Daily Archives: 11 September 2011

Liturgiam Authenticam 74

The value of stability, and a prescription for the current situation in English: 74. A certain stability ought to be maintained whenever possible in successive editions prepared in modern languages. The parts that are to be committed to memory by … Continue reading

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Litany for Wednesday

I thought I’d share a piece composed for a parish liturgy last year. It seems appropriate for Wednesday’s observance. I adapted the melody from an alleluia in BFW for the September 14th feast: Somewhere in my files is Litany I, … Continue reading

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Which Is My Song, Your Song?

Blogging from the Bench, Deacon Greg reports on the post-Communion song of thanksgiving last night. This might be a better choice, but it probably wouldn’t get the standing-O. Suppose you were limited to the Psalter. Which would you choose?

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Liturgiam Authenticam 73

Don’t dawdle, the CDWDS advises: 73. Whenever a Latin editio typica of a given liturgical book is promulgated, it is necessary that it be followed in a timely manner by the preparation of a translation of the same book, which … Continue reading

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