Search for in author OR full textWord matches: latin: 432
1 - Jun 2013 - Letters: Liturgical heritage, 'Temple Policeman'(Subscribers only - please login to view)
Not only have these visits seen a revived participation among the large communities of Eastern Catholics in Australia but also sparked the interest of many young Latin Catholics who could be seen doing their best to follow the mysteriously foreign liturgies of the East.
2 - Jun 2013 - Why we need the Rosary, Cedric Wright(Subscribers only - please login to view)
This could well have been the origin of the name Rosenkranz (Wreath of Roses) which became Rosarius (Garland of Roses) in Latin and Rosary in English.
3 - Jun 2013 - Pope begins reform of the Vatican Curia, Peter Westmore(Subscribers only - please login to view)
Some commentators were quick to claim that the advisory group was the sign of a new collegial Church as though previous popes had not established groups and commissions on every topic from the future of the Catholic Social Studies Movement (1957) to the legal status of the Traditional Latin Mass (1986).
4 - May 2013 - Ancient Greek contributions to Western Church music, Christopher Warner
Occasionally one has the opportunity to retell the beautiful history of our past with new stimulating details.
5 - May 2013 - History: The Church in the Middle Ages: the role of bishops, Frank Mobbs
In medieval Latin Christendom virtually every Christian lived under the authority of a bishop.
6 - May 2013 - News: The Church Around the World
I think there is real opportunity now in Latin America to move in this direction he said pointing to a 2007 document issued by the bishops of Latin America that marked the real turning point from institutional maintenance Counter-Reformation Catholicism in Latin America which had counted on the ambient culture to carry the faith for 500 years.
7 - May 2013 - Francis: pope of paradox, Damian Wyld
In his eight-year reign Benedict XVI achieved an incredible amount: the establishment of the Anglican Ordinariate the opening of dialogue with the various Orthodox churches removal of restrictions on the Traditional Latin Mass and sacraments doctrinal talks with the Society of St Pius X and countless new appointments of bishops and cardinals to name but a few.
8 - Apr 2013 - Books: PERPETUA'S PASSIONS, ed. Jan N. Bremmer and Marco Formisano, Peter Westmore
Perpetuas Passions the result of this conference also includes a new translation of the text based on a careful study of separate Latin and Greek versions which have been handed down to us.
9 - Apr 2013 - Pilgrimage: A Holy Land pilgrimage with Scott and Kimberly Hahn, Wanda Skowronska
Along with other Knights in this group they received the pilgrim shell (an honour for pilgrim Knights) on 9 January from Bishop William Shomali representing his Beatitude Fouad Twal Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem and pledged to continue defending Christendom.
10 - Apr 2013 - POPE FRANCIS: 'REBUILD MY CHURCH', Michael Gilchrist
More than two million people are already expected to participate and with a new Pope from Latin America I am sure many millions more will be coming.
11 - Mar 2013 - Priestly celibacy: being one with Christ and His mission, Father John O'Neill PP
The English word is a bit weak; Latin is better: Velle bonum to will goodness for the person loved.
12 - Mar 2013 - The bitter harvest of induced abortion, Babette Francis
Chinas One-Child Policy Karen Malec reported that Communist Chinas one child per couple policy is at least partially responsible for its escalating breast cancer rates according to two recent studies.
13 - Feb 2013 - Books: THE PASSION OF PERPETUA AND FELICITY, by Thomas J. Heffernan, Peter Westmore
It includes what he considers to be the best of the Latin texts and English translations as well as a very detailed 250 page commentary on the text.
14 - Feb 2013 - Pilgrimage: Christus Rex Pilgrimage 2012: from Ballarat to Bendigo, Patrick Doyle
Last October over three hundred pilgrims walked from St Patricks Cathedral Ballarat on a chilly Friday morning to Sacred Heart Cathedral Bendigo on Sunday afternoon for Solemn High Latin Mass in the presence of Most Rev Les Tomlinson the Bishop of Sandhurst (Bendigo).
15 - Feb 2013 - Schools: Drawing pupils to God through the true, the good and the beautiful, Rosemary Anderson
The first year which occurred in 2012 involved a re-vamp of the English department and the introduction of Latin classes.
16 - Feb 2013 - News: The Church Around the World
In addition the analysis revealed that Christianity has roughly equal numbers in Latin America and the Caribbean Europe and sub-Saharan Africa.
17 - Dec 2012 - History: Parish life in the Middle Ages (Part 1), Frank Mobbs
I shall attend to Church life in the Latin or Western part of the Church in the thirteenth century.
18 - Nov 2012 - Books: A MIDLIFE JOURNEY, by Gerald O'Collins SJ, Frank Mobbs
He was one topping the school in classics (Greek and Latin) and decided to give himself to God as a Jesuit.
19 - Nov 2012 - Pope's Lebanon visit sends a message of peace to Middle East, Michael Gilchrist
Following Mass Benedict formally presented the document to representatives from the Latin-rite Maronite Melkite Armenian Coptic Chaldean and Assyrian Catholic Churches living in countries from Egypt to Iran.
20 - Oct 2012 - Reflection: The Year of Faith and the Church's missionary role, Fr Dennis W. Byrnes
Pope Benedict XVI in the Motu Proprio (a Latin phrase which means on his own authority) Porta Fidei (quot;the Door of Faith) stated: Through His love Jesus Christ attracts to Himself the people of every generation: in every age He convokes the Church entrusting her with the proclamation of the Gospel by a mandate that is ever new.
21 - Sep 2012 - Australian Catholic Students Association Conference 2012, Br Barry Coldrey
The Conference opened with a Sung High Mass in the Extraordinary Latin Rite.
22 - Aug 2012 - Books: THE NEW EVANGELISATION: Issues and Challenges for Catholic Schools, Br Barry Coldrey
De-Christianised West Benedict XVI in his address to the Brazilian hierarchy during a visit to Latin America in May 2007 stressed this fundamental mission of the Church: The mission entrusted to us as teachers of the faith and as we are bound directly to Christ the Good Shepherd is this: Our Saviour desires all men to be saved and come to the knowledge of the truth (1 Tim 2:4).
23 - Aug 2012 - Books: LESSONS IN A ROSE-GARDEN: Reviving the Doctrinal Rosary, by Aidan Nichols O.P., Peter Westmore
The word rosary comes from the Latin rosarium meaning a rose garden.
24 - Aug 2012 - Benedict XVI sets up Anglican Ordinariate for Australia, Monsignor Harry Entwistle
Liturgies The Ordinariate may use any liturgy authorised for use in the Latin Rite but in order to maintain the Anglican spiritual tradition the Pope has authorised a commission to produce liturgies that reflect that tradition for use in the Ordinariate.
25 - Jun 2012 - Latin: Pope John XXIII's document on Latin: 50th anniversary, Salvatore Cernuzio
On 22 February 1962 Pope John XXIII signed the apostolic constitution Veterum Sapientia on the study and use of Latin as a result of which he hoped among other things that an academic institute of Latin would be created in Rome.
26 - May 2012 - Reflection: Nicene Creed's "consubstantial":What does this mean?, Bishop Arthur Serratelli
When translating the Bible from Latin into German Martin Luther created neologisms such as Morgenland (the land where the morning sun rises) for the Orient.
27 - May 2012 - Benedict XVI builds on John Paul II's historic Cuba visit, Michael Gilchrist
Following his highly successful visit to Mexico Benedict XVI completed a three day visit (26-28 March) to Cuba Latin Americas least Catholic nation where fewer than 10% practise the faith.
28 - May 2012 - Mexico: Benedict XVI's reflection on Our Lady of Guadalupe, Pope Benedict XVI
I place once again this country all Latin America and the Caribbean before the gentle gaze of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
29 - Apr 2012 - Archbishop Gomez: 'creative conservative', Giacomo Galeazzi
In 2007 CNN pointed him out as one of the most prominent Hispanics during the Month of Hispanic Tradition and among other roles he is a founding member of the Catholic Latin American Leaders (C.
30 - Apr 2012 - Culture: Christianity's essential role in civilising our society, Bishop Julian Porteous
When we speak of the link between religion and social capital it is useful to note that the word religion comes from the Latin word religare which means to bind.
31 - Apr 2012 - eVangelisation: The Catholic Church and the digital media revolution - cradio.org.au, Jason Rushton
The Second Vatican Council used the Latin phrase Inter Mirifica (Among Wonderful Things) to begin its assessment of the enormous changes in communication technology during the first half of the 20th century.
32 - Mar 2012 - Books: MISSA CANTATA: A Chant Mass for the Assembly, Accompaniments by Geoffrey Cox, Christopher Trikilis
The 2010 English translation of the Roman Missal by the International Commission on English in the Liturgy (ICEL) allows the faithful throughout the English-speaking world the opportunity to gain a greater understanding of the liturgy and sacred Scripture through a more authentic interpretation of the Latin texts.
33 - Feb 2012 - Letters: SSPX schools, Ken Bayliss
He is now teaching Missal Latin to High School students in San Jose California.
34 - Feb 2012 - Census: Growth and decline in the churches: research findings, Frank Mobbs
Hegy describes the parish as a community of communities whose model is the Small Christian Communities of Latin America.
35 - Feb 2012 - News: The Church Around the World
Benedict XVIs visit his second to Latin America following his trip to Brazil in 2007 will coincide with initiatives organised by the local episcopate to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the discovery of the image of Our Lady of Charity patroness of Cuba.
36 - Feb 2012 - Curia: Benedict XVI names 22 new cardinals for his fourth consistory, Peter Westmore
Only one new cardinal is from Latin America and none from Africa.
37 - Dec 2011 - Letters: Devotion to Mary, Cedric Wright
As a young man I was a convert to the Catholic Church in the years before Vatican II and I rejoiced in the Latin liturgy and the overwhelming majesty of the Churchs traditions - not least devotion to the Most Holy Mother of God and the Communion of Saints.
38 - Dec 2011 - Summorum Pontificum: Latin Mass in Melbourne's St Patrick's Cathedral, Michael Daniel
In the wake of Summorum Pontificum (2007) Pope Benedict XVIs motu proprio freeing up restrictions on the celebration of the Extraordinary Form of the Mass - known to some readers as the Traditional Latin Mass - a group of lay faithful sought to have a weekday celebration of the Extraordinary Form in St Patricks Cathedral Melbourne.
39 - Dec 2011 - Schools: St Philomena's school: a beacon of excellence, Alistair Barros
St Philomenas classical curriculum includes Latin Ancient Greek and Roman History Logic and French.
40 - Oct 2011 - Catholic Schools: Saint Mary MacKillop Colleges, Wagga Wagga: progress report, Sr Mary Augustine OP
They have attended weekly school Mass in both the ordinary and extraordinary forms of the Roman rite and encountered the rich culture of the Church in hymns and Mass settings in both Latin and English.
41 - Oct 2011 - News: The Church Around the World
The Pope also recalled how Bach would always sign his compositions SDG meaning Soli Deo Gloria in Latin or Glory to God Alone in English.
42 - Sep 2011 - Letters: Where is Jesus?, Michael Apthorp
But fortunately the new translation follows Matthews wording exactly changing only my servant to my soul which is precisely what the original Latin does in the Mass.
43 - Sep 2011 - Youth: Catholic young adult ministry: Sydney's formula for success, Br Barry Coldrey
Some of their children including those involved in the above retreat have been home-schooled others move in the networks of confident orthodox religious movements such as the Latin Mass Community Regnum Christi the Emmanuel Community the Neo-Catechumenate the Missionaries of Gods Love the Fraternas the Franciscan (Capuchins) the Dominican friars and the Young Men of God.
44 - Aug 2011 - Books: PRODIGAL DAUGHTERS: Catholic women come home to the Church, ed. Donna Steichen, Michael Daniel
Faith weakened Not only were there largely external pressures on Catholic women entering adulthood for Steichen also identifies factors within the Church in the years following the Second Vatican Council that shook the faith of these women: vacuous faith formation in the form of defective religious instruction; and changes in the liturgy which all too often replaced the Latin Mass with banal celebrations of Mass featuring music described as sacro-pop and being riddled with liturgical abuses and lacking any sense of the sacred.
45 - Aug 2011 - Letters: Rose-coloured glasses, Cathy Cleary
There seems to be a view among your journalists and correspondents that pre-Vatican II Catholicism in Australia was a period of beautiful Mass celebrations with perfectly appropriate music (mainly Gregorian chant) and reverent congregations who followed the mainly Latin Masses in their missals with rapt attention and complete understanding.
46 - Aug 2011 - Obituary: John Wright (1923-2011): pillar of the Catholic faith, Michael Gilchrist
He had a natural love of and aptitude for languages excelling at Latin and French and after completing school in 1940 went on to complete a Law degree at Melbourne University.
47 - Aug 2011 - Bishop Conley on the new Missal translation: 'The very words of God', Bishop James Conley
I would venture to bet that many younger Catholics have no idea that the prayers we say at Mass are translated from an authoritative Latin text.
48 - Jul 2011 - Letters: Lack of vocations, Susanna Vale
The bishop then used his contacts to report on this seminarians every movement hauling him over the coals for such outrageous indiscretions as praying the Rosary with his friends attending Adoration and Benediction being present at a Latin Mass reading the Catechism and supporting the Churchs teachings in their entirety.
49 - Jul 2011 - Universae Ecclesiae: Vatican document strengthens use of the traditional Latin liturgy, Fr Glen Tattersall
The decree Universae Ecclesiae issued by the Pontifical Commission Ecclesia Dei on 13 May 2011 reflects the Holy Sees considered response to the reports received from the Bishops of the Latin Rite on the third anniversary of Summorum Pontificum and the practical difficulties - including significant Episcopal opposition - that have arisen in attempting to implement the Motu Proprio.
