New Liturgical Movement: An Essential Resource for Restorationists: Detailed Charts Comparing Pre-’55, ’55, and ’62 Mass and Office

In the slow but steady work of restoring the Roman liturgical tradition, it seems that we are never quite fully

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New Liturgical Movement: The Mortifying Orations of Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday, which inaugurates the sacred season of Lent, is one of the most memorable days of the liturgical year.

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New Liturgical Movement: A 12th-Century Coptic Gospel Book (Part 1)

Here is another beautiful manuscript which I stumbled across on one of my favorite websites for liturgical books, that of

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The Reading of Genesis in Septuagesima

GREGORY DIPIPPO The children of Israel served the king of Babylon for seventy years, and afterwards, were set free and

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New Liturgical Movement: How Do You Solve A Problem Like The Canon? (Part 1)

In the last several days, some of the less healthy parts of the Catholic internet have been subjected to a

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New Liturgical Movement: When We Love, We Want to Know Names and Faces

What a man who has brain damage has taught me about love; and what it reveals about the 9th-century theology

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New Liturgical Movement: Liturgical Notes on the Purification of the Virgin Mary

The medieval liturgical commentator William Durandus, writing at the end of the 13th century, describes the Purification as a “double

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New Liturgical Movement: The Purifying Orations of Candlemas

The feast of the Purification is nicknamed Candlemas because the day is marked with a great blessing of candles and

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New Liturgical Movement: The Power of Catholic Customs: A Candlemas Procession in the Life of Dom Hubert van Zeller

In his extremely entertaining and somewhat melancholy autobiography One Foot in the Cradle, well-known spiritual writer Dom Hubert van Zeller

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New Liturgical Movement: “If Synodality Can’t Get Young People Interested in the Church, Then What Can?”

It would be perfectly reasonable for you to assume that that questioning headline comes from Eccles or the Babylon Bee,

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