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  • I'm going to start joining CK and the gang singing occasional latin tridentine services at St. Margaret Mary in Oakland.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • It represents the finest rubricism of the period, bringing precise "tridentine" ceremonial into the Prayer Book liturgy.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • He was a model in the application of the post-tridentine legislation.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Thirty years ago when I lived near Venice I discovered quite by accident the church of San Simeon and it hosted then the as it was tridentine rite.

    FSSP Venice

  • These would had allegedly been dispositions towards a reciprocal enrichment between the tridentine and conciliar Mass, called by the pope himself in the letter which accompanies the Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum which has liberalized the use of Latin mass.

    URGENT The "Reform of the Reform" is in motion

  • It was the first time the high altar had been used and the first time the tridentine rite had been used there in a generation.

    A look back to that night at St Patrick's

  • We need to support St. Augustine parish and build it up so when we do get a new bishop we can spread across the archdiocese and create more parishes that will have the tridentine rite.

    More From Rumor Control: Local Division

  • And this is not a debate about communion in the hand or gregorian chant, tridentine vs. kumbaya.

    The Grand Inquisitor

  • It is true of course that the post-tridentine writers expound what has been called "the indirect power" of the pope in civil affairs, while they curb in various ways the growing civil absolutism of the times.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip

  • "operated positively, in the sense that tridentine catholicism reinforced nationality and descent by enabling the traditional presumption of the cultural inferiority of the Irish to be continued in a new context," Clarke wrote.

    Catastrophic Dimensions:The Rupture of English and Irish Identities in Early Modern Ireland, 1534-1615

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