50 - Jul 2011 - News: The Church Around the World
Catholic News Agency English bishops promote new Mass translation In a letter read in all parishes 29 May the English bishops said the current translation of the Mass does not express the full meaning of the original Latin and loses some of the teaching of the faith meant to be communicated in the liturgy: In the earlier translation not all the meaning of the original Latin text was fully expressed and a number of the terms that were used to convey the teachings of the faith were lost.
51 - Jun 2011 - Books: THE STORY OF THE LITURGY IN IRELAND, by Edmond Gerard Cullinan, Michael E Daniel
One constant theme throughout the work is that Irelands liturgical history cannot be understood without reference to that of Western Europe for various trends and developments within the Latin rite were reflected in the liturgical life of the Irish Church the only Western region outside of the Roman Empire that had an established Christian community by the time of the fall of the Roman Empire.
52 - Jun 2011 - News: The Church Around the World
Ours is a strong and very real faith in what happens at Mass and it is appropriate that the robust words used in Latin to express the human reality and our need for the Lords redeeming mercy are translated accordingly in English.
53 - May 2011 - Liturgy: Welcome to the new translation of the Missal, Audrey English
Other countries have a more accurate rendering of the original Latin.
54 - May 2011 - University Life: Australian Catholic Students' Conference 2011 a success, Br Barry Coldrey
Not a few are members of Latin Mass communities or the networks surrounding the Franciscan Capuchin friars the Dominicans and the Missionaries of Gods Love.
55 - May 2011 - The Anglican Ordinariate: what impact on Catholic worship?, Shawn Tribe
Further compounding this problem is that fact that despite the clear directives of Vatican II Latin has been virtually supplanted within parish liturgical life.
56 - Apr 2011 - Books: EUROPE AND THE FAITH, by Hilaire Belloc, Michael Daniel
Instead they maintained essential elements of it one obvious example being language: the Romance languages are derivatives of Latin not of barbarian tongues.
57 - Apr 2011 - Literature: The 'impossible dream' of Don Quixote (1 Corinthians 1:21), Andrew Kania
First modern novel So important a work is Don Quixote that Carlos Fuentes Macas an enormous figure in 20th Century Latin American literature has remarked about the novel: Don Quixote is the first modern novel ever written and certainly the fountainhead of European and American fiction.
58 - Mar 2011 - News: The Church Around the World
Bishop Roche continued: In the new translation we find a text that is more faithful to the Latin text and therefore a text which is richer in its theological content and allusions to the Scriptures but also a translation which I believe will move peoples hearts and minds in prayer.
59 - Mar 2011 - Nazareth: Patriarch Fouad of Jerusalem: Annunciation homily, His Beatitude Fouad Twal, Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem
As I carry in the Latin Patriarchate the responsibility of the mother of all churches I am reminded of the memory of the Annunciation when God sent the angel Gabriel to a town in Galilee called Nazareth to a virgin betrothed to a man named Joseph from the House of David and the name of the Virgin was Mary.
60 - Feb 2011 - Pope Benedict honours Catholic Women's League member Brenda Finlayson, AD2000 Report
Its international Board is currently made up of 27 members from five regions - Africa Asia Pacific Europe Latin America and the Caribbean and North America - each representing the Catholic womens organisation(s) of her country.
61 - Dec 2010 - Homily: Christus Rex Pilgrimage: Building God's Kingdom on earth, Bishop Peter J. Elliott
Mass in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite (the traditional Latin Mass) is celebrated solemnly each day on route.
62 - Nov 2010 - Letters: Declarations, Frank Mobbs
The only evidence is the word declares (Latin declarat).
63 - Nov 2010 - Letters: Future Church, Tom King
The summary provided by Dr Frank Mobbs (July AD2000) relating to John Allens recent book The Future Church with its predictions of what the Catholic Church might be like in 50 years time was informative and inspirational in that one can so readily relate to problems evidenced today with their likely potential for the future.
64 - Oct 2010 - Latin Mass Melbourne: Rosary Sonatas
Latin Mass Melbourne presents Australias leading baroque trio Latitude 37 performing Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Bibers famous Rosary Sonatas in their original setting with a decade of the Rosary being prayed between each sonata.
65 - Oct 2010 - Good priests: the Church's essential foot soldiers, Cardinal George Pell
Example of Christ The Catholic priesthood in our Latin Church with its traditions of mandatory celibacy and effective service is a source of endless fascination and provocation to our secular friends.
66 - Oct 2010 - New Missal: Why we need the new translation of the Mass, Bishop Peter J. Elliott
Next year a new English translation of the 2002 Latin edition of the Missale Romanum the Roman Missal will be introduced.
67 - Oct 2010 - News: The Church Around the World
In addition 76 percent support the decision by President Mauricio Funes to reject the Brasilia Consensus which promotes the legalisation of abortion in Latin America.
68 - Sep 2010 - Vocations: The story of a grandmother and her love of the priesthood, Andrew Kania
Being Polish she was of course a member of the Latin Church and a devout member at that.
69 - Sep 2010 - University: Another successful Australian Catholic Students Conference, Br Barry Coldrey
There are well-prepared Eucharistic celebrations Masses in both the English and extraordinary Latin rites energised by the music of a fine Schola trained by Ben Wilson.
70 - Aug 2010 - The Mass: why we should focus on its essence, Fr John O'Neill PP
For example some Latin Mass Catholics look askance at the attendees of the Ordinary Rite Mass and in extreme cases declare the Ordinary Rite invalid if not heretical because of the words for all instead of for many: the famous pro multis war.
71 - Jul 2010 - Trends: The Church in 50 years: John Allen's predictions, Frank Mobbs
Nearly half live in Latin America.
72 - Jun 2010 - FOUNDATIONS OF FAITH: The Eucharist: the background to Vatican II's liturgical reforms, Br Barry Coldrey
He introduced the Dialogue Mass in 1958 whereby people were encouraged to recite the Latin responses with the altar servers and to recite the Latin Gloria and Credo with the priest.
73 - Jun 2010 - News: The Church Around the World
Zenit News Agency Support for Latin Mass in Germany According to a survey by the French organisation Paix Liturgique 44% of practising Catholics would regularly attend the traditional Latin Mass if Benedict XVIs Motu Proprio was implemented.
74 - Jun 2010 - Missal: New Mass translation: Archbishop Hart interview, Archbishop Denis Hart
When the Roman Missal in Latin was being translated into English after 1970 there was tremendous pressure to do the translation quickly.
75 - May 2010 - Foundations of Faith: The Mass: early centuries to Vatican II, Br Barry Coldrey
In time altar servers had a role in the liturgy being taught simple Latin sufficient to answer a limited number of fixed responses.
76 - May 2010 - Culture: The vocation of Christians in public life, Archbishop Charles J. Chaput
It comes from the Latin word vocare which means to call.
77 - Apr 2010 - Jerusalem: Catholic soldiers' World War I military pilgrimage in the Holy Land, Tom Johnstone
Christian presence There had been for centuries a Christian presence in the Holy Land and in 1918 this included an Anglican Bishop in Jerusalem Rt Rev Rennie MacInnis Orthodox Patriarchs and a Latin Patriarch Mgr Camiss who at the time of the pilgrimage was imprisoned by the Turks in Nazareth.
78 - Mar 2010 - Foundations of Faith: What the Second Vatican Council really said, John Young
Latin was to be retained in the liturgy while making provision for some use of the vernacular.
79 - Feb 2010 - Foundations of Faith: Celebrating the Eucharist during the early Christian centuries, Br Barry Coldrey
The early Christian private assemblies had used Greek but Latin was the official language of government and so Latin replaced Greek as the language of the liturgy in the wake of Constantines conversion.
80 - Feb 2010 - Preparation time: New Missal translation nears completion: a window of opportunity, Michael Gilchrist
Ten years earlier Pope John Paul II approved the publication of Liturgiam Authenticam which set out guidelines for correct vernacular translations of the Missal from its official Latin.
81 - Dec 2009 - Books: THE MASS AND THE SAINTS, by Thomas Crean OP, Br Barry Coldrey
The Mass and the Saints lends itself to quiet meditative reading with each part of the liturgy considered separately including the use of Latin and Gregorian chant.
82 - Dec 2009 - Letters: Women priests, Ken Bayliss
Furthermore the Code of Canon Law requires a candidate to the priesthood to be vir (Latin for man).
83 - Dec 2009 - How to get Vatican II back on track: a bishop's prescription, Bishop R. Walker Nickless (Sioux City, Iowa)
Dualism It has manifested itself in a sort of dualism an either/or mentality and insistence in various areas of the Churchs life: either fidelity to doctrine or social justice work either Latin or English either our personal conscience or the authority of the Church either chant or contemporary music either tradition or progress either liturgy or popular piety either conservative or liberal either Mass or Adoration either the Magisterium or theologians either ecumenism or evangelisation either rubrics or personalisation either the Catechism or experience; and the list goes on and on!
84 - Oct 2009 - Seminary Life: Spiritual direction at Sydney's Good Shepherd Seminary, Fr Paul Glynn SM
The Mass then is really a sacrifice which word comes from two Latin words meaning make holy.
85 - Sep 2009 - Letters: Latin Course for Fluency
This course is designed for those who wish to develop fluency in Latin.
86 - Sep 2009 - Books: JOHN GERARD: Autobiography of an Elizabethan, trans. By Philip Caraman SJ, Michael E. Daniel
While he intended to return to England his superiors never let him; instead at their direction he wrote the autobiography (in Latin) which Fr Caraman translated in the 1950s.
87 - Sep 2009 - FOUNDATIONS OF FAITH: Sola Fide (by Faith Alone): is this sufficient for salvation?, Frank Mobbs
Both are commonly called by their Latin names and I would not insult readers of AD2000 by using anything but Latin.
88 - Sep 2009 - Campus Life: Brisbane hosts 2009 Australian Catholic Student Association Conference, Br Barry Coldrey
They were confident in both Latin and English Mass propers and hymns.
89 - Sep 2009 - Liturgical Books: The case for a new Missal translation, Bishop Arthur J. Serratelli
Translators set to work to produce translations that expressed the Latin Missal in modes of expression appropriate to the vernacular languages while retaining fidelity to the Latin original.
90 - Aug 2009 - Books: THE WINE OF CERTITUDE: a Literary Biography of Ronald Knox, by David Rooney, Michael Daniel
Knox also spent these years translating the Bible into English a project which he had been commissioned to undertake by the hierarchy.
91 - Aug 2009 - Letters: Religious freedom, Fr Brian Harrison OS
I appreciate Cardinal Pells reported remarks wherein he supported the Holy Fathers initiatives upholding the traditional Latin liturgy and trying to facilitate the full reconciliation of the Society of St.
92 - Aug 2009 - Is this where 'progressive' religious life is heading?, AD2000 REPORT
In fact the active gay lifestyle was condemned by St Paul in numerous of his epistles and since then by the Latin and Eastern Churches up to the present time.
93 - Jul 2009 - Letters: Latin Mass, Anthony Bono
Last year The Telegraph (London) of 14 June reported that the Traditional Latin Mass would be reintroduced into every Roman Catholic parish in England and Wales even where the congregation has not asked for it.
94 - Jul 2009 - Foundations of Faith: Galileo: heretic or hero? What are the facts?, Noel Roberts
When astronomers began speculating about the universe - its age whether it was eternal or had a beginning whether other universes existed that needed Gods saving help and the place of the earth in the cosmos - theologians became concerned because many of the ideas appeared to be in conflict with sacred Scripture.
95 - Jul 2009 - St Marys Cathedral: Sydney ordinations and a new beginning for Australian Catholicism, Fr Gregory Jordan SJ
He is also Chaplain to the Medical Guild of St Luke and the St Gregorys Traditional Latin Mass Community in Brisbane.
96 - Jun 2009 - Letters: Prayers after Mass, Ken Bayliss
This Dialogue Mass was the precise English translation of the Latin Tridentine Mass - the medieval Latin word Tridentum means Trent.
97 - Jun 2009 - News: The Church Around the World
Zenit News Agency Latin Mass priest to head ICEL An English priest with an affinity for the extraordinary (pre-Vatican II) form of the Mass has been named the general secretary of the International Commission on English in the Liturgy (ICEL).
98 - Jun 2009 - Cardinal Pell's UK interview: Liturgy, Missal translation, World Youth Day, Luke Coppen
It hasnt made a great deal of practical difference in Australia because the number of Catholics in Australia who understand Latin are deeply attached to it and want the Old Rite are quite small.
99 - May 2009 - Books: AD2000 Books for May
95 The Immemorial Tridentine Mass Archbishop Fulton Sheen explains the Traditional Latin Mass in this magnificent 1940 black and white film of a sung High Easter Sunday Mass complete with choir and orchestra in Our Lady of Sorrows Church in Chicago.
100 - May 2009 - FOUNDATIONS OF FAITH: The Crusades: the truth behind the myths, Frank Mobbs
Men who were signed with the cross (Latin crux) the crucesignatos were called crusaders.
101 - Apr 2009 - Books: AD2000 Books for April
95 The Immemorial Tridentine Mass Archbishop Fulton Sheen explains the Traditional Latin Mass in this magnificent 1940 black and white film of a sung High Easter Sunday Mass complete with choir and orchestra in Our Lady of Sorrows Church in Chicago.
102 - Apr 2009 - News: The Church Around the World
Archbishop Ranjith writes that implementation of the Councils suggested reforms often veered away from the actual intent of the Council Fathers: Some practices which Sacrosanctum Concilium had never even contemplated were allowed into the Liturgy like Mass versus populum facing the people Holy Communion in the hand altogether giving up on the Latin and Gregorian Chant in favour of the vernacular songs and hymns without much space for God and extension beyond any reasonable limits of the faculty to concelebrate at Holy Mass.
