Daily Archives: 6 August 2007

Liturgicae Instaurationes 8

In 1970, Rome gave a “greater latitude” for objects, clothing, and furniture used in liturgy. That has closed down somewhat since. 8. Sacred vessels, vestments, and furnishings are to be treated with proper respect and care. The greater latitude granted … Continue reading

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’07 Travelogue 4: Concert

One of the pleasant surprises of the trip was taking in an excellent concert by the Lake Superior Chamber Orchestra. Haydn’s Notturno no. 4 and Stravinsky’s Pulcinella Suite made up the first half of the concert. Anita wasn’t sure the … Continue reading

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’07 Travelogue 3

As my wife and I were unpacking the car at our Duluth destination after Brittany was placed on the bus for camp on Monday, I noticed one lone piece of luggage. Wasn’t mine. Or my wife’s. Oops. Looks like a … Continue reading

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Peter Jeffery on Summorum Pontificum

(This is Neil.) Since I’ve posted on the recent motu proprio, Summorum Pontificum, drawing on the work of the Princeton musicologist Peter Jeffery (see here and here), I should probably report on what Jeffery himself has now written on the … Continue reading

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Liturgicae Instaurationes 7

Here’s a snapshot of the state of women’s liturgical ministries in 1970: 7. In conformity with norms traditional in the Church, women (single, married, religious), whether in churches, homes, convents, schools, or institutions for women, are barred from serving the … Continue reading

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