Fulton J. Sheen reminded us: “Many a pontiff goes through life without making a single infallible decision … not one.”
Extraordinary Form 1962 Missal
Tired of dense theological issues and historical comparisons about the new Motu Proprio? Take a little time out to read some simpler reflections on the Latin Mass.
Processing is one way in which we express who we are as wayfarers en route to heaven.
“Benedictus: The Traditional Catholic Companion” is an initiative of Sophia Institute Press.
Facilitating the chanting of the seven prefaces permitted by “Quo magis”
The Consilium asked (15 March 1965): “Is it pleasing that the feast of the Holy Family be suppressed?” • Discussion of the First Sunday After Epiphany; the Feast of the Holy Name; the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord; the two (2) instances of different “Jubilate Deo” Offertories which repeat; “Abhinc Duos Annos” (23 October 1913); and many other items+
St. Jane de Chantal’s Prayer of Abandonment can help you make peace with a liturgical year that was not what any of us expected.
The Dies Irae is part of why my choir prefers singing Requiems to Nuptial Masses. Here’s why you should spend a few minutes with this Sequence on All Souls Day.
A new resource for accessing Mass texts on your phone, tablet, or computer
Offering an Acceptable Sacrifice
We come now to the final installment in my series on our music program at St. Stephen the First Martyr Catholic Church in Sacramento, California.
Guarding the Sense of Sight so as to Promote Participation
Archbishop Cordileone will offer Mass November 16, 2019 at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.
A new website seeks to record the full Gregorian propers each week using a treble voice.
Missa Solemnis to be offered at St. John Paul II Shrine in Washington, DC
Un recurso para facilitar una participación más profunda
A resource for facilitating deeper participation
An Annual Tradition at the Philadelphia Carmel
This weekend will mark the beginning of Masses offered at the parish.
The Roman Rite revolves around this sign of our salvation