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“Soft Source of Calm Tranquillity”: The Quiet Mass
2014 April 24 by Dr. Peter Kwasniewski

A poem set to music by Handel perfectly captures the feelings one has at a quiet low Mass. Here I try to say why this form of the Mass is so special and valuable.

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An 832-page Catholic book for the congregation, exploring the beauty of the Vatican II Mass!

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Promotional Video for Jogues Illuminated Missal
2014 April 23 by Corpus Christi Watershed

St. Isaac Jogues Illuminated Missal, Lectionary, & Gradual is a 2014 Catholic pew book (832 pages long) with 64 full-color pages!

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Purchase the St. Isaac Jogues Illuminated Missal
2014 April 23 by Corpus Christi Watershed

St. Isaac Jogues Illuminated Missal, Lectionary, & Gradual is a 2014 Catholic pew book (832 pages long) with 64 full-color pages!

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More unites us than divides us!
2014 April 22 by Jeff Ostrowski

Musicians tend to be very “picky” people who don’t get along with one another.

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The intellect of the world has been corrupted. Francis Thompson is the antidote.

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Book Review: Killing Jesus
2014 April 20 by Fr. David Friel

Was It Worth the Read?

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Christ, the Wounded Healer
2014 April 18 by Richard J. Clark

What role does suffering have in our lives and in our work?

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Proclaim the Passion in a "Theatrical" Manner?
2014 April 18 by Jeff Ostrowski

Scripture at Mass is an act of worship: it is not purely didactic, nor is it a make-believe drama that we must re-enact with emotion.

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Sheed on the Missal of 1968
2014 April 17 by Dr. Peter Kwasniewski

Frank Sheed is one of my favorite Catholic authors, but when it came time for him to grapple with the liturgical revolution, either his perspicuity or his nerve failed him.

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A Priest's Litany of Thanksgiving
2014 April 17 by Fr. David Friel

A Preparation for the Celebration of Holy Thursday

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Be Good to Your Choir
2014 April 16 by Andrew R. Motyka

Give your choir some acknowledgement for all their hard work.

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What can one say about the “Art of the Fugue” by J. S. Bach? Marvelous. Simply marvelous.

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Archbishop Sheen did not produce this Missal alone: it was a joint effort by many, especially the Jesuit priests Rev. Philip Caraman and Rev. James Walsh.

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Mass for Artists on May 4th in NYC
2014 April 14 by Gwyneth Holston

It will be in the extraordinary form with a modern setting by Arvo Part

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