Evidence from Trent and Vatican II
Archives for December 2016
Including a video snippet taken in Los Angeles.
A sure sign of an insecure leader is one whose first instinct is to blame others when something goes wrong.
When I print this entire booklet, the Communion inexplicably erases every clivis in the psalmody.
“Rejoice in the Lord always; again I say, rejoice.”
Courtesy of John Sonnen.
Make sure to read the translation of the Offertory Hymn—so gorgeous!
Good people really do exist.
“…there are, in the core of the Church’s sacramental teaching and experience, good contentions and corollary arguments to be made for both practices.” —Archbishop Naumann
If Christmas day arrives and you haven’t been to confession, your daily prayer has suffered, and you haven’t eaten supper with your family at least five nights a week during Advent, you’re in too far.
A $12,000 reward will be given to anyone who can produce a Vatican II document mentioning “celebration facing the people.”
“Sounds from the Spires” has been a great supporter of sacred music in the liturgy, bringing choral music, chant, and the pipe organ to a broad audience.
…for the new FSSP Apostolate in Los Angeles.
The “Society for the Renewal of the Sacred Liturgy” is itself experiencing renewal.
Why do we avoid telling the ones we love how we feel about them?
I don’t think young people (or most people, frankly) are drawn to the pre-conciliar Mass because of nostalgia.
“Be appeased, we beseech Thee, O Lord, by the prayers and offerings of our lowliness…”