Daily Archives: 26 October 2006

From the Archives of the Catholic World: Nostra Aetate, 1965

I hope that you’ve noticed that the Paulist Fathers have decided to continue the interrupted second century of publication of the Catholic World in an online format. One of their sections involves reprinting articles from the long past of the … Continue reading

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Sacrosanctum Concilium 11

The council bishops recognized that the old legalistic/minimalist approach was a millstone around our necks. But in order that the liturgy may be able to produce its full effects, it is necessary that the faithful come to it with proper … Continue reading

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How To Improve Church Music II: What the Diocese Can Do

  Sacrosanctum Concilium 44 gives some direction here, if you’ll pardon our getting ahead of our Vatican II study, and recommends an actual institute “consisting of persons who are eminent in these matters, and including laymen as circumstances suggest. Under … Continue reading

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More Early Music

IU’s great program, Harmonia, is a weekly listen for me. I often browse the archives and listen to some of the programs from the past several years. Here’s last week’s program on early funeral music. Be warned: those of you … Continue reading

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