103 - Mar 2009 - Marian Valley, spiritual oasis for young Brisbane Catholics, Br Barry Coldrey
He is also National Chaplain of ACSA the Australian Catholic Students Association and leader of the Latin Mass community in southern Queensland.
104 - Mar 2009 - Foundations of Faith: Protestant Churches: origins and beliefs (2), Frank Mobbs
They are vigorous missionaries with large numbers of followers in Latin America India some African nations and persist in Russia.
105 - Mar 2009 - American seminaries mostly 'healthy', but many problems remain
The report criticises wide- spread weaknesses in the study of Mariology patristics and Latin and deplores the fact that even in the best seminaries some faculty members dissent from Catholic teaching on moral theology and the ordination of women.
106 - Mar 2009 - Lefebvrists: Benedict XVI's bold move for Church unity, Michael Gilchrist
In 2007 Benedict answered one of Bishop Fellays key requests by relaxing restrictions on celebrating the traditional Latin Mass.
107 - Feb 2009 - Books: Books available now from AD2000 Books
Benedict XVIs motu proprio Summorum Pontificum established the traditional Latin Mass as the Extraordinary Form of the Mass.
108 - Feb 2009 - Editorial: Liturgy: 'Reform of the reform' on track, Michael Gilchrist
With the Latin Mass (1962 Missal) given official status as the extraordinary form of the liturgy and a much improved English translation of the ordinary form on the horizon there will be two major steadying influences at work after decades of disorder.
109 - Dec 2008 - Books: Books available now from AD2000 Books
Benedict XVIs motu proprio Summorum Pontificum established the traditional Latin Mass as the Extraordinary Form of the Mass.
110 - Dec 2008 - FOUNDATIONS OF FAITH: Which Church did Jesus establish with his authority?, Frank Mobbs
The Western or Latin part of the Church and the Eastern part had been drifting apart for centuries before the schism of 1054.
111 - Dec 2008 - Novus Ordo: Vatican approves new Missal translation, Michael Gilchrist
During the Gloria worshippers will say (sing) and on earth peace to people of good will instead of peace to his people on earth - the present wording had arbitrarily omitted the good will (bonae voluntatis) which is in the Latin text.
112 - Nov 2008 - News: The Church Around the World
For over three decades Eacute; Congress has sought to ensure that health care institutions and professionals will not have to choose between abandoning medicine and violating their conscience.
113 - Oct 2008 - Books: SACRED THEN AND SACRED NOW: The Return of the Old Latin Mass, Thomas E. Woods, Fr Martin Durham
SACRED THEN AND SACRED NOW: The Return of the Old Latin Mass by Thomas E.
114 - Sep 2008 - Books: SAINT BENEDICT'S RULE: A New Translation for today, by Patrick Barry OSB, Michael Daniel
One may be initially tempted to ask why a new translation of this text is needed a question which Fr Barry addresses in his preface: whilst the Latin original does not change English does and contemporary language is needed for a text to resonate most effectively with contemporary people.
115 - Sep 2008 - Letters: Vatican II (letter), Frank Mobbs
A definition is intended to put an end (Latin finis as in definition) to all argument and determine once and for all what the Church teaches.
116 - Sep 2008 - Liturgy: No smoke without fire: Benedict XVI and true liturgical reform, David Birch
It has taken over forty years for example for Cardinal Noe now to speak out (see July AD2000) post Summorum Pontificum Benedict XVIs 2007 Apostolic Letter lifting all restrictions on celebrations of the pre- Vatican II Latin Mass.
117 - Aug 2008 - Priesthood: St Louis: another US vocations success story, AD2000 Report
Archbishop Burke for example is considered to be one of the strongest supporters of the old Latin Mass among US bishops and last year Kenrick began celebrating the traditional liturgy on Fridays while more formal vestments are now required at morning and evening prayers.
118 - Aug 2008 - News: The Church Around the World
Debate on the proposed translations was lengthy and sometimes heated with some bishops charging that the translations - prepared in response to Vatican directives demanding greater respect for the Latin original - were at times awkward or stilted in their wording.
119 - Jul 2008 - WORLD YOUTH DAY 2008: Juventutem Australia: young people devoted to the traditional liturgy, Alice Woolven
However there will be just one chapter offering people both young and old the opportunity to participate every day in the classical Latin liturgy (the Extraordinary Form or more ancient use of the Roman Rite).
120 - Jul 2008 - Liturgy: Archbishop Coleridge calls for an end to liturgical experimentation, Michael Gilchrist
While noting that the almost universal use of the vernacular has been welcomed he reminds us that this was not the intention of Vatican II; so there remains a place for Latin in the Mass including some of the great hymns of the Gregorian repertoire which he is fostering in the Canberra Cathedral - an example he hopes his parishes will follow since some modest use of the ancient languages of worship can be enriching.
121 - Jun 2008 - Books: RATZINGER'S FAITH: The Theology of Pope Benedict XVI, by Tracey Rowland, Michael E. Daniel
Thus Ratzinger has been critical of approaches such as sacro-pop music dance and the exclusion of Latin that seek to diminish beauty - for beauty points to a transcendent God who is all beautiful.
122 - May 2008 - Interview: Positive impact of Pope's decree on the Latin Mass, Cardinal Dario Castrillon Hoyos
The cardinal pointed out that the Pope has been clear that it is an error to assert that the use of the Latin language is only for the ancient rite as it is foreseen in the Missal of Paul VI.
123 - May 2008 - Summorum
Pontificum: Benedict XVI's Latin Mass document: a parish priest's response, Fr Andrew Wise
It was about the time of the Holy Fathers release of Summorum Pontificum in July 2007 that I attended my first celebration of the Traditional Latin Mass.
124 - May 2008 - News: The Church Around the World
Catholic News Agency Ecclesia Dei president clarifies Motu Proprio In an interview with LOsservatore Romano the head of the Ecclesia Dei commission Cardinal Dario Castrillon Hoyos made clear that priests do not require permission from their bishops in order to celebrate the extraordinary form of the Latin liturgy.
125 - May 2008 - Two changes: Bishop Jarrett explains upcoming Mass changes, Bishop Geoffrey Jarrett
The Holy See has approved an English translation of the General Instruction of the Roman Missal which guides the way we celebrate the Eucharist and accompanies the third Latin edition of the Missale Romanum.
126 - Apr 2008 - Letters: Unwarranted changes, John McLaren
However there is a glimmer of light now shining in the form of a liberalising of the Latin Mass details of which appeared on page 10 of the same issue of AD2000.
127 - Apr 2008 - Church law: Conciliar decrees: what authority do they have?, Frank Mobbs
In the Latin (Western) Church a great problem was the appointment of bishops and abbots by laymen a practice called lay investiture.
128 - Apr 2008 - WYDSYD08: World Youth Day Sydney: look for the wider trend, Joanna Bogle
Back then guitars seemed central to any and every activity in church and Benediction with Latin hymns incense and a priest in a cope was virtually unthinkable.
129 - Mar 2008 - Vocations: The priesthood: a special relationship with Christ, Fr Pat Stratford
At the last Synod of Bishops in Rome one of the Eastern Rite bishops presented a strong recommendation that the Latin Rite Church retain its law on priestly celibacy.
130 - Mar 2008 - Easter: The Sacred Triduum in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite (1962 Missal)
00am: Solemn Mass of the Resurrection Ecclesiastical Latin Classes Tuesdays 6.
131 - Mar 2008 - 40 Years On: Vatican II at its mid-life crisis, Br Barry Coldrey
There were major changes in the liturgy; greater use of vernacular languages was permitted even if Latin remained the Churchs official language.
132 - Mar 2008 - Tribute: B.A. Santamaria: ten years on, Cardinal George Pell
He would have welcomed the wider permissions for the celebration of the Latin Tridentine Mass and the prospect of a richer better English translation of the Roman missal.
133 - Feb 2008 - News: The Church Around the World
We remain totally committed to celibate priesthood as the norm for the Latin Rite.
134 - Dec 2007 - Events: Latin Masses for Christmas in Caulfield and Kew
January workshops in service at the Altar Gregorian Chant and Latin: please contact us.
135 - Dec 2007 - Letters: Latin Mass, Carol V. Phillips
I rejoice with many others that the Traditional Latin Mass (1962) Missal has at last been given its due recognition.
136 - Dec 2007 - 1962 Missal: Australian bishops support Benedict XV's liberalising of the Latin Mass, AD2000 Report
Benedict XVIs motu proprio Summorum Pontificum of 7 July 2007 liberalising celebrations of what the Pope called the extraordinary use of the Latin Rite has been well received by many Australian bishops with several celebrating Masses according to the 1962 Missal of John XXIII in their cathedrals (see following presentation).
137 - Dec 2007 - Church History: Interesting aspects of ecumenical councils, Frank Mobbs
Bishops from the Latin West or from regions such as Armenia and Georgia were few.
138 - Dec 2007 - News: The Church Around the World
This could only be done through an accurate and literal translation from the definitive Latin text.
139 - Dec 2007 - Editorial: Liturgy: light at the end of the tunnel, Michael Gilchrist
For those favouring an eventual reform of the reform of the Latin Rite Mass following decades of misinformation in the spirit of Vatican II there has been much to be thankful for in recent years.
140 - Nov 2007 - Latin is still the universal language of Liturgy, Bishop Arthur Serratelli
They celebrated the Mass with the Holy Father and found a unity that transcended their national boundaries as they voiced their prayer in Latin.
141 - Nov 2007 - Ora et labora: How monastic hospitality can strengthen one's faith, Br Barry Coldrey CFC
At the moment one of the points of light in the Australia is the devotion of the Latin Mass communities around the country.
142 - Nov 2007 - Liturgical Abuse: Trinitarian language lost in Brisbane Scriptures, Michael Apthorp
Both the original Greek and the Latin Vulgate use the active voice with the reflexive pronoun: literally he showed himself.
143 - Nov 2007 - News: The Church Around The World
Catholic World News Benedict XVIs Letter on Latin Mass: follow-up Archbishop Angelo Bagnasco of Genoa the president of the Italian bishops conference has called Benedict XVIs recent letter on the expanded use of the Latin Mass an invitation to unity.
144 - Oct 2007 - Sacred language: New US liturgy head endorses revised Missal translation
Previous approach Noting the importance the Second Vatican Council ascribed to the liturgy and that the use of vernacular languages was meant to facilitate peoples understanding Bishop Serratelli explains why the previously used approach of dynamic equivalency proved to be inadequate: In the enthusiasm of the aggiornmento updating translators set to work to produce translations that expressed the Latin in modes of expression appropriate to the various vernacular languages.
145 - Oct 2007 - News: The Church Around the World
Catholic News Agency Wider use of the 1962 Missal for Latin Mass Benedict XVIs move to allow for wider celebration of the Roman Missal of 1962 has received a positive reaction from the Orthodox Patriarch Alexy II of Moscow who told the Italian daily Il Giornale in August The recovery and valuing of the ancient liturgical tradition is a fact that we greet positively.
146 - Sep 2007 - Rome reaffirms Vatican II's teaching on 'one true Church', Frank Mobbs
On 21 November 1964 the Council promulgated the Decree on the Catholic Eastern Churches which speaks of the holy Catholic Church which is the Mystical Body of Christ and proceeds to identify that Church as the collection of Churches (Latin Maronite etc) entrusted to the pastoral guidance of the Roman Pontiff.
147 - Sep 2007 - News: The Church Around the World
Kate Gilmore commented on Amnesty activists in other countries with tough abortion restrictions such as Poland and certain Latin American countries saying that these people embraced the policy wholeheartedly.
148 - Aug 2007 - Letters: Vatican II infallible?, Frank Mobbs
A Council teaches infallibly by defining (Latin definitive) a doctrine (Lumen Gentium 25).
149 - Aug 2007 - University: Australian Catholic students' conference: 'an inspiring experience', Br Barry Coldrey
There are also the passionate members of Latin Mass communities.
150 - Aug 2007 - Events: LATIN MASS CELEBRATIONS - Melbourne and Sydney
Solemn Pontifical Mass at the Throne will be celebrated in the traditional Latin rite (1962 Missal) by His Grace Archbishop Denis Hart at St Patricks Cathedral Melbourne on Saturday 25 August at 10.
151 - Aug 2007 - Lex orandi: Benedict XVI's liturgical armistice: 'Summorum Pontificum', Fr Glen Tattersall
At the conclusion of this survey Benedict in solemn legal form decrees the following: The Roman Missal promulgated by Paul VI is the ordinary expression of the Lex orandi Law of praying of the Catholic Church of the Latin rite.
152 - Jul 2007 - Poetry: A legacy of virtue: the remarkable Craig sisters, Fr John Lea McDaniels FSSP
We are also left to realise in deepest gratitude that indeed they are more with us than ever as advocates for the intentions of each and every member of the Latin Mass Community in Australia.
153 - Jul 2007 - News: The Church Around the World
Cardinal Miloslav Vlk in an interview with Viennas leading newspaper Presse said that this act was a glaring injustice and that although communism had fallen the leaders are still Communists and the Ministry of Culture is full of rabid anti-clerical Communists who do what they want manipulating constitutional law.
154 - Jun 2007 - Verbicide: 'Happy' or 'Blessed'? How faith can be drained of meaning, Arthur Ballingall
The problem occurs in some modern Latin dictionaries which allow two words for the word happy namely felix and beatus and two words for blessedness namely beatitudo and felicitas.
155 - Jun 2007 - Obituary: A tribute to natural family planning pioneer, Dr John Billings, RIP, Msgr Peter J. Elliott
It was not surprising therefore that when a motto was sought for the Billings Ovulation movement these Latin words were chosen: Credidimus in caritate - we have put our faith in love.
