Tag Archives: Latin liturgy

Guest Post: Use of Latin in the Ordinary Form

From a reader:
I thought you may be interested to know that our priest, for certain Daily Masses in the Ordinary Form, is using Latin for the majority of the Mass. We use English for the readings, the collect, postcommunion, and … Continue reading

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QUAERITUR: Requesting Mass in Latin in the Ordinary Form

From a reader:
Can one use the provisions of Summorum Pontificum as the basis for
requesting that an occasional OF Mass be said in Latin? I want to have all my ducks in a row (i.e. asking an organist and cantor if they would … Continue reading

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PODCAzT 114: Sing those Litanies!

Inspired by something I did recently in New York City, in this audio project I get into Litanies, namely, singing Litanies, not just reciting them.  I guess this is also a PRAYERCAzT.
Litanies are beautiful expressions of faith, hope and love, … Continue reading

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