“Nevertheless, in order that the people may be able to join in the responsorial psalm more readily, some texts of responses and psalms have been chosen…”
We seldom post videos, but this one might be enjoyed by our readers.
The Vatican II Hymnal Website will continue to house free online hymns.
Certain parts of the Mass (such as the Canon) must remain in Latin, while others, especially those directed to the people (such as the readings and the restored «Oratio fidelium»), can take place in the vernacular.
Jeff discovered that making an impromptu video is harder than he thought!
These Mass texts are “3L” : Large, Lovely, Legible … silly sounding, but true!
Using the New Translation of the Roman Missal.
“The sooner we get started, the sooner some of you will live to see it.” — Donald Cardinal Wuerl, talking in 2012 about the forthcoming Lectionary revisions.
As a bonus, several handy website links are given!
Free Responsorial Psalms
Approved by the USCCB — 2014 Imprimatur from Bishop Slattery of Tulsa.
“My intention in writing sacred choral music is firstly for the adoration of God and the veneration and glorification of Our Blessed Lady …” — Nicholas Wilton
This book collects twenty years’ worth of choral compositions for the Catholic liturgy.
“An enjoyable visit this morning with Cardinal Burke, a godly prince-of-a-Prefect (of the Apostolic Signatura) and a friend of many years … God bless our good shepherds!”
A most amazing thing! These coupon codes can be applied to your entire order!
Giulio Bas was best known for his Gregorian accompaniments.
These images come to us from Msgr. Guido Marini’s Facebook page, which has more than 100,000 followers.
Please note: It’s Fr. Michael J. Flynn … not Michael J. Fox! 🙂
EWTN’s Raymond Arroyo asks questions of Raymond Cardinal Leo Burke.
Msgr. Georg Ratzinger talks about his vocation, his brother’s vocation, and many other things.