Sunday, August 31, 2008
- WDTPRS >> Gustav - a prayer
- WDTPRS >> “Clarifications” from Archbp. Wuerl! Priests of Washington DC preach on human life (mega-props to His Excellency; our sermon too centered on this topic and I am in the AD of Baltimore)
- RORATE CAELI >> Politics - Papal Reminders. Affirming the Gospel of Life - I
- The New Liturgical Movement >> Report on Gregorian Institute of Canada Colloquium
- Traditional Latin Mass Propers in English >> Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost
- WDTPRS >> WDTPRS: 16th after Pentecost - COLLECT
Saturday, August 30, 2008
- The Recovering Choir Director >> Jubilus Chant Course DVD (this is something that Church Music Directors should definitely check out!)
- WDTPRS >> Reactions to Speaker Pelosi keep coming (Props to AmericanPapist)
- WDTPRS >> Great collection of Decollation paintings!
Sept. 21 - 5:30 p.m. – Ronn McFarlane, lutenist, will perform and give a lecture about the lute.The Cathedral website is located here.
Oct. 12 – 5:30 p.m. – Solemn Choral Vespers; Cathedral Choir performs works including Magnificat (Collegium Regale) and the Te Deum (Collegium Regale) by Herbert Howells.
October 26- 5:30 p.m. – Mr. Sansone will perform an organ recital featuring works by Edward Elgar, Bach and Flor Peeters.
Nov. 23 - 5:30 p.m. – Jonathan Moyer will present the final organ recital in a series of four performances featuring the entire organ works of Olivier Messiaen.
Nov. 30 - 5:30 p.m. - A Festival of Lessons and Carols for Advent featuring the St. Stephen’s Choir of Men and Boys will be offered.
Dec. 2 - 7:30 p.m. - The International Women’s Brass Conference, Maryland Chapter, presents its 5th annual holiday brass concert. The Emmanuel Lutheran Church Choir and the Towson Methodist Choir will be joined by Bagpiper Jean Gould, as well as the Steel Drum Band from Catonsville High School. For tickets, call 410-337-7539.
Dec. 7 - 5:30 p.m. - Canticle Singers will perform a varied program of choral music from throughout the ages. For tickets call 410-592-6059.
Dec. 11 - 7:30 p.m. – The Christmas Festival at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Baltimore will be offered. This festive concert will benefit the Jenkins Senior Living Community. Concert Artists of Baltimore will be joined by the Cathedral Choir under the direction of Ed Polochick. For tickets, call 410-252-4005 x115.
Dec. 21 – 5:30 p.m.- A Festival of Lessons and Carols for Christmas, sung in a candlelight setting by the combined Cathedral Choirs.
Jan. 25 – 5:30 p.m. - U.S. Naval Academy Band performs a program of festive music.
March 1 - 6:30 p.m. - The choir of St. John’s Church Huntingdon under the direction of Mr. Thomas Hetrick will perform works celebrating the Season of Lent.
March 22 – 5:30 p.m. - The Cathedral Choir will perform the requiem by English composer Herbert Howells and other Lenten works.
April 26 - 5:30 p.m. - The Cathedral Choir will sing Solemn Choral vespers. Featured works will include the Magnificat and the Nunc Dimittis from The Short Service by Thomas Weekles.
May 4 - 5:30 p.m. - Suspicious Cheese Lords, a male a cappella ensemble, will perform music from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
Friday, August 29, 2008
SOLEMN HIGH MASS ON THE FEAST OF THE HOLY CROSS (LIVE) 2 hrs.
Solemn High Mass of the Feast of the Exaltation of the Cross in the Extraordinary Form. The Tradional Latin Mass from the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament in Hanceville, Alabama.
Sun 9/14/08 8:00 AM ET & 5 AM LIVE
- In the Light of the Law >> Dr. Barr's startlingly simple question (interesting premise...)
