Monthly Archives: November 2010

On Small Faithfulness

In a post at the New Liturgical Movement blog, Claudio Salvucci writes: It may surprise Anglicans–it certainly surprised me–at how numerically negligible some of the existing ethnic enclaves within Holy Mother Church really are. The Annuario of Eastern Churches states … Continue reading

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Verbum Domini

POST-SYNODAL APOSTOLIC EXHORTATION VERBUM DOMINI (click on link for full pdf, see below for html links) OF THE HOLY FATHER BENEDICT XVI 70. As part of the enhancement of the word of God in the liturgy, attention should also be paid … Continue reading

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Representing the soul of a people

from Pope Benedict XVI’s homily at the DEDICATION OF THE EXPIATORY TEMPLE OF SAGRADA FAMILIA, BARCELONA (full text translation at Whispers from the Loggia website) ….What do we do when we dedicate this church? In the heart of the world, placed before … Continue reading

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Praying Twice

Now that the SWVa Latin Mass is getting on the ground, so to speak, it would be great if some sort of “Gregorian Chant workshop for the Appalachians” could be held somewhere in Southwest Virginia, say at the Jubilee House … Continue reading

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