Offspring of Arius in the Holy of Holies: Recent False Claims about the Roman Rite
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by Peter Kwasniewski
6h ago
Detail of French MS, ca. 1360–1370 (Master of Jean de Mandeville; full image here)Imagine my surprise when I read, in the second installment of the (now finished) five-part series at Church Life Journal by Drs. Cavadini, Healy, and Weinandy [CHW], the following claim:Significantly, while the faithful [before The Council] knew and believed that the one God is a Trinity of persons, their liturgical ..read more
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The First Sunday of Advent 2022
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by Gregory DiPippo
1d ago
Introitus Ad te levávi ánimam meam: Deus meus, in te confído, non erubescam: neque irrídeant me inimíci mei: étenim universi, qui te exspectant, non confundentur. V. Vias tuas, Dómine, demonstra mihi: et sémitas tuas édoce me. Gloria Patri. Sicut erat. Ad te levávi.Introit To Thee have I lifted up my soul: in Thee, o my God, do I trust, let me not be put to shame; nor let my enemies mock me, for ..read more
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An Interview with Abp Cordileone: The William P. Mahrt Sacred Music Chair (Part 2)
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by Gregory DiPippo
2d ago
Last week, we published a guest article by Roseanne T. Sullivan about the recent establishment of the William P. Mahrt Chair in Sacred Music at St Patrick’s Seminary in the archdiocese of San Francisco. We follow up with her interview with His Excellency Salvatore Cordileone, the archbishop of San Francisco, about the new chair, and what he hopes to achieve by instituting it. Our thanks once ..read more
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Photopost Catch-Up for November
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by Gregory DiPippo
2d ago
Before the beginning of the new liturgical year, here are a few photopost items, one sent in yesterday, and two others which ought to have gone in with the All Saints and All Souls posts, but slipped through the cracks of my email. (My apologies to those who sent them in.)St Catherine of Alexandria – Karis, FinlandMissa cantata on the patronal feast day, sung by the Schola Gregoriana from Turku ..read more
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St Catherine of Alexandria 2022
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by Gregory DiPippo
3d ago
Truly it is worthy ... through Christ our Lord. Through whom the triumphant, most noble, and outstanding martyr, the virgin Catherine, instructed in the teachings of the prophets, apostles and philosophers, and taught in all languages by the grace of the Holy Spirit by her wonderful wisdom overcame the emperor with the orators, and the world with all its vices. She converted to Christ the august ..read more
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The End and the Beginning of the Church Year: Interlocking Clasps in the Hidden Season
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by Michael P. Foley
3d ago
Michelangelo, "Last Judgement," 1536-1541It may seem strange that in a calendar with “only one” annual cycle of readings, two of the Sundays share virtually the same Gospel. And it may seem stranger still that these two Sundays occur consecutively. The Gospel for the Twenty-Fourth or Last Sunday after Pentecost, taken from Matthew 24:15-35, contains Christ's twofold description of the destruction ..read more
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“Shortly Before Advent” – An Idea Inspired by St. Gertrude the Great
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by Michael P. Foley
4d ago
Saint Gertrude, by Miguel Cabrera, 1763 In the words of Pope Benedict XVI, (General Audience, Oct. 6, 2010) St. Gertrude the Great (1256-1302) “was an exceptional woman, endowed with special natural talents and extraordinary gifts of grace.” A master first of the liberal arts and then of theology, she became famous for her devotion to the poor souls in Purgatory and her mystical visions. Many of ..read more
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“For a General Liturgical Reform” by Annibale Bugnini (Part 5: Conclusion)
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by Peter Kwasniewski
5d ago
With this final installment we complete our publication of the first-ever English translation of Bugnini’s programmatic 1949 article in Ephemerides Liturgicae outlining the plan for a total overhaul of the Church’s liturgical worship. (See Part 1; Part 2; Part 3; Part 4. The entire document may be downloaded as a single PDF.)12. OBSERVATIONS ON CERTAIN PARTS OF THE OFFICEWe have made a few ..read more
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From All Saints to Advent: the Dedication Feasts of November
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by Gregory DiPippo
5d ago
In the Roman Breviary, the Matins lessons for the dedication feasts of the Lateran and Vatican basilicas state that Pope St Silvester I (314-35) consecrated them on November 9th and 18th respectively. However, there is no contemporary or early historical source that attests to this. The Liber Pontificalis, which dedicates a considerable amount of space to Sylvester’s career, says nothing of it ..read more
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The “Barbarous” Sequence of the Presentation
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by Gregory DiPippo
1w ago
In the revised edition of Butler’s Lives of the Saints by Fr Herbert Thurston SJ and Donald Attwater (1956), each main entry is followed by a series of notes of a more scholarly and technical nature. The notes on the feast of the Presentation of the Virgin Mary include the following statement: “In the Henry Bradshaw Society’s reprint of the Missale Romanum of 1474 (vol. ii, pp. 251-253) is an ..read more
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