156 - Jun 2007 - New Missal translation: light at the end of the tunnel, Michael Gilchrist
One notable difference arises from a Vatican ruling in November 2006 that the Latin phrase at the Consecration pro multis should be rendered as for many instead of for all in all new translations of the Eucharistic Prayers.
157 - Jun 2007 - Editorial: Sacred music: an integral part of worship, Michael Gilchrist
He singled out Gregorian chant as the best vehicle for this with the occasional use of Latin.
158 - May 2007 - Books: AD2000 Books
The Heresy of Formlessness Martin Mosbach Martin Mosbach is a German award-winning author and film script writer whose discovery of the preconciliar Latin Rite prompted a critique of the manner in which the Novus Ordo Mass is celebrated.
159 - May 2007 - Books: The Heresy Of Formlessness: The Roman Liturgy and Its Enemy, by Martin Mosebach, Tim Cannon
Along with these his examination of the organic nature of liturgical change prior to Vatican II and of the artistic character of the liturgy itself provide the basis of his call for the re-establishment of the Latin Orthodoxy.
160 - May 2007 - The importance of 'holy things' for one's Christian faith, Andrew Kania
In the Latin Church still recoiling from the aftermaths of the 16th century Reformation the Enlightenment and the post-1960s excesses of the spirit of Vatican II it is little wonder so many prefer to dismiss the value of holy things even apologising for past superstitions like crucifixes and icons.
161 - May 2007 - News: The Church Around the World
The publication of the sentence against Sobrino gives a preview of one of the guidelines that Benedict will hand down to the Latin American Church many of whose leading cadres are influenced by the spirit of liberation theology.
162 - May 2007 - Documents: Benedict XVI's new document on the Eucharist - Sacramentum Caritatis, Michael Gilchrist
Benedict then reaffirms the beauty and the importance of a priestly life lived in celibacy as a sign expressing total and exclusive devotion to Christ to the Church and to the Kingdom of God as remaining obligatory in the Latin tradition.
163 - Apr 2007 - History: How much do Catholics know about ecumenical councils?, Frank Mobbs
The First Council of Constantinople (381) contained no Western (Latin) bishops at all while council membership has varied widely.
164 - Mar 2007 - Books: SEEKING THE ABSOLUTE: The Founders of Christian Monasticism, Michael E. Daniel
After examining the major Eastern developments particularly the writings of Sts Basil Gregory of Nyssa Gregory Nazianzen and John Chryostom the influence of the Latin Fathers particularly Sts Jerome and Augustine is examined.
165 - Mar 2007 - Catholicism flourishes in South Korea, Richard Stokes
At my first Mass in South Korea in 2003 I had met Fr Joe Pius who spoke English (and Latin).
166 - Feb 2007 - Letters: Latin Mass, John Gariano
Just recently I attended a Latin (Tridentine) Mass for the first time in over 30 years.
167 - Feb 2007 - Letters: Manipulating language, Carol V. Phillips
He is clearly concerned about the whole concept of inclusive language and also seeks the most accurate translation possible of Latin into English.
168 - Feb 2007 - Music: Johann Sebastian Bach and the heavenly choir, Fr Finbarr Flanagan
Though he was a good Lutheran Bach left a huge corpus of sacred music to cover the entire liturgical year and this included Latin Masses written for the Catholic Court of Dresden.
169 - Feb 2007 - News: The Church Around the World
Indeed it is valid for the Latin Church but not for the oriental rites where even in communities united to the Catholic Church it is normal for there to be married priests.
170 - Dec 2006 - Events: Advent and Christmas Ceremonies, Priestly Fraternity of St Peter
Christmas in the Classical Latin Liturgy (Roman Missal of 1962) Christmas Eve St Aloysius Caulfield North 9.
171 - Dec 2006 - Letters: Liturgical language, Ted Hayhoe
The letters from Pat Hurley Fran Swindale and Mrs Carol Phillips (November AD2000) contain the best arguments I have seen for the restoration of the use of the Latin language in the so-called Latin Church.
172 - Dec 2006 - Shrines: Marian Valley: Queensland's centre of pilgrimage, Peter Westmore
Spanish and Latin American Catholics have erected a beautiful shrine in honour of Our Lady of Guadalupe and the Mexican Indian peasant St Diego to whom the Mother of God appeared in about 1532.
173 - Dec 2006 - News: The Church Around the World
He rebuked priests who take an overtly egocentric approach to the liturgy violating the norms of the Church and those priests whose false humility leads them to share their role with the laity.
174 - Nov 2006 - Letters: Accuracy needed, Carol V. Phillips
The Latin text reads lsquo;Et in terra pax hominibus bonae voluntatisrsquo; which in earlier Missals was translated accurately as lsquo;and on earth peace to men of goodwill.
175 - Nov 2006 - Letters: Missal translation, Pat Hurley
I believe that in Latin the primary meaning of lsquo;homo-hominisrsquo; is lsquo;human beingrsquo;.
176 - Oct 2006 - Books: Towards A People's Liturgy: The Importance of Language, by Mark Twinham Elvins, Michael E. Daniel
These texts many of which in The Book of Common Prayer are translations of Latin liturgical texts stand in contrast to those which Latin rite Catholics use in their worship.
177 - Oct 2006 - Letters: Missal translation, Philip Holberton
This is not an adequate translation of propter nos homines particularly when we have repeatedly been told that the whole purpose of the revision is to bring it closer to the Latin original.
178 - Oct 2006 - Benedict XVI interviewed by German journalists
Its good that different temperaments can express themselves - the special gifts of Africa Asia and America Latin America in particular.
179 - Sep 2006 - Chavagnes: Catholic education in a secular culture, Alexander Morrison
Students and staff are lucky to have their own full-time Chaplain meaning that Mass is offered daily for all in the beautiful neo-gothic chapel with solemnity and reverence often in Latin (a subject I was able to study at Chavagnes) and with a good dose of Gregorian chant and decent hymns in the English tradition.
180 - Aug 2006 - Liturgy: The new Missal translation: Archbishop Hart's progress report, Michael Gilchrist
The new single translation for all the English speaking world he said captures the theological richness of the original Latin and the English is clear dignified and accessible.
181 - Jul 2006 - Re-mythologising: Narnia - faith and fiction: The parallel world of C.S.Lewis, Msgr Peter J. Elliott
Support At this time a kindly angel came to him in the form of a remarkable Italian priest Father Giovanni Calabria of Verona an admiring pen pal who opened a correspondence with Lewis in Latin after he read what at that time was the only Lewis work in Italian The Screwtape Letters.
182 - Jul 2006 - US Archbishop: how to reform the Liturgy
Archbishop Raymond Burke of St Louis has been one of the most generous US bishops in regard to celebrations of the Latin Mass in his archdiocese.
183 - Jul 2006 - Evangelisation: Strong leadership: US bishop Robert Finn shows how, AD2000 Report
A Latin Mass community which had been meeting in a city parish was upgraded to a parish in its own right while Bishop Finn appointed himself as its parish priest.
184 - Jun 2006 - Books: Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, Michael Gilchrist
The Common Prayers have their Latin texts alongside them.
185 - Jun 2006 - The Da Vinci Code: did the Church vilify Mary Magdalene?, Frank Mobbs
Repentant sinner Pope Gregorys interpretation gained currency in the Latin (Western) Church.
186 - Jun 2006 - News: The Church Around the World
In his preface written in 2003 when he was prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith Cardinal Ratzinger notes that Vatican II did not require the celebration of Mass with the priest facing the people nor did the Council abolish the use of Latin in the liturgy.
187 - May 2006 - Letters: Phillip Adams, Frank Bellet
I have attended Mass when it was celebrated in Latin English Italian German Croatian Spanish Portuguese and Dutch.
188 - May 2006 - News: The Church Around the World
The Vatican source said the exhortation would include an invitation to greater use of Latin in the daily prayer of the Church and in the Mass - with the exception of the Liturgy of the Word - as well as in large public and international Masses.
189 - May 2006 - Papacy: Benedict completes his first twelve months as Pope, Fr Ephraem Chifley
The destruction of the old Latin Mass is an emblem for many of the devastation of the years following the Second Vatican Council.
190 - Apr 2006 - Music and Culture: Benedict XVI, Mozart and the quest for beauty, Mark Freer
He is organist and choirmaster for the Latin Mass at Holy Name Church in Adelaide and has performed and broadcast in Australia Switzerland Germany and Italy.
191 - Mar 2006 - Letters: Elitism, Jeff Harvie
They are the ones who know lots of Latin and can tell you what St Augustine said to someone in a particular year.
192 - Mar 2006 - Liturgy: Eucharistic faith: why the Mass needs re-enchanting, Alvin F. Kimel Jr
I am not romanticising pre-Vatican II liturgy nor am I pleading for a return to the Latin Mass.
193 - Mar 2006 - Mass: How can differences over the Liturgy be resolved?, Fr John O'Neill
Firstly the Tridentine Rite is celebrated in its Missa lecta form in my parish every Sunday and if the Latin Mass Chaplain cannot come I celebrate it myself and enjoy its beauty even in its low Mass form.
194 - Feb 2006 - Letters: Ars priests retreat, Fr Robert Markey
The official languages were English French German Italian and Spanish with Latin for the liturgies.
195 - Feb 2006 - Letters: Clerical Celibacy (letter), Fr Adrian Head
From the beginnings of the Church and throughout the Greco-Latin world a single rule prevailed: priests were celibate; or else if they had married before ordination they and their wives promised to live together thereafter without the use of the marriage.
196 - Feb 2006 - Liturgical Music: The spiritual impact of Msgr. Richard Schuler's priestly leadership and example, Fr John T. Zuhlsdorf
Returning well-armed from the Council Msgr Bandas did not eliminate Latin from the parish and when liturgical directives came from Rome he implemented what the documents actually said avoiding an aberrant approach of change for the sake of change.
197 - Feb 2006 - News: The Church Around the World
The Catholic university he continued is a great workshop in which in keeping with the various disciplines new lines of research are constantly being developed in a stimulating encounter between faith and reason one that aims to recover the synthesis between these two elements.
198 - Dec 2005 - Letters: Vatican II myths, Peter D. Howard
In his editorial (November AD2000) Michael Gilchrist refers to his participation in the Novus Ordo celebrated according to the Vatican II reforms either in Latin or in English (both in the USA).
199 - Dec 2005 - Synod on the Eucharist sets agenda for Benedict's pontificate, Michael Gilchrist
Benedict chanted the Mass in Latin with the Gospel also chanted in Latin but then also in Greek immediately afterwards by an Eastern-Rite deacon.
200 - Nov 2005 - Synod of Bishops on the Eucharist: areas for remedial action identified, Peter Westmore
My recommendations to the Synod on how to deal with these shadows presuppose the maintenance in the Latin Church of the ancient tradition and life-giving discipline of mandatory celibacy for the diocesan clergy as well as the religious orders.
201 - Nov 2005 - News: The Church Around the World
Catholic News Agency Broader use of the Latin Mass likely Cardinal Jorge Medina Estevez the former Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship is a member of the Ecclesia Dei commission set up by Pope John Paul II to serve the needs of Catholics who favour the Latin Mass.
202 - Nov 2005 - Editorial: A remarkable Catholic parish
On my earlier visit I attended the 10 oclock High Mass (Novus Ordo) celebrated in Latin with ample use of the Churchs treasury of sacred music including Gregorian Chant and a Mass setting by Schubert.
203 - Oct 2005 - Letters: Sacrifice of the Mass, A. Bono
On 25 June at the invitation of the Festival of Faith I attended a Latin Mass at St Marys Cathedral Sydney.
204 - Oct 2005 - Letters: A treasured priest: Fr William Ross, Tom King
On a recent Sunday Father celebrated the second Latin Mass he has presided over during the absence of the regular priest Fr Jordan.
205 - Oct 2005 - Juventutem: Young Latin Mass Catholics attend World Youth Day, Fr Glen Tattersall
Fr Glen Tattersall FSSP is a member of the Priestly Fraternity of St Peter founded in Rome in 1988 to maintain the Latin liturgical heritage.
206 - Sep 2005 - Letters: Latin Mass, Richard Congram
Tom Kings letter (August AD2000) recounted how the Archbishop of Brisbane in May 2005 prohibited celebration of the Traditional Latin Mass on any day except Sunday.
207 - Sep 2005 - Letters: Society of St Pius X, Fr Kevin Robinson
It uses exclusively the Traditional Latin Mass and other liturgical books as well as the unchanged doctrine of the Church.
208 - Sep 2005 - Education: Catholic schools of the future, Br John Moylan CFC
They want their children to learn not only to articulate carefully Catholic teaching with precision and conviction but also to know thoroughly by heart both in Latin and English the great classical prayers which have inspired generations of Catholics.
209 - Aug 2005 - Books: More Catholic Than the Pope, by Patrick Madrid and Pete Vere, Fr Glen Tattersal FSSP
Or are you simply confused about the legitimacy of the pre-Vatican II Latin Mass?
210 - Aug 2005 - Letters: Brisbane Archbishop bans weekday Latin Mass (letter), Tom King
In your June edition you published my very favourable observations concerning the Latin Mass fraternity at St Lukes Church Buranda Brisbane.
211 - Aug 2005 - London's Balham parish, 'an icon of liturgical hope', Joanna Bogle
At Balham there is a parish choir that sings Latin plainchant and lovely settings of the Introit verse in Latin and English.
212 - Jul 2005 - Letters: Latin-English Hymnbook and CD, Veronic Brandt
Since the passing of Pope John Paul II a hymnbook (A New Book of Old Hymns in Latin and English 2004) and accompanying CD have had to be updated with a few modifications.
