New Liturgical Movement: Music from the Rorate Mass

Early this morning, I attended a Rorate Mass at which the following motet by the Spanish composer Cristobal Morales (1500-53)

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New Liturgical Movement: The End and the Beginning of the Church Year: Interlocking Clasps in the Hidden Season

When we keep in mind these artistic and theological hermeneutics, a startling image emerges, like a figure from the fog:

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New Liturgical Movement: “Shortly Before Advent” – An Idea Inspired by St. Gertrude the Great

O most Loving Lord, by Thy pierced Heart, pierce her heart with an arrow of Thy love, so that nothing

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New Liturgical Movement: From All Saints to Advent: the Dedication Feasts of November

On October 31st, the Church militant upon the earth prepares itself for the great solemnity of All Saints with a

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New Liturgical Movement: For He Must Eventually Reign…

“The Sunday next before Advent had an old popular name: ‘Stir-up Sunday’. This derived from the old prayer, the Collect

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New Liturgical Movement: A Child Singing with the Angels: The Non-Funerary Funeral

When a baptized child dies before reaching the age of reason, it goes at once to heaven to praise God

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New Liturgical Movement: “For a General Liturgical Reform” by Annibale Bugnini (Part 3)

We continue our publication of the first-ever English translation of Bugnini’s programmatic 1949 article in Ephemerides Liturgicae, outlining the plan for

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New Liturgical Movement: Book Recommendation: Christian Iconography – Selections from The Art of Painting (1649), by Francesco Pacheco

At long last, this classic treatise on Baroque and Counter-Reformation sacred art has been translated from the original Spanish for

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New Liturgical Movement: “For a General Liturgical Reform”: First-ever Translation of a Programmatic 1949 Article by Annibale Bugnini (Part 1)

NLM is very grateful to Carlo Schena for translating a text of crucial importance in understanding the history of the

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New Liturgical Movement: Two Classic Works by Dom Columba Marmion, in New Centenary Editions

In honor of the upcoming centenary of Dom Columba’s death, Silverstream Priory has brought out new unabridged editions of two

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