- Bonfire of the Vanities >> What Palin on the GOP ticket means (Fr. Martin Fox)
- Standing on My Head >> Erin Brockovich and Sarah Palin (Fr. Dwight Longecker)
- The Black Biretta >> We may not agree on abortion, but (Fr. John Trigilio)
- The New Liturgical Movement >> ICEL Policy on Global Computer Networks
- www.Chiesa.com >> In India, the Christians' Offense Is Fighting Against Slavery (Sandro Magister)
- FIRST THINGS: On the Square >> How the Public Square Became Naked (Fr. Richard John Neuhaus)
- NCRCafe.org >> Violence against Orissa Christians is a wake-up call (John L. Allen, Jr.)
- RORATE CAELI >> Evaluating the Meaning of a Movement. Abbé de Cacqueray FSSPX speaks about Summorum Pontificum
- The New Liturgical Movement >> Seminarians at the North American College Learn Chant
- The New Liturgical Movement >> Special Issue on the Graduale Romanum
- The Way of the Fathers >> Head in the Sand (groan...)
Thursday, August 28, 2008
- WDTPRS >> Archbp. Chaput on Fox News about Speaker Pelosi (Podcast)
- WDTPRS >> A Seminary teaching men to "Say the Black, Do the Red" (hope it is in Maryland...)
- WDTPRS >> The bones of St. Augustine of Hippo
- WDTPRS >> Bp. Murphy of Rockville Centre on Nancy Pelosi’s errors about human life
- The New Liturgical Movement >> The Spirit of Summorum
Bishop W. Francis Malooly of Baltimore is to take over the Diocese of Wilmington on September 8th. Please pray for the Bishop! He needs all the prayers and support that he can receive!
This week, Archbishop O'Brien, after citing the previous column on the role that law plays in our lives, discusses Humanae Vitae and its implications for today in a column entitled, "Work Ardently and Incessantly." He writes,
Most in our culture, including Catholics, see laws as threatening their freedom, limiting rightful options, interfering with their privacy. No dancing in the street here!
Our theology, on the other hand, sees man wounded by sin and in need of salvation. Divine help comes to us in Christ through the law that guides us and the grace that sustains us.
And there is more. The dissent which followed Humanae Vitae has itself spawned a generation of Catholic thinkers and theologians who have claimed that not only was the Church wrong about the Pill, it is wrong about sterilization, wrong about masturbation, and wrong about homosexuality and same-sex marriage. And who can deny that the widespread acceptance and promotion of contraception is not largely responsible for cohabitation before marriage and so called “casual sex.” Perhaps the greatest tragedy is the hard heartedness which goes so far as to promote abortion if contraception “fails.”This is a "must read!"
Ample research increasingly offers objective evidence that “the Pill’s” contraceptive-rights movement that has fueled our sexual revolution has spurred a dramatic increase in divorce, single parenthood and a “fatherless America,” sexually transmitted diseases and, simply, carefree promiscuity. (See, for example, First Things, August/September 2008, “The Vindication of Humanae Vitae,” by Mary Eberstadt.)
For those who are not aware of this, the Archbishop wrote a letter to every Pastor last weekend and asked each Parish to form a Respect Life Committee and made some excellent suggestions on what issues to tackle or steps to take. My Parish received the letter in the weekly bulletin. Bravo, your Excellency!
- St. Peter Canisius Apostolate >> The Witness of the Saints: Basic Rules for Living a Good Catholic Life
- The New Liturgical Movement >> A Recommended Catholic Publication
- WDTPRS >> List of Bishops Who Responded to Speaker Pelosi
- WDTPRS >> Univ. of Notre Dame and the TLM
- WDTPRS >> AP: Pelosi gets unwanted lesson in Catholic Theology
- WDTPRS >> Denver: TLM in the Cathedral to express gratitude
- FIRST THINGS: On the Square >> The Tattoo Fashion (R.R. Reno)
- AmericanPapist >> Abp. Chaput continues to steal spotlight from DNC
- AmericanPapist >> Franciscan monks attacked "clockwork orange-style" (sadly, violence against religious is becoming far more serious of late)
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
- AmericanPapist >> Listed: American Bishops who have spoken against Pelosi
- Charlotte was Both >> Theological Catch-Up
- WDTPRS >> Exceptionally good article on the pro-abortion politician issue (Magister's article from Chiesa.com)
- WDTPRS >> BLOGGERS UNITE! Keep shaping the conversation on pro-abortion Catholic politicians
- WDTPRS >> The Hill: GOP demands Pelosi apologize for mangling Catholic teaching
- www.Chiesa.com >> Obama's Pick for Vice President Is Catholic. But the Bishops Deny Him Communion (Sandro Magister)
- St. Peter Canisius Apostolate >> Negative Theology
- The New Liturgical Movement >> Recordings from Mater Ecclesiae's Assumption Mass
- WDTPRS >> What Does Augustine Really Say? (What does Pelosi not understand?)
