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Liturgy vs. Social Justice
2014 August 31 by Fr. David Friel

A Classic Case of the Catholic “Both/And”

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Hippolytus of Rome & Eucharistic Prayer II
2014 August 17 by Fr. David Friel

What’s the Connection?

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Assumption Mass
2014 August 13 by Fr. David Friel

Msgr. Andrew Wadsworth will celebrate a Solemn High Mass in the Extraordinary Form this Friday evening in Philadelphia.

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Important Resources for Liturgical Reform (3 of 7)
2014 August 10 by Fr. David Friel

Public Domain Scores & Published Resources

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The 15th Station?
2014 August 03 by Fr. David Friel

The 9/11 Memorial and Conveying Catharsis through Art

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Is Recorded Music Okay for Children?
2014 July 27 by Fr. David Friel

There is a prevalent notion that young people somehow need to be accommodated in the work of divine worship. As a former child, I find this to be an errant hankering.

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Silence is one of the most important sounds of the liturgy.

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The “Children’s Liturgy of the Word”
2014 July 13 by Fr. David Friel

Are We Past This Yet?

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Colloquium Roundup
2014 July 08 by Fr. David Friel

How to Experience Colloquium XXIV Belatedly and From Afar

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Colloquium Update IV
2014 July 06 by Fr. David Friel

The Glories of A Single Proper

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Colloquium Update III
2014 July 05 by Fr. David Friel

“Minding the Gap” — Organ Improvisation

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Colloquium Update II
2014 July 04 by Fr. David Friel

Resources for Accompanying Gregorian Chant

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Colloquium Update I
2014 July 03 by Fr. David Friel

All the things I love about the Colloquium experience are here in force: an extraordinary faculty, magnificent liturgies, good fellowship, etc.

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Strong with God's Strength
2014 June 29 by Fr. David Friel

Saints Peter & Paul

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May the Archbishop’s reflections & exhortations bear fruit in practical renewal!

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