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Event: A Talk on "The Culture of the Traditional Liturgy"


From our friend, and NLM blogger, Mr. Gregory Di Pippo:

There will be a Mass in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite in the lower church of the Cathedral starting at 7:30 p.m. of September 7, and my talk on "The Culture of the Traditional Liturgy" will follow immediately thereafter, with time for questions afterwards. The talk will focus on the Traditional Liturgy as a culture, and as an expression of culture, and what needs to be done to recover the fullness of the Catholic tradition.

The address of Boston's Cathedral of the Holy Cross is 75 Union Park Street; the entrance to the lower church is on the left side as you face the building from the front. This event is entirely open to the public and is sponsored by the newly-founded Juventutem Boston. 

9 comments:

Paul S. said...

Juventutem Boston's Website.

The Facebook event for September 7th.

Lynne said...

I believe this is this coming Friday, September 7th.

KnotWilbur said...

As I am unable to attend (due to being closer to the middle of the country), might there be a chance that this talk will be recorded, and thus, available in some form for interested parties?

LeonG said...

The Roman Rite in its only authentic language and form embodies the entirety of genuine Roman Catholic culture. Nothing else will suffice for the Latin Rite Church but this and nothing will restore all things in Christ in our lamentably beleagured post-conciliar church without it. One pope alludes to suicide of alteraing The faith in the liturgy while another refers to a satanic presence in the sanctuary having given signature to its demise.
Have we still not learned enough this bitter lesson?

JTLiuzza said...

I would like to echo KnotWilbur not to be redundant but so that those involved may know that there is interest in this talk. I am in New Orleans and cannot attend but I would be grateful if someone could record and post online. Thank you.

Marty-Jude said...

Hi, I am in the UK and would be very grateful to read a copy of this talk. Would it be possible to have it reproduced on here afterwards, please?

God bless

David said...

Ironic and fitting that this event should take place in a city that was one of the major hotbeds of post-conciliar heresy and liturgical revolution in the 1970s.

Romanitas Press said...

Callewaert's "Liturgicae Institutiones" set is an excellent exposition on Roman liturgical culture, which is essentially the highest expression of Western Civilization. The 4-volume set is available at www.romanitaspress.com.

Mary Catherine said...

Hello! The videos from Mr. DiPippo's talk have been posted on Juventutem Boston's website, please click here for the links:

http://juventutemboston.com/090712/

Thank you for your prayers!