Daily Archives: 29 June 2008

Benedict XVI and Bartholomew I: together the Creed in Greek

Today during the Mass for the Solemnity of Sts. Peter and Paul, Benedict XVI and Bartholomew I recited the Creed together in Greek. This is interesting for several reasons. First, for so long it has been nearly obligatory to have … Continue reading

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Boston Cathedral: weekly Sunday TLM?

I have received a few e-mails about this, but they are all very vague.     Father:       After the decree of suppression was read at the 9:00 TLM today at Holy Trinity Church in Boston, the parochial administrator (who is … Continue reading

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WDTPRS: Collect (2002MR) Sts. Peter & Paul

The Collect for the Novus Ordo today is in part inspired by that of the parallel prayer in the 1962 Missale Romanum.  However, it seems to be a rather new creation, if not entirely new. COLLECT: Deus, qui huius diei … Continue reading

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Pallium points

There has been much buzz about the pallium this year.  Pope Benedict has shifted the the papal pallium away from the very ancient, drapy stole-like "archeological" form back (and forward) to one of the historical forms which can be seen … Continue reading

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Insider rumor about the SSPX letter-response to Rome

I received a tip via e-mail. Before reading this, I am getting it second hand and also I have no way to get separate confirmation.  So, we have to take this for what it is worth.  It’s up to you. … Continue reading

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Communion on the tongue, kneeling – Benedict XVI’s good example

Again for the Holy Mass for Sts. Peter and Paul, the Holy Father is distributing Communion only to people who are kneeling and he is giving It on the tongue only. You could see them set up the kneeler. This … Continue reading

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Sts. Peter & Paul: Papal Mass – images and sermons

Holy Mass has begun in Rome at St. Peter’s Basilica for the feast of Sts. Peter & Paul. The old new form of papal pallium is being used.   The Holy Father has shifted away from the archeologically correct, but odd, … Continue reading

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