this way, we found that congregations are introduced to the Latin in such a way that they are less likely to feel intimidated by being presented with text they don't understand, and instead meditate on the English they have just heard, while listening to the gregorian. Recently we have been ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/9e0IAVUKKWQ/the-lumen-christi-simple-gradual-from.html