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New Consultors for the CDW

Among those named are Massimo Palombella, director of the Sistine Choir, and Bruce Harbert, former director of ICEL who guided much of the English missal translation before ICEL’s work was gutted and distorted by Vox Clara.

“The body/blood of Christ” vs. ***** [crickets]

Should concelebrants “take” communion or “receive” it?

The German Language Order of the Mass

The Roman document Liturgiam authenticam can be interpreted in a variety of ways, and bishops’ conferences are differing widely in their implementation of it.

Field Report: Mass with the USCCB

One on the benefits of being a deacon of the Premier See is that you occasionally have the opportunity to serve at one of the Masses celebrated by the bishops of the United States during their November Meeting. It was my turn this morning.

Book of the Chair: Today’s USCCB Vote Explained

The discussion showed that there are reasons coming from all sides for favoring or opposing this thing.

Archbishop Wilton Gregory Elected Chair of USCCB Liturgy Committee

He has published numerous articles on the subject of liturgy, particularly in the African-American community.

Next Head of USCCB Liturgy Committee: Gregory or Barres?

Archbishop Wilton Gregory’s motto is: We Are The Lord’s – be sure to include the apostrophe!

“Book of the Chair” Pursued by US Bishops

It seems that commonsense is prevailing now.

The Order of Celebrating Matrimony, Second Edition Is Approved

This is a translation of the revised official Latin rite which appeared in 1990.

U.S. National Statutes for the Catechumenate: Update

“RCIA is not a flash in the pan, because the Christian life is not a flash in the pan.”

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