213 - Jul 2005 - News: The Church Around the World
Catholic World News Catholic Church is most respected institution in Latin America A study carried by the Chilean research firm Latinobarometro revealed in May that the Church continues to be the most trusted and respected institution for 75 per cent of Latin Americans ahead of politicians journalists businessmen policemen and judges.
214 - Jun 2005 - Events: Juventutem WYD 2005 Cologne Pilgrimage, FSP
Juventutem an international chapter of young people attached to the classical Latin liturgy is making the pilgrimage to Cologne for World Youth Day 2005 and is seeking Australian pilgrims.
215 - Jun 2005 - Letters: Sanity?, Tom King
On a recent Sunday I was near Brisbane and took advantage of attending the Latin Mass celebrated at Saint Lukes Church Buranda.
216 - Jun 2005 - Letters: Chavagnes College, Pascale Cotterill
At the school they are studying their Catholic faith through RE morning Mass (Novus Ordo in Latin) daily Rosary and superb spiritual direction under Fr Pilon (resident French- Canadian priest).
217 - Jun 2005 - Letters: Pre-Vatican II myths, Douglas V. Boyle
I also still have my old Sunday Missal with which I followed the pre- Vatican II Latin Mass in English like 90 per cent of the people in the crowded churches.
218 - Jun 2005 - Benedict XVI and liturgical reform, Dom Alcuin Reid OSB
So there is little doubt that we shall see freedom granted to the traditional Latin Mass.
219 - May 2005 - Letters: Latin Mass Times in Hobart, Kevin Tighe
Catholic visitors to Tasmania might be interested to know that the traditional Latin Mass is celebrated at the beautiful St Canice Chapel Sandy Bay Hobart on the first Sunday of the month at 11.
220 - May 2005 - Letters: Catholic hymns, Dolores Lightbody
Gathered together are selections of hymns sung in the Liturgy of the Mass hymns for the various seasons of the Church a wide variety of hymns for devotions and feast days (including Latin hymns with translations) and those to popular saints such as St Joseph St Anne St Anthony St Therese and the angels.
221 - May 2005 - Letters: Correcting pastoral blunders, Kevin McManus
They knew Latin well and must have known the approved translation was inaccurate yet they insisted on an obedient acceptance of it.
222 - May 2005 - Letters: Ecclesial unity, Meg Fennell
Your report (March AD2000) regarding the Society of St Pius Xs publicity initiative of sending a book to all priests in Australia and inviting those interested to contact the SSPX for assistance and support is timely in that: (1) The valid arguments raised by Father Tattersall as a matter of just concern may help the priests who read AD2000 to realise that Latin Mass priests who remain loyal to the Churchs magisterial authority had nothing to do with this burst of short- sighted enthusiasm.
223 - May 2005 - Letters: Catholic education, Geoff Storey
Congratulations on publishing the magnificent article titled A young Catholics encounter with Latin (March AD2000).
224 - May 2005 - St Patrick's Church, Soho Square, a spiritual oasis in London, Tess Livingstone
The Blessed Sacrament is exposed every week day from 11am to 6pm confessions are heard for 30 minutes before the daily weekday Mass at lunch time and at weekends Masses are celebrated for the Brazilian Chinese and Latin American communities as well as in English.
225 - Apr 2005 - Books: Religious resources for 2005
Deferrari This dictionary of all the Latin terms used in the works of St Thomas Aquinas includes the different English meanings for each Latin word in the various contexts in which it was used.
226 - Apr 2005 - Letters: Christ the Creator, Gerard J. Keane
The Creed of the Latin Rite Mass professes that I believe in one Lord Jesus Christ one in essence with the Father and through whom all things were made.
227 - Apr 2005 - Letters: Chavagnes International College, Raymond De Souza
Alex Morrissons article A young Catholics encounter with Latin made excellent reading especially coming from such a young person.
228 - Mar 2005 - Obituary: The passing of a holy, many-talented Jesuit - Fr Victor Ian Falconer SJ, Michael O'Callaghan
Shortly after arriving in Melbourne Fr Falconer became chaplain to the Latin Rite Community at St Annes Kew.
229 - Mar 2005 - Letters: Latin Mass (letter), Alan Freckelton
It was great to read Maryse Ushers letter in the December/ January AD2000 and her comments about the Latin Mass.
230 - Mar 2005 - A young Catholic's encounter with Latin at Chavagnes International College, Alexander Morrison
He writes of his impressions on encountering Latin in the Liturgy for the first time as celebrated at this boarding school which draws students from around the world - including Australia.
231 - Mar 2005 - News: The Church Around the World
Catholic News Agency Society of St Pius X contacts Australias priests The Society of St Pius X - which followed its founder the late Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre into schism in 1988 - has written to all the priests of Australia giving each a copy of a book containing interviews with 17 priests who celebrate only the older Roman Rite of Mass (1962 Missal) in Latin.
232 - Mar 2005 - Vocations: Australian diocesan seminary numbers continue to increase, Michael Gilchrist
A figure is available for the Priestly Fraternity of St Peter which celebrates the traditional Latin Liturgy.
233 - Feb 2005 - Books: Turning Towards the Lord: Orientation in Liturgical Prayer, Michael Gilchrist
Available from AD Books) In his foreword to Turning Towards the Lord Cardinal Ratzinger writes: To the ordinary churchgoer the two most obvious effects of the liturgical reform of the Second Vatican Council seem to be the disappearance of Latin and the turning of the altars towards the people.
234 - Feb 2005 - Letters: Changes in Liturgy (letter), Valentine Gallagher
In his book Demain la Liturgie (The Liturgy Tomorrow) Fr Gelineau observes: Let those who like myself have known and sung a Latin Gregorian High Mass remember it if they can.
235 - Feb 2005 - Letters: Society of St Pius X (letter), Anthony Bono
It is all very well if reverently celebrated Latin Masses for those Catholics desiring them are readily accessible with the blessing of the bishop - including ones celebrated by the Fraternity of St Peter.
236 - Feb 2005 - Letters: Missal translation (letter), Norman Wilkinson
No doubt you have many Latin experts amongst your readership and I would be interested to know how they would translate the word spiritus into modern English since the word spirit in English is now almost devoid of any useful meaning from a liturgical viewpoint.
237 - Dec 2004 - Books: Inspiring Christmas Gifts
95 Andrea Bocelli - Arias (CD) A magnificent CD collection of 18 Sacred Arias mostly sung in Latin such as Ave Maria Panis Angelicus Adeste Fideles and Ave Verum Corpus along with a Bocelli concert on DVD.
238 - Dec 2004 - Letters: Abortion (letter), Maryse Usher
And another thing: as a new parishioner in an indult Latin Mass congregation not only have I found peace beauty heavenly Gregorian Chant and blessed periods of silence after Communion but Latin Mass- goers all seem to be unashamedly and naturally pro-life.
239 - Dec 2004 - English language: Will Rome ensure the completion of an improved Mass translation?, William Oddie
In most places of worship a new kind of liturgical English - bare sparse apparently wilfully lacking in elegance or sonority - gradually replaced both Cranmers English and the Latin of what became known as the old Mass.
240 - Dec 2004 - News: The Church Around the World
In an interview with Catholic News Service Cardinal George Pell Chairman of the Vox Clara Committee said that as a universal Church steeped in tradition the Catholic Church must be faithful to the prayers it has used for centuries and to the Latin texts that ensure that every Catholic in every place is praying the same prayer.
241 - Nov 2004 - Books: More new titles from AD Books
95 Andrea Bocelli - Arias (CD) A magnificent CD collection of 18 Sacred Arias mostly sung in Latin such as Ave Maria Panis Angelicus Adeste Fideles and Ave Verum Corpus along with a Bocelli concert on DVD.
242 - Nov 2004 - Letters: Real Latin (letter), Matt Bruekers
I felt sincerely sorry for him and was pleased that Latin was the same everywhere so I wouldnt have the same problem.
243 - Nov 2004 - Obituary: RIP Michael Davies - The passing of a true defender of the Faith, Michael Foley
Michael Davies who died on 25 September 2004 was a household word in traditional Latin Mass circles and well beyond.
244 - Nov 2004 - Morning Mass: Finding some 'head space': an alternative approach, David Birch
A traditional early morning Latin Low Mass - gloriously silent in so many parts - is not the surf gym or running track but a wonderful opportunity of offering a spiritual and liturgical alternative to the more secular way many of us living busy and stressful lives cope with finding some head space for ourselves at the start of a day.
245 - Nov 2004 - Liturgy: Ad-libbing in the Mass: Does it really matter?, John Young
This obscures the meaning for the expression mystery of faith (in Latin mysterium fidei) means the Eucharist whereas the alteration suggests that the words that follow (e.
246 - Nov 2004 - British Catholic writers call for a better Mass translation, AD2000 Report
Politically-inspired The authors urge the Holy See not to accept the revisionists standard excuse for the rewriting of the Mass - you cant say that in English - and give examples of how the overwhelming force of the original Latin agreed to at the Second Vatican Council can be conveyed in clear modern direct English.
247 - Oct 2004 - Books: More new titles from AD Books
00 A Commentary on the Book of Psalms This is a beautifully presented coffee-table style book presentation of Saint Robert Bellarmines Commentary on the Book of Psalms translated from the original Latin by John OSullivan Archdeacon of Kerry in 1866.
248 - Oct 2004 - Liturgy: Why priests should stick to the Mass texts, Bishop T.J. Paprocki
I command that for the future it is to have the force of law for the whole Latin Church and I entrust it to the watchful care of those concerned in order that it may be observed .
249 - Oct 2004 - University: International Movement of Catholic Students Australia, Aaron Russell
One zone of contention or at least interest was the varying degrees of attachment to the Latin Mass or the more conservative liturgical options within the Novus Ordo.
250 - Sep 2004 - Books: More new titles from AD Books
95 Dictionary of Ecclesiastical Latin Leo F.
251 - Sep 2004 - Books: The Next Christendom: The Coming of Global Christianity, by Philip Jenkins, John Barich
Jenkins quotes the World Christian Encyclopaedias prediction that by 2050 there will be three Christians for every two Muslims and counters Spong by showing that in Africa Asia and Latin America Christianity is growing very fast while his secularist approach is pass.
252 - Sep 2004 - Letters: Maronite Church, L.L. Booth
I hear Mass at a church where it is celebrated in Latin and I much prefer that.
253 - Sep 2004 - Letters: 'King Arthur' an anti-Catholic movie, Fr Brian Harrison
Other clerics are portrayed as pitiful simpering cowards: one of them muttering the Hail Mary (in that detested language Latin) is made an object of audience contempt as he is mimicked and ridiculed by one of Arthurs heroic knights.
254 - Sep 2004 - Letters: NRSV Bible, Mrs M.A. Ross
It is a pity those formulating the new Mass had not consulted people in the pews who have already been subjected to the NRSV for many years.
255 - Sep 2004 - Letters: Mass translation?, Philip Holberton
I read your article in the July AD2000 almost with disbelief: the quotations you give with approval from the new translation are almost the same as the crib in my wifes 1952 (pre-Vatican II) Latin missal apart from updating thy to your on earth peace to men of goodwill sins of the world I believe for the opening of the Creed and my sacrifice and yours at the Orate Fratres.
256 - Sep 2004 - Adult education: Latin language course in Melbourne
An intensive Latin course and an adult religious education program based on the Catechism of the Catholic Church are to be conducted by the Fraternity of St Peter in Melbourne.
257 - Sep 2004 - Why not a little Latin in the liturgy?, Angus Sibley
To argue as some do that the disuse of Latin has half-emptied our churches is too simplistic by far.
258 - Sep 2004 - Mass Attendance: Where have all the worshippers gone?, Fr Martin Durham
While Vatican II called for active participation in the liturgy the Latin word it used was not activa but actuosa - better translated as actual.
259 - Jul 2004 - Letters: Parish concerns (letter), Peter Gilet
We could easily have one Latin Mass on a weekday each week.
260 - Jul 2004 - Liturgy: New improved English Mass translation nears completion, Michael Gilchhrist
When one places sections of the present Missal translation alongside the new draft version and the Latin master edition of the new Mass as promulgated after Vatican II one is struck by the many glaring linguistic inaccuracies not to mention theological distortions or omissions.
261 - Jun 2004 - The importance of beauty in the Liturgy, Christopher Pearson
Neither the use of Aramaic and Latin nor the medieval Grunewaldian representation of suffering deterred most of the (often youthful) audiences.
262 - May 2004 - Art: Beauty is very much an attribute of God - Sister Wendy, Sarah Macdonald
Talking to me about the natural evangelising that occurs in contemplating art she explains: Art is beauty and God is beauty.
263 - May 2004 - New liturgy document: Rome affirms right of laity to complain about abuses, Michael Gilchrist
Except when the ecclesiastical authorities schedule Mass in the language of the people priests are always and everywhere permitted to celebrate Mass in Latin.
264 - Apr 2004 - Letters: Corrections, Fr Timothy Deeter
On page 6 the article on the Statement of Conclusions the Latin expression ad limina apostolorum is correctly translated as to the threshold of the apostles not to the tombs of the apostles.
265 - Mar 2004 - Archaeology: Macquarie University's latest papyrus fragments shed light on early Christianity, Peter Westmore
Macquaries Museum of Ancient Cultures houses over 700 papyri fragments dating from the third century BC through to the sixth century AD including personal letters accounts and contracts school and literary texts written mostly in Greek as well as Egyptian hieroglyphics Demotic Coptic Latin and Hebrew.
266 - Feb 2004 - Liturgy: 'Excellent start' on accurate English Missal translation, AD2000 REPORT
The Vox Clara Committee consisting of senior bishops from around the English-speaking world was established in July 2001 to advise the congregation on translations of Latin liturgical texts into English and to strengthen co-operation with episcopal conferences in this regard.
