Liturgical booklets for the Papal Ceremonies for Sts. Peter and Paul

Do you want to see the liturgical "aids", the booklets published for the closing of the Pauline Year and the Feast of Sts. Peter and Paul by the Holy See’s office for the papal liturgies?

Sunday 28 June

Solemnity of Sts. Peter and Paul
Basilica di San Paolo Fuori le Mura, 1800h (Rome time)
CAPPELLA PAPALE
1st Vespers for the closing of the Pauline Year

Notification

Booklet for the Celebration

Monday 29 June 2009

Solemnity of Sts. Peter and Paul
Vatican Basilica, 0930h (Rome time)
CAPPELLA PAPALE
Holy Mass and imposition of the Pallium on new Metropolitans

Notification

Booklet for the Celebration

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6 Responses to Liturgical booklets for the Papal Ceremonies for Sts. Peter and Paul

  1. TNCath says:

    Oh, how I wish I could be there this time! While I have been to only two of these celebrations, they (and the consistories) are wonderful occasions to celebrate the Church Universal. It’s always quite exciting to watch the priests, monsignori, bishops, archbishops, and cardinals from all over the world meander into the basilica before the Mass begins.

  2. John F. says:

    Is it too late for them to correct the spelling of Archbishop Dolan’s name?

  3. SS Peter and Paul for us is Monday (and the end of the fast!)

  4. Randy_in_MN says:

    We’re leaving for Rome tomorrow afternoon in a pilgrimage group of over forty led by Father Joseph Johnson, rector of the Cathedral of St. Paul. It’s obvious from the programs that we need to brush up on our Latin, Italian and chant!

  5. TJM says:

    I was pleased to see that the Mass is in Latin, save for the readings and prayer of the faithful. I also was very pleased that, per Sacrosanctum
    Concilium, that Gregorian Chant had pride of place. Lastly, thank God, they are using the Roman Canon. Tom

  6. lkfl says:

    Awesome! I’m such a sucker for well-set documents.

    Christuuus vinciiit… Chrituus regnat!