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Feast of Our Lady, Queen of All Saints and Mother of Fair Love A CATHOLIC LIFE - May 31, 2017 ... Mediatrix of All Graces is a "Mass in Some Places" as is the Feast of Our Lady, Queen of All Saints and Mother of Fair Love. Propers for the Mass of Our Lady, Queen of All Saints and Mother of Fair Love follow. Mass Propers for the Our Lady, Queen of All Saints and Mother of Fair Love Introit: Go forth, ye daughters of Sion, and see thy Queen, whom the morning stars praise: at whose beauty the sun and moon wonder, and all the sons of God make ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/ES2F1kJbvR0/feast-of-our-lady-queen-of-all-saints.html

The Vigil of Pentecost According to Divine Worship in Oxford NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - May 30, 2017 ... Church in Oxford, England, on Saturday 3 June, starting at 5 pm. The music of the Mass will be Mozart's Spatzenmesse, and Loquebantur variis linguis by Thomas Tallis. The history of the Pentecost Vigil, its lamentable suppression and partial restoration, are well known to our readers. There may be some interest in the form of the Vigil given in Divine Worship , which provides two forms for it. The first is the Extended Form, the second is simply the Mass of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/pYEau7tTQz0/the-vigil-of-pentecost-according-to.html

Communion at the Altar Rail TEA AT TRIANON - May 15, 2017 ... "At Holy Communion, when we go up to the Banquet Table (the altar rail), Our Lord comes to us. " I had always thought of the Banquet Table as the main altar where the priest makes present Christ's sacrifice. It had never occurred to me that the altar rail was something more than a divider from the sanctuary, but that it is actually an extension of the altar—the people's altar. It is the place where we bring our own sacrifices as we wait to be united in communion with Our Lord and with ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2017/05/communion-at-altar-rail.html

A Letter From St. Maximilian TEA AT TRIANON - May 3, 2017 From Vultus Christi : There are two moments in every sacrificium or consecration. The first moment corresponds to the Offertory of the Mass. One hands oneself over, offering to God one's body and soul, one's past, present, and future. Here the action is human; it engages one's free will and, normally, finds expression in the formulation of an "act of consecration." From the human perspective, this is the active mode of consecration. One must hold ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2017/05/a-letter-from-st-maximilian.html

A Tridentine Holy Sacrifice of the Mass for Christ's Crucified Souls (21-14) GOD IS AT WORK IN YOU! - April 30, 2017 ... SAFEKEEPING. O O R A H ! ! ! ! ! This extraordinary mystical theology lesson, the 2nd one on this day, was manifested by Almighty God from On High where heaven meets earth during a Saturday of Reparation God's Divine Mercy Royal Honeymoon Wedding on this night tonight to the King of All Kings at an undisclosed location (away from the vicious Luciferian group stalkers at the diabolically infested and ruthless Slovak parish in Sterling Heights in suburban Detroit which has been and for years ...http://godisatworkinyou.blogspot.com/2017/04/a-tridentine-holy-sacrifice-of-mass-for.html

The Dominican Easter Vigil (before 1957) NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 14, 2017 ... thirteenth-century the number of readings at the vigil varied widely: from 4 to 18. The Dominican shorter version was found widely in use in Italy. There is actually nothing unusual about it. So, I do not believe that the Dominican was a special model for the post-1955 Roman revision of the Vigil--the readings do not match. I would think that the Roman model was one of the shorter Italian (Roman) uses from the middle ages. A Tract and Collect followed each reading except that from Genesis, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/ZV6TGraaJB8/the-dominican-easter-vigil-before-1957.html

The Dominican Rite Easter Vigil Befrore 1957 DOMINICAN LITURGY - April 14, 2017 ... thirteenth-century the number of readings at the vigil varied widely: from 4 to 18. The Dominican shorter version was found widely in use in Italy. There is actually nothing unusual about it. So, I do not believe that the Dominican was a special model for the post-1955 Roman revision of the Vigil--the readings do not match. I would think that the Roman model was one of the shorter Italian (Roman) uses from the middle ages. A Tract and Collect followed each reading except that from Genesis, ...http://dominican-liturgy.blogspot.com/2017/04/the-dominican-rite-easter-vigil-befrore.html

The Theology of the 1955 Solemn Liturgical Action of Good Friday NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 12, 2017 ... will refer to it here as the "new ceremony" or "new rite" of Good Friday, etc. This description will assume that the rite is being done solemniter , with deacon and subdeacon, ignoring the options proper to the missa cantata version.) At no point in the ceremony are the major ministers dressed as they would be for Mass. For the readings, they wear only amice, alb and cincture, with the priest and deacon in black stoles. For the solemn prayers, the celebrant dons a cope, and ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/9kwCQeKuie4/the-theology-of-1955-solemn-liturgical.html

