Daily Archives: 6 January 2009

San Juan Bautista, CA: 25-26 April – Chant workshop

From a reader: CHANT WORKSHOP The second Chant Workshop here on the California Central Coast will be held at the Mission San Juan.  Kathy Reinheimer of the will teach the workshop again, and this year we will be singing at a … Continue reading

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9-13 Feb: in depth TLM workshop for priests – Mundelein, IL (Chicago)

From Fr. Haynes at St. John Cantius in Chicago: The Canons Regular of St. John Cantius, in conjunction with the Archdiocese of Chicago, are offering Traditional Latin Mass Training Workshops for priests and seminarians. Private Altar at Cardinal Stritch House, … Continue reading

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A promise fulfilled

Yesterday evening in the WDTPRS chat room, someone asked about Penjing.  So here is your… PENJING REPORT Penjing is in fine fettle.  I am noticing some new growth, thus suggesting a trim will soon be necessary.  Winter doesn’t seem to … Continue reading

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Movement in the Sign of Peace movement movement

A tip of the three-pointed biretta   o{]:¬)    goes to Jimmy Akin who found an interesting item about the always controversial Sign of Peace in the Novus Ordo.  Where should it go? You have probably heard there has been … Continue reading

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Anniversaries we observe in 2009

My friend Fr. Nicholas Schofield of Roman Miscellany has posted very useful information anniversaries we observe this year of salvation 2009. As usual Roman Miscellany begins the new year by noting some important anniversaries in 2009 that may be of … Continue reading

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WDTPRS – Epiphany (1962MR)

What Does the Prayer Really Say?  6 January – Epiphany (1962 Missale Romanum – Roman Station: San Pietro in Vaticano) “Epiphany” comes from the Greek word for a divine “manifestation” or “revelation”.  The antiphons for Vespers in the Liturgy of … Continue reading

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