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Tuesday, March 20, 2007
Latin in Typical Parish Liturgy

The New Liturgical Movement has a good post up entitled Latin in Typical Parish Liturgy. Here is the first paragraph:

As a representative of the gradual effects that the apostolic exhortation can have (even with a less than stellar translation), Saint Florian Parish in Michigan has announced they will begin to increase their use of Latin in the modern Roman rite liturgy, beginning with the Easter Vigil. Kudos to the pastor.


del_button March 20, 2007 at 4:09 PM
Cura Animarum said...

Interesting. The exhortation seems to put the use of Latin in the context of massive, general assembly type celebrations while only mentioning in passing that it may also be incorporated into smaller celebrations so long as the cultural needs of the people are given priority.

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