- WDTPRS >> Newspaper of Archd. of SanFran on Speaker Pelosi
Tuesday, August 26, 2008
- RORATE CAELI >> Politics - Papal Reminders - The dangers of political Messiahs and of Socialist promises - II
- The New Liturgical Movement >> Offertory Verses for Your Schola
- WDTPRS >> 26th Aug: St. Melchisedech
- WDTPRS >> NY’s Card. Egan responds to Rep. Pelosi
- WDTPRS >> Washington’s Archbp. Wuerl responds to Speaker Pelosi (D-CA)
Monday, August 25, 2008
- AmericanPapist >> Flash: Abp. Chaput publishes official response to Pelosi's scandalous comments on abortion (NB: This article is posted as it is a correction of a misstatement of the position of the Catholic Church on abortion. Archbp. Chaput is taking a leading role in this discourse as Mr. Peters points out.)
- RORATE CAELI >> Both Catholic and Calvinist? (on the relationship of Brother Roger of Taize)
- WDTPRS >> Hosts made from genetically-modified wheat
- The Recovering Choir Director >> ICEL responds, most definitely
- The New Liturgical Movement >> Get Thee to Virginia! (Saint John the Beloved; McLean, Va, Gregorian Chant Workshop)
- The New Liturgical Movement >> Dr. Alcuin Reid's Forthcoming Work: Continuity or Rupture? A Study of The Liturgical Reform of the Second Vatican Council
- The New Liturgical Movement >> ICEL policy on proposed order of Mass texts
- The Recovering Choir Director >> In time for choir season - the CantemusDomino Store
- The Way of the Fathers >> Prophet Motive (Mike is back in town; hide the puns)
- Traditional Latin Mass Propers in English >> St. Louis IX, King and Confessor
Sunday, August 24, 2008
Saturday, August 23, 2008
Mr. Samuel Wanjiru just won the first marathon for the Kenyans ever in Olympic history. It was incredibly moving to see Mr. Wanjiru drop to his knees at the finish, bow in prayer and then to make the Sign of the Cross. That is a moment indelibly etched in my memory.
Hearty congratulations to Kenya and to Mr. Wanjiru and his Christ-like witness!
You can't get any better than that.
First Things: On the Square >> Vote for Real Hope and Change by Charles J. Chaput, Archbishop of Denver
Obviously, we have other important issues facing us this fall: the economy, the war in Iraq, immigration justice. But we can’t build a healthy society while ignoring the routine and very profitable legalized homicide that goes on every day against America’s unborn children. The right to life is foundational. Every other right depends on it. Efforts to reduce abortions, or to create alternatives to abortion, or to foster an environment where more women will choose to keep their unborn child, can have great merit—but not if they serve to cover over or distract from the brutality and fundamental injustice of abortion itself. We should remember that one of the crucial things that set early Christians apart from the pagan culture around them was their rejection of abortion and infanticide. Yet for thirty-five years I’ve watched prominent “pro-choice” Catholics justify themselves with the kind of moral and verbal gymnastics that should qualify as an Olympic event. All they’ve really done is capitulate to Roe v. Wade.Straight talk from a Shepherd...
Friday, August 22, 2008
- I just discovered this evening that Saint Alphonsus Church in Baltimore must have failed to renew its domain name or is in the process of moving to a new server. The link that was present for so long now takes one to a site that advertises homes. As a result, I have gone into the FAQs, Visitors Ask About the TLM, etc. and the link in the right margin and changed the URL with this link. This link is from the Archdiocese of Baltimore and has all the information necessary.
