Taking the Time to Ponder
Roman Missal Third Edition
Blessings of the New Translation of the Roman Missal, Third Typical Edition
Msgr. Andrew Wadsworth gives details on what ICEL is doing now that the Roman Missal project has been completed.
Yesterday evening—on his day off, after another Mass he’d offered—I observed an OF priest saying the 1962 Missal in his private chapel.
Finally getting through the Introductory Rites of the Nuptial Mass.
Msgr. Andrew Wadsworth will celebrate a Solemn High Mass in the Extraordinary Form this Friday evening in Philadelphia.
The quickest way to make this clear to a skeptical priest or liturgist is to request that they bring you some Offertory antiphons from MR3. (They don’t exist!)
Saints Peter & Paul
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?
Michael Olbash’s “Mass in Honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Star of the Sea” demonstrates the mandate of Pope Saint Pius X that music for the liturgy be Sacred, Beautiful, and Universal.
“My opinion is that this is one of the best congregational settings of the new texts.” — Adam Wood
The Fullness of Beauty
Embracing the Spirit of the Liturgical Calendar
Do you sing “ain-juhl” or “ain-jell” for the word “ANGEL” ? Do you sing “hevv-ihn” or “heav’n” for the word “HEAVEN” ?
Last Friday I put aside a few hours to compose this musical setting of the Creed, dedicated to my brother, Deacon Mark Ostrowski.