Tag Archives: Latin Mass

Love Letters to the Latin Mass 4: The Priest Leads Us to Him

From Catholic Stand Looking at the priest has no importance. What matters is looking together at the Lord. It is not now a question of dialogue, but of common worship, of setting off towards the One who is to come. … Continue reading

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Bishop Schneider – What is Going on with Francis & The Latin Mass, and German Bishops?

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ANNOUNCEMENT: Latinmass.com to Double TLM Worldwide

By Jacob Tate on 1P5 The team behind the popular Mass of the Ages documentary trilogy has announced our plans to create an online platform designed to increase Latin Masses worldwide. The platform will host the popular “Mass of the Ages” documentary trilogy; stunning … Continue reading

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Worship Prefect interviewed

First posted on 17 June 2022 by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf on his Blog: At Vatican News we find an interview with the Prefect of Worship, whom Francis designated as a Cardinal, Archbp. Arthur Roche, once of Leeds and less-than-successful head of ICEL. Roche is an … Continue reading

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Pope Francis appoints pro-LGBT, anti-Latin Mass cardinals to Vatican liturgy office

With the Congregation for Divine Worship already led by Cardinal-elect Arthur Roche, Pope Francis has assembled a number of prelates to guide the Church’s worship who firmly oppose the traditional Mass. VATICAN CITY, LifeSiteNews: Pope Francis has made a number … Continue reading

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The Traddy-Ban captures Rome

Enjoy another little gem from Eccles: Catholics worldwide have been stunned by the news that the Tradi-ban is now occupying Rome, led by the triumvirate of Bar-Golio, Pah-Rolin, and Ahfah-Roche. Last night Rome was full of Tradi-Ban troops singing the … Continue reading

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‘Vera fraternitas’: June, the Month of Brothers

By Peter Kwasniewski: ”June is what I like to call “the month of brothers,” where we find a quartet of blood brothers who won through to heaven together.” Gervase and Protase June 8, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) — One of the most … Continue reading

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Pope Francis surveys bishops worldwide on Traditional Latin Mass

Urgent appeal to the bishops of the world: Feed your flock Sign the petition here. Maike Hickson at LifeSiteNews: A leaked letter allegedly sent by the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith to the presidents of bishops’ conferences inquiring … Continue reading

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Cardinal Burke: Church is ‘experiencing one of the greatest crises she has ever known’

From LifeSiteNews: Cardinal Raymond Burke told a sold-out Catholic conference in Detroit last weekend that “there is no question that the Church is currently experiencing one of the greatest crises which she has ever known.” “Today perhaps as at no time … Continue reading

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A Priest’s View Of Latin Mass Vs. New Mass

from: Fr. Carota:  http://www.traditionalcatholicpriest.com Constantly I hear from people that they do not go to the Latin Mass because they do not understand Latin.  (Some even think that the homily is in Latin.)  So please, just for now, let us … Continue reading

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Latin Mass, Latin Exorcism, Latin Sacraments Crush The Devil

from:http://www.traditionalcatholicpriest.com Ancient Catholic Missals show that the Latin Mass Canon has been basically the same ever since Pope Gregory the Great (560-604). Pope Pius V (1504-1572), only slightly modified this ancient Gregorian Missal, along with some of the rubrics.  He … Continue reading

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How John Paul II Restored Liturgical Sanity

from: http://www.crisismagazine.com/ by Jeffrey Tucker We tend to think of the papacy of Benedict XVI as the papacy that put the Catholic liturgy back together again, turning the “hermeneutic of rupture” into the “hermeneutic of continuity.” Rarely receiving the credit … Continue reading

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April may be cruel month for relations with traditionalists

John L Allen Jr on Mar. 24, 2011 For anyone hoping that longstanding ruptures between Rome and the traditionalist wing of the Catholic church are on the brink of swift resolution, it may turn out that April is indeed the … Continue reading

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