- Many are checking regularly about St. Bartholomew's in Manchester, MD. The TLM was a great success, but it appears that it will be an occasional event. I have heard nothing further on this and know that the Pastor is a member of the Faculty at Mt. St. Mary's. To say he is busy is an understatement.
- Many are also checking on the TLM that was being held on a fairly regular basis at Saint James the Greater in WV. From what I have heard, the Pastor learned to say the TLM but I believe his Associate was transferred. I know that there is a stable group at that Parish that really wants the TLM. If I hear anything more, I'll pass it on.
- Finally, the TLM group on the Eastern Shore of MD is still hoping to get a regular TLM in Maryland in Salisbury or Easton or Cambridge. The Eastern Shore is encompassed by the Diocese of Wilmington. Since H.E. Bishop Malooly will be the Ordinary when he is installed soon, I don't know whether the situation regarding the TLM will change. If I hear, I will pass it along.
- Shrine of the Holy Whapping >> The Hail Mary Pass Comes Later (the Church shown is St. Alphonsus in Baltimore)
- The Hermeneutic of Continuity >> Settings for new ICEL texts
- The New Liturgical Movement >> FAQ on Sacred Music: New Edition
- WDTPRS >> NLM: examination of “Pastoral Music”’s gloss of Mediator Dei
- WDTPRS >> When priests don’t want to give Communion to those who kneel - more thoughts
Here is the post by Olson with a link to this article.
...It is certainly important that we not become excessively consumed or obsessed by the presence and activity of the evil one but it is also most important that we not be oblivious to his presence or activity, for it is real. All one needs to do is look at the state of moral confusion which reigns in our present society. The killing of the sick or elderly because they want it is being promoted as some kind of right or good but this can be so only in the topsy-turvy world of Screwtape and Wormwood. When taking the life of an innocent pre-born child is seen as right and a right and when the preservation of precisely that right becomes the object of a political campaign, I suspect the letter from Screwtape to the demon master of that campaign would be filled with praise. When a whole society begins to question whether marriage really requires one man and one woman, faithfully committed to each other in an exclusive and child-centered relationship, Satan must be very pleased indeed...
- FIRST THINGS: On the Square >> Meeting God as an American (Fr. Richard John Neuhaus)
- LatinMassNetwork >> Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
- RORATE CAELI >> Traditional Latin Mass Update in the Philippines
- St. Peter Canisius Apostolate >> Friday With the Church Fathers: Make Your Way by Faith
- The New Liturgical Movement >> "Benedictine" Altar Arrangement in Chile
- The New Liturgical Movement >> Support Sacred Music
Thursday, August 21, 2008
- NCRCafe.org >> In Ossetia, could religion be part of the solution? (John L. Allen, Jr.)
- WDTPRS >> Pope invited to visit China
- WDTPRS >> QUAERITUR: TLM servers and kissing stuff
- WDTPRS >> QUAERITUR: Can pastors deny the use of the church to visiting priests/groups?
- WDTPRS >> Sound pronunciation of Church Latin vs. spittle-flecked rigidity
If my words don’t conjure it up for you, try Milton’s instead. You don’t have to rely on finding the time and energy and resolve dutifully to read a “forbidding” text. No; listen to it instead. Hear the words ring, hear the clang of battle, the cries of the vanquished. Enter, almost as a participant, a grand saga that lifts you out of the humdrum, the daily.
Do yourself a favor before this summer comes to an end. If you don’t want to try Paradise Lost, then try the Aeneid. If not that, then how about the Iliad, or the Divine Comedy? Great intellectual and spiritual stimulation and wonderful adventures await you. It’s not too late for those of us who have graduated from high school into the work-a-day world. Try one of these great books on tape.
- WDTPRS >> L’OssRom: Knights Templar were innocent
- WDTPRS >> QUAERITUR: If priest denies Communion when I kneel
- The New Liturgical Movement >> Apostolates of the Canons Regular of St. John Cantius
- RORATE CAELI >> Liturgical News from Bangladesh
- FIRST THINGS: On theSquare >> Law & Unlaw (Ian H. Henderson)
Wednesday, August 20, 2008
I am indebted to this website edited by Abouna Firas Boutros Khoury Diab. There is a great deal of information here including the Mass in Arabic, the Gospel of the day in Arabic (sent by email or appearing in Arabic text), a link to Vatican Radio broadcast in Arabic, and sundry other links collected here.
