Posts Tagged ‘Liturgical reforms’

Liturgy row: laypeople block archbishop from his house

Thursday, October 20th, 2022
Laypeople block archbishop’s house

Laypeople in an archdiocese of India’s Syro-Malabar Catholic Church have begun a round-the-clock vigil to block a Vatican-appointed administrator from gaining entry into the archbishop’s house. The protest revolves around how apostolic administrator Archbishop Andrews Thazhath, unilaterally revoked the dispensation allowing priests to celebrate Mass facing the people. The protesters want to continue with the Read more

The real reason most liturgical music is terrible

Monday, March 28th, 2022

Numerous things liturgical have changed for the better since Vatican II. Should you have any doubt of the progress, plan a Tridentine Mass in your parish next Sunday. Turn the altar about and scout a copy of the Leonine prayers. However, one cannot escape the dread feeling that the reforms have not made the grade. Read more