Daily Archives: 2 June 2008

USS Theodore Roosevelt revisited

I found this photo some days back here: This is the TLM aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt, which I visited a while back. Here is my shot of this same altar in the chapel of the aircraft carrier. Here I am … Continue reading

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TLM – County Kildare and a new blog in Ireland for the Extraordinary Form

A reader sent me this: A new blog for an ancient Liturgy.  The first few posts are self-explanatory.  St. Conleth’s Catholic Heritage Association has been working for the provision of the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite in the Diocese … Continue reading

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Musical notation – St. Matthew’s Cathedral in Washington, DC

I got this by e-mail: Greetings Father, I always enjoy your blog.  If you have not heard, our friend Tom Stehle, architect of the musical atrocities of the Papal Mass at National’s Stadium, was hired as Director of Music at … Continue reading

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The debate continues

The debate rages. Is it a Pewee or a Phoebe? Pewee or Phoebe? Here are a couple new shots. Here he is in full tail bob.   Phoebe? Meanwhile, here is a shot in the chapel from Saturday.

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Chicago: Wonderful liturgical eye-candy, St. John Cantius style

Summorum Pontificum will be exerting a powerful influence on the way people understand liturgical practice, the ars celebrandi, what our liturgical heritage is, how to think of worship in terms of continuity rather than rupture.  The thought and example of … Continue reading

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Washington DC & Baltimore: upcoming Solemn TLMs

This is in my e-mail: Next weekend, there will be two special Solemn High Masses (1962 Missal), in addition to the usual 2nd Sunday Mass at Old St Mary’s in DC.  The additional ones are connected with the Priestly Fraternity … Continue reading

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