Please browse through this website. There are many other items to check into including Children's Bibles in Arabic.
- WDTPRS >> Benedict XVI: CD's of the Rosary in Latin
- WDTPRS >> Archbp. Burke on a global problem: marginalizing faith in the “private” sphere
- WDTPRS >> QUAERITUR: Resources for explaining Mass and things to children
- WDTPRS >> QUAERITUR: The 'liturgist"
- FIRST THINGS: On the Square >> Christian-Muslim Crosstalk (Joseph Loconte)
- Summorum Pontificum >> Advocatus Diaboli: The Demand Side (2nd in a series)
- A New Liturgical Movement >> Mass Ordinary with New Text (PDF and MP3 "sung" files of Aristotle Esguerra)
- The New Liturgical Movement >> Solemn Mass in Worms Cathedral and EF figures from Germany
- The Recovering Choir Director >> More plainsong English-language Mass ordinary settings at MusicaSacra (see NLM above)
Tuesday, August 19, 2008
- WDTPRS >> REVIEW: Handbook for Laundering Liturgical Linens (this is due to be an instant classic; I know of some parishes that are not following traditional guidelines)
- WDTPRS >> Maryknoll priest who attended fake wymym thing called in
- WDTPRS >> A negligent Fr. Z. thanks readers
- Standing on My Head >> (Saint) Mr. and Mrs. Martin (the parents of St. Therese of Lisieux)
The Black Biretta: Catholics who support abortion should not receive Communion, says Archbishop Burke
To illustrate his point, he referred to “public officials who, with knowledge and consent, uphold actions that are against the Divine and Eternal moral law. For example, if they support abortion, which entails the taking of innocent and defenseless human lives. A person who commits sin in this way should be publicly admonished in such a way as to not receive Communion until he or she has reformed his life,” the archbishop said.
“If a person who has been admonished persists in public mortal sin and attempts to receive Communion, the minister of the Eucharist has the obligation to deny it to him. Why? Above all, for the salvation of that person, preventing him from committing a sacrilege,” he added.
- WDTPRS >> Shroud of Turin News
- WDTPRS >> St. Louis: TLM at Shrine of St. Joseph
- FIRST THINGS: On the Square >> Vote for Real Hope and Change (Archbishop Charles Chaput, O.F.M., Cap.)
- RORATE CAELI >> "There is a gradation of enthusiasm" (TAC leader, John Hepworth)
- Traditional Latin Mass Propers in English >> Saint John Eudes, Confessor
Monday, August 18, 2008
Extraordinary Form workshop for priests to be held in the Archdiocese of WashingtonPlease make arrangements ASAP!
September 9, 10 and 11 (Tues-Thurs)
Church of Saint Mary
Those interested should contact Fr Mark Knestout, Office of Worship, 301.833.4594, email firstname.lastname@example.org or Fr. Thomas LaHood, 301.475.8403, email email@example.com.
Workshop is to be given by Fr Victor Szczurek, O. Praem., of Saint Michael’s Abbey in Orange, California.
In the Catholic press, we find three recurring notions, though seldom considered together and distinguished. They are persecution, evangelization, and dialogue. The Church is of its nature “missionary.” That is, the “Go forth and teach all nations” is not just a pious exhortation. Looking at the world with eyes of cold realism, however, we can recognize that by far the greater part of the world, after two millennia, remains to be evangelized and converted by missionary activity. Evidently, tremendous obstacles stand in the way of peacefully and calmly presenting the case for Catholicism.I leave the rest for you to discover...
However, we are supposed to “evangelize,” not “proselytize.” This latter word does not have a bad name in the dictionary. But it has become currently a big political sin. It implies using dubious methods to achieve conversion, like brain washing. It assumes that no one can possibly change religions on any other grounds but because of such overt or covert coercion. We Catholics insist we do not proselytize, but we do evangelize. The purpose of evangelization is to convert people to the faith, but through means that are open, sensible, and free. “Proselytism” had gone the way of “propaganda,” both originally good words.