267 - Dec 2003 - Books: You Are Peter, by Olivier Clément, Peter Westmore
These theological differences were overlaid on political divisions particularly after the sack of Constantinople by Western crusaders and the subsequent appointment by Pope Innocent III of a Latin patriarch of Constantinople.
268 - Dec 2003 - Books: Celibacy in the Early Church, by Stefan Heid, Fr Peter Murphy
At the very outset after noting other works on the topic and spurious legends he reminds the reader that the word celibate is derived from the Latin caelebs meaning unmarried and that clerics in the early Church both in the east and west were married and unmarried.
269 - Nov 2003 - Letters: The Mass? (letter), Kevin McBride
New Mass Latin Mass Tridentine Mass Low Mass and Novus Ordo.
270 - Oct 2003 - Liturgical Time Bombs In Vatican II, by Michael Davies, Michael Gilchrist
Archbishop Bugnini and his supporters who helped draw up the Vatican II Liturgy Constitution were able to produce a document that was conservative and reassuring in many respects - with its calls for the retention of Latin Gregorian chant and the like - while containing assorted ambiguously-worded time bombs.
271 - Oct 2003 - AD2000 readers' generous response to Queensland Lourdes appeal, Jenny Davies and Nicole King
Father Gregory Jordan SJ (Brisbanes Latin Mass chaplain) was the master of ceremonies and did a magnificent job.
272 - Sep 2003 - Letters: Converts (letter), Kevin Tighe
The much-admired Gerry Matatics is one such convert who is an enthusiastic supporter of the Latin Mass.
273 - Sep 2003 - Letters: New Mass (letter), Philip Robinson
My first point was to try to correct a misunderstanding widely held by many Catholics both Traditional and Novus Ordo that the most important aspects of the Traditional Latin Mass are the Latin and/or the Gregorian Chant.
274 - Sep 2003 - Letters: Liturgical choices (letter), Marguerite Fennell
Replying to Peter Westmore (April) and Philip Robinson (May) I propose that it is time both Catholic reformists who refuse to acknowledge the value of the classical Latin Mass and traditionalists who view with suspicion the Novus Ordo re-examined their positions.
275 - Sep 2003 - Homosexual conduct: how Gospel teaching can be distorted, Bill Muehlenberg
More sophisticated (better educated) Jews of Jesus day may have spoken Latin and Greek as well but Aramaic was the lingua franca (common language) of the day.
276 - Sep 2003 - Pope John Paul II calls for greater use of Latin, Denis Murphy
The almost complete disappearance of the once universal Latin from the worlds Catholic churches since the Second Vatican Council was not - as some Catholics still imagine - called for by the Council.
277 - Sep 2003 - Understanding the Catholic Liturgy since Vatican II, Dom Alcuin Reid OSB
This of course is quite a different matter from the complete vernacularisation of the Liturgy translating every last syllable into lowest common denominator speech.
278 - Aug 2003 - Priesthood: Clerical celibacy 'for the sake of God's Kingdom': the Church's teaching, John Young
This is the basis for the discipline of clerical celibacy required in Latin Rite Catholicism.
279 - Aug 2003 - Catalyst for Renewal Address: The legacy of Vatican II, Archbishop George Pell
The most immediate consequence to follow from the Council was the introduction of the celebration of the sacraments in vernacular languages rather than Latin something the Council itself never decreed and which Pope John XXIII did not foresee.
280 - Jul 2003 - Letters: Catholic books (letter), F. Carleton
This lists many of Cardinal Newmans major works in late 19th century and early 20th century editions and Latin texts of St Thomas Aquinas including but beyond the Summa Theologicae.
281 - Jul 2003 - Letters: New Mass (letter), Peter D. Howard
Such fidelity can be further underlined with a return of Latin responses and chant as decreed by Vatican II for the Ordo Missae.
282 - Jul 2003 - Letters: Church design (letter), Michael Baradinsky
Like Latin the traditional design was universal.
283 - Jul 2003 - The concentration camp prisoner who became a Queensland priest, Warren Losberg
On 11 June 1990 the Traditional Latin Mass returned to Townsville and for the next twelve years Father Dlugaj celebrated it without fail at 11am each Sunday.
284 - Jun 2003 - Letters: Latin Mass (letter), Philip Robinson
Unless circumstances otherwise dictate my wife and I only attend Mass according to the 1962 Missal - the Traditional Latin Mass - and have done so since 1988.
285 - Jun 2003 - Letters: Holy Orders (letter), Francis Vrijmoed
In this connection it may be appropriate to keep in mind that the decision of the Catholic Church not to allow married priests (for the Latin Rite Church) and not to ordain women are two completely different issues.
286 - Jun 2003 - Those dreadful old Catholic hymns?, Fr Fabian Duggan OSB
St Augustine mentions somewhere how much he loved to hear the workmen in the fields singing the Latin psalms they learnt in church.
287 - May 2003 - Cardinal Nguyen Van Thuan (1928-2002): How faith survived in a Communist prison, Cardinal Francis Xavier Nguyen Van Thuan
If you sincerely wish to understand the Church to dialogue with Catholics I propose to write an index of religious vocabulary in Latin French English Italian Spanish and Chinese with Vietnamese definitions.
288 - May 2003 - Liturgy: Latvia shows the way on liturgical renewal, Cardinal Janis Pujats
We celebrated the Novus Ordo in Latin so the people did not notice much change.
289 - Apr 2003 - Books: A Long Way From Rome, edited by Chris McGillion, John Barich
The Church is thriving or resurgent in many parts of the globe - Latin America Africa Asia and in parts of the West.
290 - Apr 2003 - Letters: Vatican II (letter), Denis O'Leary
More often than not many of the changes for which Vatican II was cited as an authority for example the ousting of Gregorian Chant or the total abandonment of Latin it would be found either that the claimed support was wholly lacking or at best questionable.
291 - Apr 2003 - Our Lady of Peace: one American parish's successful formula, Arthur J. Brew
They are strongly attracted by the reverent liturgy of Our Lady of Peace which is also the only church in the diocese where a Traditional Latin Mass is celebrated once a month.
292 - Apr 2003 - Education: Chavagnes International Catholic college update, Br John Moylan
Nearly all the boys study four languages English Latin French and Spanish with Maths physics science chemistry history geography music computing choir and art also among the subject offerings at present.
293 - Apr 2003 - News: The Church Around the World
Vocations urgent in Latin America Holy Sees statistics highlight problem Vocations are the priority of the Catholic Church in Latin America the Holy See says.
294 - Feb 2003 - Liturgy: The sacrifice of the Mass: the Eucharistic words of Christ, Msgr Peter J. Elliott
Sacrifice establishes communion with God through making something holy hence the Latin word sacrificium from sacrum facere to make holy.
295 - Dec 2002 - News: The Church Around the World, AD2000
Tenth anniversary of new Catechism International Catechical Congress held in Rome On 11 October Pope John Paul II received 220 participants at the International Catechetical Congress which celebrated the 10th anniversary of the original edition of the Catechism of the Catholic Church and the fifth anniversary of the Latin edition.
296 - Dec 2002 - Editorial: Christmas 2002: the state of the Church, Peter Westmore
His leadership over nearly 25 years has witnessed a significant recovery of Christianity in Eastern Europe and substantial growth in Africa Asia and Latin America.
297 - Oct 2002 - Catholic liturgy in the 21st century: major challenges facing the Church, Fr Peter Williams
We now know that there was enormous pressure on those who were first entrusted with the task of translating the texts from the Latin into English.
298 - Oct 2002 - Liturgy: Vatican control over ICEL tightens, Dr William Oddie
Rome has a particular mission in maintaining the Churchs unity in faith: it is the most fundamental reason why Liturgiam Authenticam is right to insist that liturgical translations must be faithful to the normative Latin texts.
299 - Sep 2002 - Letters: Horse and cart (letter), Arthur Negus
Eastern Rite Churches ordain married men routinely and the Latin Church does so exceptionally.
300 - Sep 2002 - Vocations: Corpus Christi Seminary enrolments bounce back, Michael Gilchrist
Africa Latin America India the Philippines and South Korea has more than compensated for this.
301 - Aug 2002 - Letters: Experts? (letter), Jerome Gonzalez
The Catholic Church already allows married priests in its Byzantine or Eastern Rites; it also allows married ministers who have converted from Anglicanism and wish to be ordained as Catholic priests to do so (subject to the usual requirements); and it would seem feasible that as part of an effort to eventually join in unity with the Orthodox Church(es) it might even allow priests of the Latin or Western Rite to marry.
302 - Aug 2002 - Liturgy: New English Missal: Vatican sets guidelines for ICEL, Michael Gilchrist
Pope John Paul II is determined to have as soon as possible a satisfactory English translation of the new Roman Missal (Third Edition) the Latin text of which was presented to him on 18 March 2002.
303 - Jul 2002 - Letters: Fr Des Jenkins Golden Jubilee (letter), Gordon R. Coomber
He will celebrate a High Mass in the Latin Rite at 10.
304 - Jul 2002 - Letters: Missal translation (letter), Philip Robinson
This Novus Ordo Missal puts into the English language the Latin Traditional Missal with some deletions and additions.
305 - Jul 2002 - Letters: Women's Commission (letter), Gillian Gonzalez
Traditional collective terms should be retained in instances where their loss would compromise a clear notion of man as a unitary inclusive and corporate yet truly personal figure as expressed for example by the Hebrew term adam the Greek anthropos or the Latin homo.
306 - Jul 2002 - Vatican II, church architecture and "reform of the reform", Sidney Rofe
The Latin word ecclesia means much more than an assembly.
307 - Jun 2002 - Letters: Latin Masses in Victoria (letter), William Campbell
I have set up a web site advertising approved Latin Masses in Victoria.
308 - Jun 2002 - Letters: Latin Course (letter), Rev V.I. Falconer SJ
I am grateful to Ken Bayliss for his favourable review of my Latin Course.
309 - Jun 2002 - Letters: Ambiguities (letter), Valentine Gallagher
Cardinal Henri de Lubac SJ comments on the ambiguity of Gaudium et Spes: The title of the first part even more so in French than in Latin has an ambiguous tone and undoubtedly this ambiguity was necessary in order to enable it to cover the whole field of the exposition.
310 - Jun 2002 - How John Paul II's 'new springtime' came to an American parish, Elizabeth A. Wittman
Father also introduced the use of Latin.
311 - Jun 2002 - News: The Church Around the World, AD2000
The congress held at the invitation of John Paul II was the third such congress following those for Latin America (Sao Paulo 1994) and Europe (Rome 1997).
312 - Jun 2002 - Liturgy: New English Missal: Archbishop Pell to chair international Vox Clara committee, Michael Gilchrist
Following publication of the third Latin edition of the Roman Missal in March 2002 as the official standard for the liturgy the next step was to make vernacular language editions available - including English.
313 - May 2002 - Books: Father Ian Falconer's Latin Course, Ken Bayliss
FATHER FALCONERS LATIN COURSE by Fr V.
314 - May 2002 - Gregorian Chant's new lease of life in Brisbane, AD2000 Report
The Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy goes on to say it is important to take steps so that the faithful may also be able to say or sing in Latin those parts of the Mass which pertain to them.
315 - May 2002 - Liturgy: New edition of the Roman Missal released: vernacular translations to come, Michael Gilchrist
The Latin-language volume constitutes the basis for any subsequent translations of the Missal into the worlds vernacular languages.
316 - Apr 2002 - Letters: Reforming the reform (letter), Valentine Gallagher
Cardinal Ratzingers remarks are wholly consistent with his earlier views published in his book Feast of Faith: Today we might ask: Is there a Latin rite any more?
317 - Apr 2002 - News: The Church Around the World
Pope recommends wider use of Latin 40th anniversary of John XXIIIs Veterum Sapientia Pope John Paul II has recommended the use of Latin in the Roman liturgy and in seminary training.
318 - Mar 2002 - Letters: Nicene Creed, Ken Bayliss
Rome is to be congratulated for returning accuracy to the English translation of the Latin of the Mass.
319 - Mar 2002 - Thoughts of a recent convert to Catholicism, Rett Peaden
Accumulating wealth does not add dignity.
320 - Mar 2002 - 'Liturgiam Authenticam', ICEL and the need for improved Mass translations, Anna Silvas
They used the Latin text of the revised liturgy.
321 - Mar 2002 - 'Conservation Plan' recommends changes to Toowoomba's Cathedral, Michael Gilchrist
The Vatican II liturgy document for example calls for the retention of Latin in the liturgy pride of place for Gregorian Chant and forbids priests to alter or replace words in official Mass texts.
322 - Mar 2002 - News: The Church Around the World
Zenit News Service Brazils Lefebvre Catholics reconciled Ceremony takes place in Sao Salvador Cathedral On Friday 18 January the only schism in the Church on the most Catholic of continents Latin America was over.
323 - Dec 2001 - Books: De Lubac's writings in English translations, Tracey Rowland
In relation to the issue of the maternal nature of the Church de Lubac draws distinctions between the treatment of this subject in the thought of the Greek and Latin Patristics.
324 - Nov 2001 - Brisbane liturgy director calls Vatican document "a betrayal", Michael Gilchrist
Rome had considered earlier norms for translations from Latin originals to be inadequate and insisted on a more accurate rendition of the literal Latin meanings.
325 - Nov 2001 - Editorial: Synod of Oceania document imminent - 'Ecclesia in Oceania', Peter Westmore
The Pope also addressed particular difficulties facing the Church such as inculturation in Asia and poverty and social injustices in Latin America.
326 - Oct 2001 - Letters: Liturgy translation (letter), Jack R. Nyman
The literal translation of the Latin is from the rising of the sun to the going down of the same.
327 - Oct 2001 - Education: Mass attendance: a key measure of Catholic schools' effectiveness, Br John Moylan CFC
There will also be references to some documents of the Second Vatican Council with their Latin title and paragraph.
