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  • Four Liturgical Forms [Ordinariate]

    05/18/2010 10:22:34 AM PDT · by marshmallow · 111+ views
    The Anglo-Catholic ^ | 5/17/10 | Fr. John Hunwicke, SSC
    Some things about the Eucharistic worship of the Ordinariates are already clear. Since Ordinariate clergy will be part of the Roman Rite, they will be able lawfully to use the Ordinary Form in a translation which will have received the recognitio of the Holy See – and I am of course thinking of the new ICEL translation of the Roman Rite. Doubtless many will use this rite, since (particularly in England) very many Anglican Catholic clergy have in the past used the OF. Those who adhered to more ‘Anglican’ forms – the Alternative Service Book or Common Worship – commonly...
  • Society of St. Pius I

    05/19/2005 2:43:40 PM PDT · by ninenot · 47 replies · 7,339+ views
    Society of St. Pius I ^ | 5/19/05 | Unknown
    Facts everyone NEEDS to know about the "Traditional" Latin Mass FACT: Even the neotrad “Catholic Encyclopedia” admits the Latin Mass was a radical break with tradition! The REAL Traditional Roman Mass is the Greek Mass of the first three centuries as described by the Apostolic Constitutions and the Apology of St. Justin Martyr. The “Catholic Encyclopedia” written and published in 1913 by diehard "pre-Vatican II" neotrads, was forced to admit that its oh-so-precious “Latin Mass” was a radical and unprecedented break from tradition unlike any that had ever gone before. Just read these shocking quotes from the article “Liturgy of...
  • The Liturgical Movement: How the Traditional Roman Rite, over One Thousand Years Old, Was Destroyed

    02/25/2003 9:00:54 PM PST · by ultima ratio · 5 replies · 349+ views
    The Remnant ^ | February 25, 2003 | Michael Davies
    The Liturgical Movement How the traditional Roman Rite, over one thousand years old, was destroyed Michael Davies REMNANT COLUMNIST, London During the first session of the Second Vatican Council, in the debate on the Liturgy Constitution, Cardinal Alfredo Ottaviani asked: “Are these Fathers planning a revolution?” The Cardinal was old and partly blind. He spoke from the heart without a text about a subject which moved him deeply, and continued: "Are we seeking to stir up wonder, or perhaps scandal among the Christian people, by introducing changes in so venerable a rite, that has been approved for so many centuries...
  • The Spirit of the Liturgy

    11/24/2002 4:55:40 PM PST · by ultima ratio · 125 replies · 167+ views
    Una Voce ^ | November 17, 2002 | Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger
    Una Voce Home News Contact Excerpt from Cardinal Ratzinger's The Sprit of the Liturgy Rites are not rigidly fenced off from each other. There is exchange and cross-fertilization between them. The clearest example is in the case of the two great focal points of ritual development: Byzantium and Rome. In their present form, most of the Eastern rites are very strongly marked by Byzantine influences. For its part, Rome has increasingly united the different rites of the West in the universal Roman rite. While Byzantium gave a large part of the Slavic world its special form of divine worship, Rome...