- The New Liturgical Movement >> More altar arrangements (more and more, I believe that the emphasis shown by Shawn Tribe and others on the "Benedictine altar arrangement" is of great importance. It is the ideal place to begin to catechize people...)
- WDTPRS >> Detroit - Assumption Grotto: Solemn TLM
- The Hermeneutic of Continuity >> Rome conference on Summorum Pontificum
- St. Peter Canisius Apostolate >> Reflections on Sacrosanctum Concilium, Part 7: The Sacraments
- RORATE CAELI >> Update from Tokyo (October 11th!)
- FIRST THINGS: On the Square >> Keeping the Faith in Faith-Based Schools (Mary Rose Rybak)
Sunday, August 17, 2008
Saturday, August 16, 2008
Tomorrow is the Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost in the Traditional Calendar. I know that because this link is present in the right margin and leads to the F.S.S.P.'s 2008 Liturgical Calendar.
Some are looking for a full online version of the Latin Propers. One does not exist except in a written Missal such as the Baronius, Angelus, or one of those available from Aquinas and More. However, this site, the Traditional Latin Rite Missal Project (also found in the right margin) is the ongoing apostolate of one person who intends to put the entire Missal online.
There is another site which is quite beautiful and maintained daily by a Catholic Deacon. It is the Traditional Latin Mass Propers in English site (and also found in the right margin). This site has the advantage of offering a "widget" which allows you to obtain updates each day for the Traditional Mass.
I hope that helps some who are seeking!
- Polyphonic Propers, Chanted Ordinary
- Sung Mass in Virginia Showcases Beautiful Gothic Revival Commissioned Vestments (Saint Mary's, Alexandria, VA)
- In Mulieribus (Women's ensemble!)
- St. Peter Canisius Apostolate >> The Rosary: The Visitation
- The Recovering Choir Director >> "Why (Modern) Roman Catholic Music S**** So Much" (direct quote or not, I reserve the right to edit titles...)
- The Recovering Choir Director >> "The Ark and Sacred Music"
- The Traditional Latin Mass in Michiana >> TLM schedule released for the University of Notre Dame
- Traditional Latin Mass Propers in English >> Saint Joachim
Friday, August 15, 2008
Check out this outstanding series... Here is a link to the "Since You Asked Guide" in PDF format.
The highly anticipated series is finally available! Consisting of nineteen hours and almost 250 questions answered by Father John Corapi, this new series was video taped at events all over the United States.
“Educational, Inspirational, Entertaining, Refreshing, Courageous, So easy to understand, and It’s about time!”—These are just a few of the comments we have received from previews of this exciting new series, almost two years in the making.
Hundreds and hundreds of man-hours were spent traveling to events throughout the United States, on videography, editing, arranging, and producing in order to bring you this best ever collection of your questions answered by Fr. John Corapi.
Almost 19 full hours of DVD video or CD audio indexed for ease of study, this is the greatest collection of general questions asked of Fr. John Corapi at several conferences and parishes throughout the United States. This is not a compilation of past question and answer formats. This is all new footage shot during Father’s travels in the year 2007.
We have no doubt that you will learn a great deal from Fr. Corapi’s responses to these candid, honest, and intelligent questions. You will find that you are learning while enjoying Father’s clear, simple, humorous, and direct way of conveying the Church’s teaching. He even gives his personal opinion in a few cases, answering personal questions from a few folks that might not have been the most supportive or friendly folks. “That doesn’t matter,” Father says. “I’ve always believed a question is a sign of intelligence, a sign you want to know something.” Even in the rare cases where a question or two might have been a sign of something less than intelligence, Fr. John gives them all they asked for and more.
Some of these questions are hard-nosed and definitely controversial. Fr. Corapi has never been accused of being subtle. When he began this project, Father told his team of co-workers, “This will make us a lot of friends, and a lot of enemies. It’ll prove we’re doing something right!”
- NCR.cafe.org >> A round of questions for the "shepherd-in-chief" (John L. Allen, Jr.)