The Theology of the Mass of the Presanctified NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 7, 2017 ... signify that what it commemorates, the Sacrifice of Christ on the Cross, was anticipated at the Last Supper, and is intimately and essentially connected with it. The celebrant wears black vestments as for a Requiem. The deacon and subdeacon, however, wear black folded chasubles, the traditional vestments of penitential seasons, which are not used at a Requiem; indeed, black folded chasubles are only used at this service. (Where they are not available, the deacon and subdeacon serve in albs and ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/Mk5wvzl5o30/the-theology-of-mass-of-presanctified.html

The Thirst for Love JC EVERSON - March 13, 2017 ... response to the Offertory verse (Ps 68:21) for the Mass of the Feast of the Sacred Heart, tells us to Be the one: "My heart had expected reproach and misery. And I looked for one that would grieve together with me, and there was none: and I sought one that would console me, and I found none." Be the one to console Jesus by satiating his burning thirst for love, with Mary's help because she was the one to console His heart as He died upon the cross for me. Oh, ...http://jceverson.blogspot.com/2017/03/the-thirst-for-love.html

Why the Communal Mass Should Be Sung NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 13, 2017 This article concerns the singing of the Ordinary Form of the Mass, but its main point pertains also to the desirability of sung Masses in the Extraordinary Form. As is well known to historians of the liturgy, the normal practice for the first thousand years of undivided Christianity was to sing the Mass (i.e., High Mass). This practice remained and still remains the norm for Byzantine Christians, both Catholic and Orthodox, who are required ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/Y17ShuRHBEs/why-communal-mass-should-be-sung.html

Last Weekend... AUNTIE JOANNA WRITES - March 11, 2017 ...I was visiting some young relatives. We had agreed to meet at the 6pm Mass. Trains were tricky and I had to rush by cab from the station. Mass was already under way. A modern church, well filled and with one of those glass doors, slightly embarrassing when you are arriving late and people are standing at the back... But up by the sanctuary was a sight to make Auntie suddenly go gulpy...two small beloved figures, solemnly handing over ...http://joannabogle.blogspot.com/2017/03/last-weekend.html

Judas Left Early Too A FOLLOWER OF FRANCIS - March 11, 2017 At Mass today there was an awkward moment at Communion time. The Good Looking One and I were in line for Communion when the pastor suddenly stopped distributing Communion and stood staring at the side door. People were leaving before Mass was over. Father was not pleased. After several seconds of staring he went back to distributing Communion. At the time of the announcements just before the end of Mass he explained that he was troubled ...http://paxchristirochester.blogspot.com/2017/03/judas-left-early-too.html

Homily for the Second Sunday in Lent, March 12, 2017, Year A BIG C CATHOLICS - March 8, 2017 ... human body, that "flesh" which in the Scriptures is synonymous with weakness. From him, we received strength. From us, he received death; from him, we received life. He received insults, we received glory. And through the temptation he endured, he gave us victory. There is of course an expectation on both sides of the bargain. He will guide and protect his own. We for our part need to put our trust in him, or as the voice from the cloud said: "Listen to him." Like Peter and his companions, ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/03/homily-for-second-sunday-in-lent-march.html

Bishop Denis Nulty Launches 'Mass of the People' by Kildare Composer Padraig Meredith CLERICAL WHISPERS - March 3, 2017 Bishop Denis Nulty, Bishop of Kildare and Leighlin has launched a new setting of the Mass by Kildare composer Padraig Meredith. The Mass was launched in Saint Conleth's Parish Church, Newbridge, in the Diocese of Kildare and Leighlin on Sunday 26 February. Padraig Meredith is a composer from Newbridge, Co Kildare who specialises in liturgical music. His new setting of the Mass is entitled Mass of the People and it was ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/03/bishop-denis-nulty-launches-mass-of.html

Diocese of Meath Begins Preparations for World Meeting of Families 2018 CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 23, 2017 ... important to all of us and families are important to the Church" Claire said, asking parishioners to pray for all families and for couples preparing for marriage. The offertory gifts in the Mass were presented to the altar by four generations of the Hynes family, including a mother, son, grandmother and great-grandmother. The Scripture readings were read by a married couple, Jane and Cristoir Fox and teenage twin sisters sang the responsorial psalm. At the end ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/diocese-of-meath-begins-preparations.html

The Noble Saint With the Funny Name NUNBLOG - February 23, 2017 http://romans8v29.blogspot.com/2017/02/the-noble-saint-with-funny-name.html