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Cherie Peacock
The well-ordered human existence, including especially its social dimension, is essentially based on the well-ordered language employed. A well...
Fr. William Dillard
Since Vatican II gallons of ink have been spilled in the “liturgy wars.” Considering the disregard for the Council’s instructions on the Mass,...
Joanna Bogle
Do pomp and pageantry challenge would-be converts? A reverent Mass celebrated with full solemnity is never a bad thing: It may touch hearts in...
Thomas E. Woods Jr.
In July 2007, Pope Benedict XVI made one of the Church’s treasures—a liturgical form observed by Roman Catholics for centuries—available to...
Anthony Esolen
Part One of our series on liturgical music looked at why contemporary Church music is unsingable. As it turns out, strained melodies are just...
Karl Keating
You might know a priest like the one I have in mind: is reverent during Mass, gives competent homilies, and is faithful to the rubrics—but with...
Jimmy Akin
In the wake of the Second Vatican Council, the emphasis in translation was on making the Mass accessible to the broadest possible audience....
Kenneth D. Whitehead
One of the longest-running liturgical disputes involves the question of whether we should be kneeling or standing during Mass and at Communion...
Bishop Fabian Bruskewitz
I celebrated the Mass in the Tridentine rite in first years of my priesthood after my ordination in 1960, and even now I am happy to celebrate...
Karl Keating
In the first document ever to be signed by officials from eight different curial offices (including the Congregations for the Clergy, the...