- WDTPRS >> Awe at transcendence
- LatinMassNetwork >> St Stephen's, Pensacola, FL, Sunday Traditional Latin Mass 10:30 AM starting September 7, 2008
- RORATE CAELI >> Assumpta est Maria ad æthereum thalamum
- St. Peter Canisius Apostolate >> Fridays with the Church Fathers: The Assumption of Mary
- The New Liturgical Movement >> The Pope on the Revelatory Power of Beauty in Art and Music
- The New Liturgical Movement >> The Apostles of Jesus Christ, Priest and Victim: New Website
- Traditional Latin Mass Propers in English >> The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Thursday, August 14, 2008
- The Black Biretta >> Sacred Name of the Almighty to Remain Unspoken
- The New Liturgical Movement >> Announcements (Saint Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Alexandria, VA; Sung TLM High Mass, August 15th, 7:30 PM)
- The Recovering Choir Director >> A three-year-parish-level liturgical music outline
- Bonfire of the Vanities >> Some background information on Luke and the Acts of the Apostles (Fr. Martin Fox)
- The New Liturgical Movement >> The First Masses of a Priest in the Two Forms of the Roman Rite
- The New Liturgical Movement >> Music for Real Parishes (The Parish Book of Chant)
- The New Liturgical Movement >> Developing a Glossary of Liturgical Terms
- The Way of the Fathers >> Ancient Germanic Übersource
- The Way of the Fathers >> Check These Out (neat stuff!)
- The Way of the Fathers >> History Repeats Itself
Notre Dame, Our Mother and Queen of Heaven, pray for us!
- St. Peter Canisius Apostolate >> Pope Pius XII and the Assumption of Mary
- The Hermeneutic of Continuity >> Works of Newman Online
- AmericanPapist >> Noted: Bp. Loverde to bless new Arlington highschool
- The Recovering Choir Director >> My view of adapting Gregorian melodies to the new English translation of the Mass Ordinary (an aside: I sent the Gloria XV link to several friends who are not "really into" Chant and they were most impressed!)
- Traditional Latin Mass Propers in English >> Vigil of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Wednesday, August 13, 2008
CatholicJobs.com - Pastoral Associate/Assistant Director of Campus Ministry - Mount Saint Mary's University
This caught my eye a moment ago: Pastoral Associate/Assistant Director of Campus Ministry. The position is at Mount Saint Mary's University. Hope this is of use to some soul looking for a nice position in beautiful Emmitsburg, MD.
- www.Chiesa.com >> How to Conduct Politics as Catholics. The Denver Memorandum (Sandro Magister)
- Creative Minority Report >> Fr. Barron on the New Batman Movie
- Creative Minority Report >> 72 Abortions for Every 100 Babies Born!
- Summorum Pontificum >> Attention Evil Traditionalists! (Patrick Archbold)
- The New Liturgical Movement >> Recent Ordinations at Le Barroux by Cardinal Rode
- The New Liturgical Movement >> Topic Ideas (Deborah Morlani)
- WDTPRS >> QUAERITUR: audibility of prayers during a TLM
- LatinMassNetwork >> Learning to serve the Traditional Latin Mass
- The Hermeneutic of Continuity >> Vocations Guide to the Priesthood
- The New Liturgical Movement >> Revival and Traditional Creativity within the Liturgical Arts as part of a New Liturgical Movement (VESTMENTS!)
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
- Creative Minority Report >> Henry VIII Could Not Be Reached For Comment
- The Hermeneutic of Continuity >> Respect for the Sacred Name
- The Hermeneutic of Continuity >> Video of Nashville Dominicans
- The Hermeneutic of Continuity >> Mention in the Sunday Times
- The New Liturgical Movement >> What the new English Gloria sounds like
- The Recovering Choir Director >> An Englished Gloria XV (MP3 version linked here)
- Transalpine Redemptorists at home >> Rev. Fr. Michael Mary's 30th Anniversary of Priesthood
Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary - Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter, International Seminary, North America
Here is the link to Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary. Some of the links found on the site include:
- Seminary News (with ample photos!)
- Vocations (requirements, application process, visiting the Seminary)
- Chapel Construction (again, with ample photos!)