328 - Oct 2001 - Cardinal George of Chicago sacks leading 'progressive' liturgist, Michael Gilchrist
There he stressed a need for more literal translation of Latin in the liturgy and tight restrictions on inclusive language.
329 - Sep 2001 - Successful Thomas More Centre Winter School in Brisbane, Sidney Rofe
This call for a restoration of the liturgy was realised at the Sunday Mass which saw the use of Latin for parts of the liturgy such as the Kyrie Sanctus Agnus Dei and Canon with English for the changeable parts such as the responsorial psalm and the readings.
330 - Aug 2001 - Letters: Vatican II 'ambiguities' (letter), George F. Simpson
The Italian and French quotations suffer from double translations first from Latin and then into English.
331 - Aug 2001 - Appreciating the Mass: a successful new publication, Fr Robert Egar PP
Even though the Mass in those days was celebrated in Latin school children were led to understand the centrality of the Mass in our Catholic Christian life.
332 - Aug 2001 - Denver Archdiocese: the future of Catholicism, David Scott
New religious orders like Sister Jordans have transplanted themselves to Denver as have more than a dozen missionary groups and spiritual renewal movements from Latin America and Europe.
333 - Aug 2001 - News: The Church Around the World
The letter written in Latin and translated into Italian is dated 20 June.
334 - Jul 2001 - Music: From the Great South Land of the Holy Spirit:, John Miles
In addition there are two hymns by Cardinal Newman - Firmly I Believe and Truly (music by Sir Edward Elgar) and Help Lord These Souls which Thou Has Made (music Samuel Webbe Jnr) and several beautiful hymns of devotion to the Virgin Mary - Hail Queen of Heaven Ill Sing a Hymn to Mary and Ave Maria (Bach/Gounod) - the words of the Hail Mary sung in Latin.
335 - Jul 2001 - Books: 'Five Loaves and Two Fishes' by Archbishop F. X. Nguyen Van Thuan, Anthony Cappello
During his time in prison Archbishop Thuan lived and proclaimed the power of the Gospel befriended all his gaolers taught them French and Latin and talked them into obtaining for him a pencil and paper.
336 - Jul 2001 - Letters: Ambiguities (letter), Philip Robinson
The Latin literally translated into English reads: It is appropriate that this certain and unchangeable doctrine to which faithful loyalty must be shown should be examined and expounded in the manner which the times demand.
337 - Jul 2001 - Carnivale Christi: an inspiring display of Christian culture, Angela Smith
Byzantine Russian Syriac and Maronite chants were among the distinguishing features of these evenings with the Choir of the Holy Rood from the Maternal Heart of Mary Traditional Latin Mass Community performing Gregorian chant under the direction of Stephen Smith.
338 - Jul 2001 - Education: National Catholic Education Conference: but who chose the guest speakers?, Michael Gilchrist
He also praised the Latin American Basic Ecclesial Communities as a key to his vision of the future.
339 - Jul 2001 - New Vatican guidelines call for sound, accurate liturgy translations, Michael Gilchrist
The no-nonsense approach of a new Vatican Instruction on liturgical translations from the official Latin originals to vernacular languages including English is well encapsulated in the following lines from the beginning of the document: The greatest prudence and attention are required in the preparation of liturgical books marked by sound doctrine which are exact in wording and free from all ideological influence .
340 - Jun 2001 - Books: 'Praying The Psalms: A Commentary' by Fr Stanley L. Jaki, Anthony Cappello
Fr Jaki reminds the reader of the days of the Latin Mass when the priest would recite this Psalm while he washed his hands after the Offertory - the rightful place for the lavabo: The priest needs to wet only his fingertips because he should begin the celebration of the Mass with nothing more than mere peccadillos on his conscience.
341 - Jun 2001 - Basic Ecclesial Communities: Adelaide's 'new model of church', Michael Gilchrist
To be church is not to do the religious thing but to listen to struggle with people Experts on Latin American Basic Ecclesial Communities - Fr Jos Marins and his Team from Brazil - are currently touring several Australian dioceses training participants in a series of workshops.
342 - May 2001 - Why John Henry Newman converted to Catholicism, Michael Davies
He is President of Una Voce a worldwide body that promotes the cause of the traditional Latin Mass.
343 - Apr 2001 - Letters: Inaccuracy (letter), Fr Michael Kalka PP
Events in the Eastern Catholic Churches are entitled to as much editorial accuracy as events in the Western (Latin) Catholic Church!
344 - Mar 2001 - Books: The Pange Lingua Hymnal, compiled by Paul Newton, Fr Gregory Pritchard PP
He has left no stone unturned in collating an affordable hymnal spiral bound accompaniment and paperback peoples edition for popular use.
345 - Mar 2001 - Letters: Latin (letter), Karmenu Attard
Some people regard Latin as a dead language.
346 - Mar 2001 - Letters: Old liturgical books (letter), Frank Carleton
Some AD2000 readers may be interested in the availability of old Latin liturgical books covering the period from 1938 to 1964.
347 - Mar 2001 - Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter ordinations
On the tenth anniversary of the promulgation of the document Ecclesia Dei Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith remarked on the great number of priestly and religious vocations that have come from communities attached to the traditional Latin liturgy founded as a result of that document.
348 - Mar 2001 - New cardinals to continue John Paul II's agenda, AD2000 Report
The continent with the most cardinals in a future conclave continues to be Europe with 65 cardinals (48 percent); then come the Americas with 11 US cardinals two Canadians and 27 Latin Americans.
349 - Dec 2000 - Letters: Sermons (letter), Gordon R. Coomber
Sermons on all of the topics she mentions as missing - and more - are preached every Sunday at St Josephs Black Rock at our Latin Mass every Sunday at 10.
350 - Dec 2000 - Letters: Corrected translation (letter), Hugh Henry
Msgr John McCarthy (Editor of Living Tradition) says the official Latin edition of E.
351 - Dec 2000 - News: The Church Around the World
A reply dated 25 September and signed by Cardinal Jorge Medina Estvez Prefect of the Congregation indicated that the word expedit in the Latin text of the new General Instruction on the Roman Missal does not constitute an obligation but a suggestion that refers to the construction of the altar.
352 - Dec 2000 - Jubilee Congress of Families: Rome report, Anthony Cappello
In many African Asian and Latin American countries children are still exploited in wars and through child labour.
353 - Nov 2000 - Science and Christianity: can they co-exist in the new millennium?, Stephen Hitchings
The word science from the Latin scientia means knowledge.
354 - Nov 2000 - News: The Church Around the World
Vatican Cardinal reaffirms support for Latin Mass Delegation meets with President of Ecclesia Dei Commission On 4 September reports Michael Davies a delegation of members of the International Una Voce Federation and Pro Missa Tridentina were granted an audience with Cardinal Dario Castrillon Hoyos Prefect of the Congregation for the Clergy and President of the Pontifical Commission Ecclesia Dei.
355 - Oct 2000 - News: The Church Around the World
Rome to publish new Missal this year Several differences from 1970 Missal According to a Vatican Press Office statement on 4 August the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments will shortly publish an updated Latin text of the new Roman Missal.
356 - Sep 2000 - Rome's International Eucharistic Congress: 'an unforgettable week', Christine McCarthy
Rev Mark Withers an Australian deacon studying in Rome and now ordained to the priesthood chanted the Gospel in Latin.
357 - Sep 2000 - Rome calls for new emphasis on the sacred at Mass, AD2000 Report
The new Latin-language instruction introduces numerous minor changes in the way Mass is to be celebrated many of them clarifying problem areas that have arisen since 1975.
358 - Aug 2000 - Reflection: Re-discovering holiness will lead to more priestly vocations: Cardinal Daly, Cardinal Cahal Daly
This position was reiterated by the Synod of Bishops in 1990: The Synod does not wish to leave any doubts in the mind of anyone regarding the Churchs firm will to maintain the law that demands perpetual and freely chosen celibacy for present and future candidates for priestly ordination in the Latin Rite.
359 - Jun 2000 - How Catholics can help rebuild Christian culture, Archbishop Charles J. Chaput
In Latin the title is Gaudium et Spes.
360 - Jun 2000 - News: The Church Around the World
The Priestly Fraternity whose mission is to preserve the traditional Latin liturgy of the Roman Rite has experienced substantial growth since its foundation in 1988 following Pope John Paul IIs Ecclesia Dei decree.
361 - Apr 2000 - Indulgences and the Millennium Jubilee Year, Neil Coup
In the doctrinal section of the 1967 Apostolic Constitution known by the Latin name Indulgentiarum Doctrina indulgences are given their theological foundation reminding the faithful above all that the nature of sin confers a penalty that must be assumed; in the second place there is a law of spiritual solidarity among all men what Catholics call the communion of saints by which sin not only has a personal dimension but also a communal one that must be repaired; and finally there is the Churchs treasure which includes Christs merits as well as those of the Virgin and saints which can be put at the disposal of the faithful through the Church.
362 - Mar 2000 - English language Mass translation reform: should ICEL be wound up?, Michael Gilchrist
He points out that ICEL texts often did not follow the original Latin closely enough; the process for developing copyrighting and approving translations did not give bishops enough room for making changes and suggestions; and ICEL was writing its own material not just translating Vatican-approved Latin texts.
363 - Feb 2000 - Legionaries of Christ: new order for a new millennium, Peter Westmore
Later a seminary was established in Connecticut in the US where many students from Latin America Europe and even Australia have studied for the priesthood.
364 - Dec 1999 - News: The Church Around the World
The Irish Catholic Fraternity of St Peter Foundation in Melbourne approved On 26 October 1999 the Fraternity of St Peter whose priests celebrate the traditional Latin Mass was formally invited into the Archdiocese of Melbourne.
365 - Nov 1999 - News: The Church Around the World
Of particular significance is par 7 which states: With reference to the stipulation of canon 961 1 2 that for general absolution to be justified one of the conditions to be met is that otherwise the penitent would be deprived of sacramental grace or Holy Communion for a lengthy period of time (diu in Latin).
366 - Oct 1999 - Spanish academic revives speculation about authenticity of the Holy Grail, Zenit News Service
(Here Antuoano is referring to the official Latin text hunc praeclarum calicem.
367 - Aug 1999 - The pipe organ and Catholic liturgy: an expression of Church teaching, Jeremy Fletcher
The Second Vatican Council affirmed the use of the pipe organ in the Church: In the Latin Church the pipe organ is to be held in high esteem for it is the traditional musical instrument and one that adds a wonderful splendour to the Churchs ceremonies and powerfully lifts up mans mind to God and to heavenly things (Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy n 120).
368 - Aug 1999 - 'Veil of Veronica' rediscovered in Italian abbey, Zenit News Service
Critics of the incidents historicity point to the very name of the saint: Veronica is a combination of Latin and Greek words meaning true image.
369 - Aug 1999 - Archbishop Pell celebrates traditional Latin Mass in St Patrick's Cathedral, Gerard McManus
The Solemn Pontifical Mass said by the Archbishop of Melbourne Dr George Pell was the most significant event to date in the resurgence of the Latin Mass in Australia.
370 - Aug 1999 - News: The Church Around the World
Applicants should have a strong empathy with Catholic liturgy and be able to foster Latin plainchant and polyphony whilst being willing and able to develop new repertoire in the Catholic tradition.
371 - Jul 1999 - Liturgy: An American parish's formula for success, Judy Trajanyi
Young families many of whom never knew the pre-conciliar Church of their parents and grandparents are coming here for the reverent atmosphere and style of worship which includes a Latin Mass on the last Sunday of the month and on Thursday evenings.
372 - Jul 1999 - News: The Church Around the World
Seminarians increase worldwide Vatican Statistical Yearbook figures The latest edition of the Vaticans Statistical Yearbook (updated to 31 December 1997) reveals that vocations to the priesthood are increasing in Africa Asia Latin America and parts of Oceania.
373 - Jun 1999 - New Missal a 'decided improvement' concludes US Archbishop Elden Curtiss, Archbishop Elden Curtiss
Translating the Hebrew or Greek of the Sacred Scriptures and the Latin of the Roman Missal (the Lectionary and Sacramentary) into modern English which is suited to public prayer and proclamation is no easy task.
374 - Jun 1999 - St Thomas Aquinas: philosopher for our time, Fr G.H. Duggan SM
The men of the Dark Ages knew of Aristotles works only his treatises on Logic which had been translated into Latin by Boethius at the beginning of the sixth century.
375 - Jun 1999 - Archbishop Weakland finds defects in the post-Vatican II liturgy, Michael Daniel
Weakland then acknowledges the divisive nature of the translations of the liturgical texts and seems to concede that many of the translations are defective: But have these translations consequently fallen into a triteness and at times distorted or made ambiguous the meaning of the Latin original?
376 - Jun 1999 - Bishops Conference resolves crisis over 'Statement of Conclusions', Michael Gilchrist
The Congregation indicated that its document was designed to remove any remaining doubt or confusion regarding this matter and to make clear the existing law in force on the essential conditions for the ordinary and extraordinary celebration of the sacrament in the Latin Church.
377 - Mar 1999 - A Polish priest's story: how I survived the Nazi occupation, Fr Marcel Pasiecznik
A few years back I began serving the indult Latin Mass community in Pittsburgh celebrating the Tridentine Mass and hearing confessions.
378 - Mar 1999 - John Paul II's successful fourth visit to Mexico, AD2000 Report
In 1992 when the Latin American Episcopal Council met on the 500th anniversary of the evangelisation of the continent the Pope proposed a solution few understood.
379 - Feb 1999 - Brompton Oratory: London's liturgical oasis, Joanna Bogle
The Novus Ordo Latin sung Mass is packed every Sunday.
