Some of you who pay attention to matters liturgical – in detail – might get an edifying kick out of Peregrinus Gasolinus. The nice folks from Romanitas Press have been reproducing it. Here is a note I received:
Just thought that you might interested to know that I recently posted a new chapter of Peregrinus Gasolinus on my website (romanitaspress.org), which covers a topic that many of your readers may be interested in: The Care of Holy Oils.
Likewise, your readers might also be interested in some of the (often little known) rubrical facts contained in this article on Blessed Sacrament processions: Hold the flower girls, please!
Until next, Father, God bless.
Some of the Peregrinus Gasolinus conversations remind me of real-life debates I have had about things liturgical, and though they are very particular, you can learn a great deal about the principles that lie at the root of liturgical laws, even the laws that have been superseded.