- Academics (the Faculty and their courses)
- Frequently Asked Questions (excellent!)
- Chant (indicates which parts of the Mass are sung and when)
- Multimedia Archives (videos and more photos!)
- Catholic Review Online: Thoughts on Our Church >> Hope from FRESH Start (Hal Smith writes the column for this week for Archbishop O'Brien)
- LatinMassNetwork >> Assumption Traditional Latin Mass at Holy Family Church in Clemmons, NC
- Shrine of the Holy Whapping >> Pio Nono Baptist Church
MN: Years ago, Irving Kristol wrote in Commentary that secularism as a philosophy is dead, even though its after-effects still advance through our major institutions. It is too shallow to deal with human tragedy, for it has essentially posited that we humans are meaningless creatures, without purpose, a result of chance. Most people cannot put up with the hardships of life if their struggle is meaningless and without nobility. Secularism, therefore, cannot sustain a civilization. More recently, the German philosopher and public atheist Jurgen Habermas wrote that after September 11, 2001, he felt for the first time that secularists are a small island in a turbulent sea of religion.Marvelous interview!
- FIRST THINGS: On the Square >> Solzhenitsyn and the Battle for the Human Soul (Robert P. Kraynak)
- Whispers in the Loggia >> "Shadow" Over the Days
- Shrine of the Holy Whapping >> Thou Unpronounceable, I know you are with me
- St. Peter Canisius Apostolate >> Tuesdays with St. Thomas: Do all things have an end?
- The Hermeneutic of Continuity >> Papa Stronsay seminarians (Fr. Finigan shows the 5 seminarians from the F.SS.R. as they leave for Denton, NE)
- The New Liturgical Movement >> Three Priests Sign with Sony
- Traditional Latin Mass Propers in English >> Saint Clare, Virgin
Monday, August 11, 2008
- WDTPRS >> Toronto: TLMs
- WDTPRS >> Emo, Ireland: 30 August - TLM for Pauline Year
- WDTPRS >> An old priest comments: “so many of the ardent became lukewarm, many lapsed”
- The New Liturgical Movement >> The Mass, Translated at Last
- The Hermeneutic of Continuity >> Havoc wrought in process of ICEL approval (I have this published issue of Adoremus and I'm glad Fr. Finigan comments on this!)
- The Hermeneutic of Continuity >> "Parish Musings Blog"
- LatinMassNetwork >> Shrine of St Rose of LIma, Quincy, IL opening in Nov 2008 as a Latin Mass Parish
- Shrine of the Holy Whapping >> Chesterton: In Defense of Heraldry
- The New Liturgical Movement >> Chesterton's "A Defense of Heraldry," and the Knack of Thinking Symbolically
- The Recovering Choir Director >> The propers from one layman’s point of view
- www.Chiesa.com: Focus >> The Pope Theologian Says: The Proof of God Is Beauty
- FIRST THINGS: On the Square >> Cum Mortuis in Lingua Mortua (Joseph Bottum)
- Shrine of the Holy Whapping >> Feast of Saint Clare
- St. Peter Canisius Apostolate >> Reflections on Sacrosanctum Concilium, Part 6: The Wondrous Sacrament of the Church
- The New Liturgical Movement >> The FSSP in Mexico
- The New Liturgical Movement >> More Benedictine Arrangements
Sunday, August 10, 2008
- WDTPRS >> National Catholic Reporter’s shameful article on wymypryst dress-up day
- WDTPRS >> Times: Damian Thompson on the unstoppable
- WDTPRS >> Now this is a puzzling vestment
- Creative Minority Report >> Thinking Theologically About Liturgical Architecture
- The New Liturgical Movement >> A New Contributor (No, it's not HIM)
- The New Liturgical Movement >> In Remembrance of the Original Founder of CIEL UK, Nicole Hall
- The New Liturgical Movement >> St. Mary and the Martyrs, or the Pantheon
- The New Liturgical Movement > Thompson on Merton in the Times Online
- The New Liturgical Movement >> Dominican Rite on the West Coast
- RORATE CAELI >> Summer recess notes: You report
- Traditional Latin Mass Propers in English >> Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost (St. Lawrence, Martyr)