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The Vigil of Pentecost According to Divine Worship in Oxford NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - May 30, 2017 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/pYEau7tTQz0/the-vigil-of-pentecost-according-to.html

St. Bede the Venerable, "The Father of English History" BIG C CATHOLICS - May 24, 2017 http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/05/st-bede-venerable-father-of-english.html

Lent II THE CATHOLIC HERITAGE ASSOCIATION OF IRELAND - April 25, 2017 ... throughut Christendom and deserves to be common again. The setting in this video is that of Allegri and is the most famous musical setting of Psalm 50. It is one of the three settings (that of Abbot Giuseppe Baini on Wednesday, that of Tommaso Bai on Thursday, and Allegri's on Friday) that were annually sung during the Tenebrae in the Papal Chapel. These settings acquired a considerable reputation for mystery and inaccessibility because the Holy See forbade the making of copies of the music ...http://catholicheritage.blogspot.com/2009/02/lent-ii.html

How Interesting to Think You Are Sooo Correct and Be Soooo Wrong ADAM'S ALE - April 20, 2017 ... to task for this - why should Latin only be penitential some have asked? - B. S. - I know you want to jump on that comment ;> ;)) In the beginning we practiced with he congregation and had page numbers announced and posted etc . . . And occasional someone would say, "I don't now what we are singing," meaning that they don't understand Latin. Recently someone said the EXACT SAME THING TO ME and in my mind I am wondering how an intelligent Catholic adult, after years of having ...http://clevelandpriest.blogspot.com/2017/04/how-interesting-to-think-you-are-sooo.html

The Reconciliation of the Public Penitents on Holy Thursday at Sarum NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 13, 2017 About a month ago, I published an article about the use of the Penitential Psalms in Lent , in which I mentioned that they were generally said at the beginning of the season, at the ceremony by which the public penitents were symbolically expelled from the church, and again on Holy Thursday, when they were brought back in. These ceremonies were particularly elaborate in the Use of Sarum, but similar rites were observed in a great many other places. Here then is the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/bhUT1sdue0M/the-reconciliation-of-public-penitents.html

Not Too Late to Renew Your Lent CATHOLIC LIGHT - RADICAL FAITH & TRUST - April 3, 2017 It's Not Too Late to Renew Your Lent "The last few weeks of the penitential season are the perfect time to redouble efforts for a holy season" Marge Fenelonhttp://tsahaylu.blogspot.com/2017/04/not-too-late-to-renew-your-lent.html

Venerable Matt Talbot: An Extravagant Lover of God ┬áVENERABLE MATT TALBOT RESOURCE CENTER - April 2, 2017 ... Franciscan tertiary's penitential practices might come across as excessively severe today, but they were in fact unabashed outpourings of a soul totally abandoned to the Lord. Talbot was born in Dublin, Ireland, the second of 12 children in a poor working-class family. With only a single year of formal schooling from the Christian Brothers, the 12-year-old Matthew started working to augment his father's meager wages and help support the family. His first job was running ...http://venerablematttalbotresourcecenter.blogspot.com/2017/04/venerable-matt-talbot-extravagant-lover.html