Category Archives: Liturgy
How?! How can we restore this understanding of Liturgy in the West? Heaven, Christ and all the angels and saints are present. The heavenly liturgy and earthly liturgy are one.
This is largely a follow up of the initial post, on the Divine Office for Laymen, I wrote way, way back during Lent. I feel that the Divine Office is a lost treasure and am trying to present it in as clear … Continue reading
Today is the 9 year anniversary of Pope Benedict XVI removing restrictions on priests offering the traditional Roman Liturgy. Finally, there must be no innovations unless the good of the Church genuinely and certainly requires them, – Second Vatican Council, … Continue reading
I wrote about the Penitential Psalm’s last year. I will be posting them randomly, one at a time, over the next couple of weeks. With audio/video of them being sung. The First Penitential psalm is psalm 6. Domine, ne in furore. (psalm 6 … Continue reading
I suggested in my pre-lent posting possibly taking up part of the “divine office”. What is it anyway? This is intended as a sort of introduction. In general, the Divine Office is a series of liturgical prayers which take place … Continue reading
Actually I have been for a while, but I thought I’d throw the details up here. My how to ebook on introducing Gregorian Chant in Catholic parishes can be found here – http://cruachanhill.blogspot.com/p/the-gregorian-schola-for-beginners-by.html A couple of years ago I wrote … Continue reading