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Thursday, September 20, 2007

Diocese of Little Rock preparing priests for the Latin Mass

The Diocese of Little Rock in Arkansas in embracing Pope Benedict's moto poprio. Diocese, Latin Mass community respond to new papal support.

This is in much contrast to this Springfield, Missouri priest who takes a very un-pastoral approach to those wanting the Latin Mass in his parish.

NFP vs. Contraceptive Video

These videos are made by seminarians. There are five on youtube. Here is the first one.

Sunday, September 16, 2007

Saturday, September 15, 2007

Traditonal Latin Mass in Kansas City

Kansas City Catholic reports that His Excellency Robert W. Finn, bishop of the diocese of Kansas City-Saint Joseph, will celebrate the Traditional Latin Mass in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception on Saturday, Sept. 15.

It's great to see a bishop celebrating the TLM in his cathedral the day after the motu proprio takes effect.

Read more here.

Personally, I've never attended a TLM. However, I really want to and hopefully the opportunities to do so will continue to grow.

Baronius Press

BARONIUS PRESS PUBLISHES THE TRADITIONAL LITTLE OFFICE OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY IN ACORDANCE WITH SUMMORUM PONTIFICUM

Baronius Press announces the publication of a new edition of The Little Office of the Blessed Virgin Mary, from the Breviary of the Extraordinary Latin Liturgy, as permitted by Summorum Pontificum.

“The Little Office of the Blessed Virgin Mary has been a corner stone of Catholic devotion, for both priests and lay people, throughout the centuries. We hope that by publishing this new edition, people today will discover the fruits of these beautiful prayers to the Mother of God” notes Dr. John Newton, Editor of Baronius Press.

Of particular note is the inclusion of the complete Gregorian chant for the Office in this book. The music for the Little Office has never before been gathered together in one volume.

Fr. Berg, Superior of the Priestly Fraternity of St Peter warmly welcomed this new publication: “Devotion to Our Lady is part of the spiritual life of the Church, and fulfils her words that all generations will call her blessed (Luke i.48). The Little Office will help the Faithful to pray with even greater devotion to Our Blessed Lady. ”

This publication is published in cooperation with the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, A Society of Apostolic Life of Pontifical Right founded with the approval of His Holiness Pope John Paul II in 1988, for the formation and sanctification of priests in the framework of the TRADITIONAL LITURGY of the ROMAN RITE and their pastoral deployment in the service of the Church.



PRESS RELEASE

BARONIUS PRESS SEES DOUBLING IN SALES OF THE
TRADITIONAL LATIN MISSAL

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Baronius Press, the London based Catholic book publisher, has seen a doubling in sales of Extraordinary Rite Missals, since the motu proprio Summorum Pontifum was announced two months ago. “It would seem that Summorum Pontificum, has generated a considerable amount of interest and excitement in the traditional Latin liturgy among the Catholic laity”, commented Dr. John Newton, Baronius Press’s Editor.

As the only publisher in the world of a Church approved 1962 Latin Missal1, Baronius Press has received media attention around the world, including features on Vatican Radio and EWTN. The Baronius 1962 Missal, which is being reprinted at the moment, includes the full text of the motu proprio Summorum Pontificum at the front (in Latin and English).

“We felt it was important to include the full text of the Summorum Pontificum in the Missal, as a continuous reminder of the Holy Father’s generous permission, for all the Catholic faithful, to freely participate in the Extraordinary form of the Mass” concludes Dr. Newton.

This publication is published in cooperation with the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, A Society of Apostolic Life of Pontifical Right founded with the approval of His Holiness Pope John Paul II in 1988, for the formation and sanctification of priests in the framework of the TRADITIONAL LITURGY of the ROMAN RITE and their pastoral deployment in the service of the Church.




For further information please contact us via our website www.baroniuspress.com