Monthly Archives February 2015

Fraternity of St Peter: Advent Letter from Australian and New Zealand Seminarians

FSSP Advent Newsletter “By the grace of God, on the 28th of August 2014, having completed a novitiate year at Ezechiel House in Sydney, we arrived in Denton, Nebraska, U.S.A. It was late summer, and, rising upwards from an otherwise unassuming countryside of corn ‐ husks, stood our destination – the Fraternity’s international English ‐ speaking seminary of Our Lady of Guadalupe.”
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The Manner of Receiving Holy Communion – Video from Latin Mass Society

One of the most telling differences between the Traditional Latin Mass and most celebrations of the Novus Ordo is the manner in which the congregation receives Holy Communion. In the Traditional Mass, Communion is received on the tongue and kneeling; in the Novus Ordo in the hand and standing. Many clergy and laity are implacably opposed to the traditional practice, but, as LMS Chairman Dr Joseph Shaw explains here, the traditional practices of Communion on the tongue and kneeling go back many centuries.
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Cardinal Burke interviewed about the time before the Second Vatican Council, marriage and the Synod on the Family

    Interview with Cardinal Burke where he talks about the time before the Second Vatican Council, marriage and the Synod on the Family.  Cardinal Burke also adds some personal insights, including about his devotion to St Joseph and  St Therese of Lisieux who have helped him throughout his priesthood.  He also mentioned the importance of St Therese’s “little way” and his devotion to the Rosary.  Cardinal Burke enjoys the writings of Archbishop Fulton Sheen.   http://www.gloria.tv/media/v6WpZoaFx8t
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The Eastern Churches: ‘it’s a guy thing’

The Chairman of the Latin Mass Society of England and Wales on men being lost to the Church   “I’ve given a lot of space on this blog recently to the question about men being lost to the Church, and a reader kindly mentioned a book which notes the contrasting situation in the Orthodox Church. This is the testimony of an American, female, convert to Orthodoxy. She begins with a reminiscence about attending Vespers when she was new to it.”     http://www.lms.org.uk/news-and-events/chairman-s-blog
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