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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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Gregory the Great Academy
2014 June 15 by Fr. David Friel

An Interview with Matt Williams

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Pentecost: Babel, Tongues, & Latin
2014 June 08 by Fr. David Friel

Do churchgoers of my generation—who, largely, have no experience of Latin in the liturgy at all—even recognize the gift that has been lost?

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Liturgy & Clericalism
2014 June 01 by Fr. David Friel

Love of liturgy—and, specifically, employment of its traditional forms—is not clericalism.

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Living for Heaven
2014 May 29 by Fr. David Friel

The Ascension as Our Model

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150 Years of Sacred Music
2014 May 25 by Fr. David Friel

A Philadelphia History

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Collected Works of Joseph Ratzinger
2014 May 18 by Fr. David Friel

Beginning with Liturgy

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