380 - Feb 1999 - Liturgy: Cardinal Ratzinger on the old and the new Mass, Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger
On 23-26 October 1998 the tenth anniversary of Pope John Paul IIs motu proprio Ecclesia Dei was celebrated in Rome by thousands of supporters of the traditional Latin Mass (Missal of 1962).
381 - Feb 1999 - 'Absolute Truth': another media 'job' on the Catholic Church, Michael Gilchrist
In technical and journalistic terms the series included revealing interviews with many key participants and historic film footage covering such areas as Vatican II Pope John Paul IIs impact on Eastern Europe the Church in Latin America Africa and Asia and the assassination of Archbishop Oscar Romero.
382 - Feb 1999 - News: The Church Around the World
One of the claims made by the Cuban Catholic Church refers specifically to the increase of priests coming to the country where according to the Conference of Bishops there is only one priest for every 56000 inhabitants one of the poorest ratios in Latin America.
383 - Dec 1998 - John Paul II's new encyclical 'Faith and Reason' analysed, Hayden Ramsay
He believes it is the duty of Asian African and other Christians to investigate the resources of traditional philosophies in their own regions as ways of expressing their faith - so long as doing so does not conflict with perennial Catholic truths or contradict our rich Greco-Latin inheritance.
384 - Dec 1998 - Pope John Paul II calls for more 'balance' in the reformed liturgy, AD2000 Report
The introduction of the vernacular had the Pope noted certainly opened up the treasures of the liturgy to all who take part but this did not mean that the Latin language and especially the chants which are so superbly adapted to the genius of the Roman rite should be wholly abandoned.
385 - Oct 1998 - Pope John Paul II: the impact of his twenty-year pontificate, Peter Westmore
As Pope John Paul II immediately began to take administrative control of the Church restoring priestly discipline extending an olive branch to Archbishop Lefebvre and visiting Latin America to deal with the challenges posed by the two ideological extremes of radical Liberation Theology and unbridled capitalism.
386 - Aug 1998 - Pope's new Apostolic Letter puts theological dissenters on notice
The Popes present document enshrines this requirement in Canon Law with an additional paragraph to Canon 750 of the Latin code and Canon 598 of the Eastern code extending the obligations of Catholics beyond simply believing all that is contained in the written Word of God and all that has been proclaimed as being divinely revealed.
387 - Apr 1998 - Holy See rejects the latest ICEL submission
The new text could not be confirmed for liturgical use Not only by reason of its failure to adhere faithfully to the Latin editio typica altera and to convey accurately in English its contents but also because its translation is not without doctrinal problems.
388 - Feb 1998 - Reflection: The Mass: the symbolism of 'facing East', Fr Fabian Duggan OSB
It was forbidden (they proclaimed) to say Mass in Latin (any other language was all right but not Latin) and all Masses would be said facing the people.
389 - Dec 1997 - Cardinal John O'Connor: what Catholics believe, Cardinal John O'Connor
A cathedral is so-called because it houses the seat the cathedra in Latin from or in the presence of which the bishop preaches the word of God as taught by Christ himself the Word who became flesh as St John tells us and dwells among us.
390 - Sep 1996 - Books: 'Iota Unum: A Study of Changes in the Catholic Church', by Romano Amerio, Fr Peter Joseph
Romano Amerio Italian by nationality is a man of broad and classical erudition who taught philosophy Greek and Latin at the Academy of Lugano Switzerland (his birthplace) from 1928 to 1970.
391 - Jun 1996 - Michael Davies' Australia / NZ tour - The Catholic liturgy: where is it headed?, Michael Gilchrist
There are at present at least three liturgical trends evident today: a continuing radicalisation of the new Mass via the liturgical bureaucracy; a reform of the reform (supported by Cardinal Ratzinger) seeking to bring the liturgy more into line with Vatican II; and a spread of celebrations of the pre-Vatican II Latin Mass.
392 - May 1996 - Archbishop Little warns priests on flawed 'priestless liturgies' document
even outside the Latin Rite) on Sunday or the previous evening (Canons 1247-1248).
393 - Apr 1996 - Vatican II, 1962-1965 - The next 30 years: to bring about a Catholic revival, Fr John Parsons
Fr Parsons is in charge of the Canberra-Goulburn Archdioceses Latin Mass congregation at St Brigids Dickson ACT and is a regular contributor to secular and religious publications.
394 - Mar 1996 - Examining the impact of Vatican II after 30 years, Fr John Parsons
Fr John Parsons who is in charge of the Canberra-Goulburn Archdioceses traditional Latin Mass congregation at St Brigids Dickson ACT is a regular contributor to the religious and secular press.
395 - Nov 1995 - Lord Ripon (1828-1909) - II - How to base political life on Christian principles, Fr John Parsons
A Latin inscription still visible on the garden wall as one descends to the convent from Assisi records the fact that the Marquis of Ripon restored the convent at his own expense in that year; and the road leading down from Assisi to San Damiano is called the Via G.
396 - Aug 1995 - Reflection: A Catholic undergraduate faces the future with confidence, Lucy O'Connell
For an older adult used to uniform Latin Masses or regimented catechism lessons and so forth the transition of the Church from then to now must be bewildering even heartbreaking.
397 - Jul 1995 - Edel Quinn (1907-1944): Ireland's 20th century apostle to Africa, Michael Gilchrist
They were conspicuously reverent in church and joined in singing the Latin responses and the Credo in irreproachable fashion.
398 - May 1995 - Lincoln, Nebraska: how a Catholic diocese was built
In a recent interview with Roger McCaffrey of the US-based journal The Latin Mass Bishop Bruskewitz remarked that his diocese was blessed with a contented happy priesthood an abundance of young priests and seminarians no external signs of dissent nor any of the clerical scandals which have plagued other American dioceses.
399 - Mar 1995 - Leonid Federov (1879-1935): Russian Catholicism - a brave vision unfulfilled, Fr Peter Knowles OP
Fedorov attended a local high school which like all such high schools in Tsarist Russia placed great emphasis on Latin and Greek.
400 - Nov 1994 - Editorial: The Church's Achilles Heel: administration, B.A. Santamaria
St Jerome who translated the original Greek into the Latin Vulgate 1600 years closer to the original text rendered it as tentatio or temptation which has been the common usage ever since.
401 - Oct 1994 - An Australian's impressions of an orthodox U.S. Catholic college, Renee Ryan
All must study Literature Political Philosophy Theology Philosophy Latin or Creek Physics and Mathematics.
402 - Jul 1994 - Books: 'Catechism of the Catholic Church', Fr Peter Joseph
At 1402 a pledge of the life to come slavishly follows the French rendition of a Latin prayer which actually says a pledge of future glory.
403 - Jun 1994 - Fr Hubert Jedin's 1968 'Letter to the German Bishops', Fr Hubert Jedin
The Latin Mass the bond of unity of the universal Church should not be allowed to perish now that the world is becoming so much smaller.
404 - May 1994 - Reflection: Our Lady: the family context, Bishop George Pell
This perspective is not surprising in the Catholic tradition which still requires its priests at least in the Latin rite to be celibate; not as an expression of hostility to family life but as a reminder that family love however beautiful is not the ultimate love.
405 - Mar 1994 - The new Catechism and Cardinal Newman, Archbishop Eric D'Arcy
In the Essay on Development he singles out nine specimens of Christian principle which are as patent and operative in the Latin and Creek Christianity of our day as they were in the beginning.
406 - Feb 1994 - Can liturgical 'reform' be reformed?, Simon Matthews
The most practical example of this was the publication of Latin/vernacular peoples missals so that the liturgical rites could be followed and understood as they were celebrated.
407 - Feb 1994 - The state of Catholicism after 'Veritatis Splendor', B.A. Santamaria
The degradation of the liturgical structures of Catholic worship and piety - the liturgy in general the Mass the Sacraments sacramentals and pious practices - which has followed the de facto abolition of the Latin Mass in 1969.
408 - Nov 1993 - Brompton Oratory, London: Keeping Catholic tradition alive, Simon Matthews
Mass is celebrated at the Oratory in the vernacular and in Latin.
409 - Nov 1993 - In the aftermath of 'Veritatis Splendor', B.A. Santamaria
Seventh Commandment Far from concentrating on matters relating to sex the new Encyclical for instance lists certain detailed applications which flow from the Seventh Commandment Thou shalt not steal.
410 - Jul 1993 - Reflection: Eucharistic reverence: 'How our actions reflect our belief', Christine McCarthy
The incense the strange beautiful Latin hymns the numerous candles the church crowded with people whose devotion was tangible even to a small child; these all contributed to a sense of awe in the presence of God.
411 - Jun 1993 - US opposition to ICEL changes intensifies, AD2000 Report
One of the groups Credo is an association of priests committed to English translations of the Liturgy which faithfully represent the official Latin.
412 - Mar 1993 - Books: A review of the 'Catechism of the Catholic Church' (French Edition), Fr Peter Joseph
in the mystery of the Holy Spirits procession in the Holy Trinity (248); in the treatment of Confirmation where East and West differ about the ordinary minister (priest or bishop 1312-3) and time of conferral (at baptism or later 1290-2); similarly for marriage where the Latin Church sees the spouses as the ministers of the sacrament whilst the Oriental liturgies see the priest as the minister (1623).
413 - Mar 1993 - The Myth of Latin America's 'Basic Christian Communities', Paul Gray
Adherents of the myth believe that Third World societies - notably the countries of Latin America - are made up of teeming masses of hard-working Catholic peasants kept in submission by a tiny but tyrannical land-owning class armed and directed by agents of the US government.
414 - Nov 1992 - Where 'normal' religious life flourishes, Fr John Parsons
Nonetheless the daily round of the liturgy with the bells of two or three priories or monasteries ringing the hours through the day calling the brethren to choir would have been as familiar as bread and cheese in every town of Catholic Christendom whether in Europe or Latin America in the year 1700.
415 - Sep 1992 - Crises in the Church: Fr Hubert Jedin's warning to Rome
36) maintains as a rule the Latin liturgy in the same manner as before.
416 - May 1992 - Christianity's first three centuries - the truth behind the myth, Andrew Quinlan
A wide variety of people were bound together by this single political system which used two major languages: Latin for the bureaucracy and legal system and Greek for philosophy and the market place.
417 - May 1992 - Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy: has ecumenism lost its way?, Fr Peter Knowles OP
Would that they did have the influence and power they are suspected of wielding: were that indeed the case the Uniates could do much for the health and stability of Western Latin Catholicism.
418 - Apr 1992 - Sexist language: theological mumbo-jumbo, Frank Mobbs
Yet I fail to see that by using such Latin words as media forum and referendum I am subtly enforcing imperialism.
419 - Feb 1992 - The Pope's agenda - overcoming the obstacles, Michael Gilchrist
At the same time he has appointed as many strong orthodox bishops as possible in the United States men such as Cardinals OConnor and Law Archbishop Stafford and more recently Bishop Myers of Peoria Illinois not to mention Bishop Lustiger in Paris and a number of no-nonsense appointees in Austria Germany Latin America and elsewhere.
420 - Oct 1991 - France and the revival of traditional Catholicism, Dr Geoffrey Hull
To appreciate French Catholicism one must consider quality rather than quantity for France is unquestionably the most precocious member of the Latin Church or as Hilaire Belloc once put it the battleground on which the great questions of the Faith and Western civilisation have always been fought out.
421 - Oct 1991 - The priesthood: one layman's view, B.A. Santamaria
The influence of the active nihilists - many in high positions in political business artistic and above all educational life - over the rapidly-growing proportion of those whose lack of belief is merely passive largely explains the disastrous transformation of the attitudes laws and customs relating to the family to business and to politics ever since the Whitlam era.
422 - Jun 1990 - Being a Catholic in 1990: Rev James Murray interviews Bob Santamaria, James S. Murray
In past conversations this doyen of the Catholic laity has admitted to sorrow at the loss of the Latin in the Mass both liturgically and culturally.
423 - Feb 1990 - Books: Archbishop Oscar Romero: a modern martyr - 'Romero: a Life', by James Brockman, Paul Gray
Since his death Romero has been hailed as a hero not just by Latin American Catholics but by left-wing groups whose political agenda is quite different from that of the Catholic church.
424 - Feb 1990 - Thomas Aquinas College, California: a model of Catholic higher education, Michael Gilchrist
Three Masses are celebrated daily all in Latin at the students request.
425 - Jul 1989 - An Agnostic analyses Catholicism: interview with Leszek Kolokawski, Paul Gray
KOLAKOWSKI: No it is not especially in Latin America.
426 - Dec 1988 - Books: Liberation theology and the great revolutionary fantasy, by Phillip Berryman, Paul Gray
It maps out the dimensions of the phenomenon in the Latin American churches known as liberation theology and provides penetrating insight into the social and philosophical thinking of the liberation theologians themselves.
427 - Nov 1988 - The issues facing Australian Catholicism, Bishop George Pell
The Council changed the language of the liturgy from Latin into English and provoked substantial and beautiful reforms to the Mass and the ritual of the sacraments so that our liturgical style is much closer to that of Cranmer and the Lutherans than previously.
428 - Sep 1988 - 'Putting the essence of the Faith in doubt' (Jean Guitton), B.A. Santamaria
In this particular instance even to find priests who understand sufficient Latin would be a task in itself.
429 - May 1988 - John Paul II's new social encyclical, Sollicitudo rei socialis, B.A. Santamaria
Further one cannot but observe that what the Philippines and the Latin American countries together have in common apart from being backward societies is the Spanish tradition of State-controlled economies and military caudillos.
430 - Dec 2012 - Christmas: Latin Mass in Melbourne
431 - Oct 2007 - Events: Cardinal Pell to celebrate Latin Mass - 3 November 2007
432 - Jul 2005 - Events: St Patrick's Cathedral Latin Mass 16 July