Posts Tagged ‘revitalised liturgy’

Vatican II liturgy reforms irreversible says Pope

Monday, August 28th, 2017

The liturgical reforms that began with pope Pius X and culminated in the Second Vatican Council are irreversible. Pope Francis made this declaration in a speech to Italy’s Centre of Liturgical Action. “We can affirm with certainty and magisterial authority that the liturgical reform is irreversible,” he said. As one commentator noted, ” It’s not every Read more

Alternative liturgies for Wellington city centre church

Thursday, May 18th, 2017
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A change in city centre ministry could be on the cards for Wellington’s St Mary of the Angels parish. The possible additions to the current outreach at the newly earthquake strengthened Church, are the result of an Alpha Leadership Course and meeting of Marist city centre ministers held recently in London. The changes are floated Read more

Revitalised liturgy key to reviving rundown parish

Friday, May 3rd, 2013

A revitalised liturgy has been the key to reviving a rundown parish in downtown Omaha, Nebraska, which was impoverished with dwindling numbers until Father Damien Cook arrived. Now there is a vibrant Catholic culture, with liturgies celebrated both facing the people and facing the altar, Eucharistic adoration, a host of parish organisations, a music ministry, Read more