KNOXVILLE LATIN MASS COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER  

  

MASS THIS SUNDAY (July 27, 2014)
7th Sunday after Pentecost

Mass: 1:30 pm, Holy Ghost Church, Knoxville

          St. Edmund Campion Missal & Hymnal
page numbers:
          Processional Hymn (927):  Praise To The Lord, The Almighty
          Asperges Rite:  Asperges me  (567)
          Order of Mass (569)
          Proper Prayers and Readings (340)
          Kyrie
, Sanctus, Agnus Dei from Mass XI, Orbis factor (740)
                   Gloria
from Mass VIII, De Angelis (727), Credo III (776)

          Preface of the Holy Trinity (598)
          Marian Antiphon (961):  Salve Regina
          Recessional Hymn (835):  Lift High The Cross

11 am in Townsend; 3 pm in Madisonville

MASS NEXT SUNDAY
(August 3, 2014)
8th Sunday after Pentecost
1:30 pm, Holy Ghost Church, Knoxville

11 am in Townsend; 3 pm in Cleveland and Johnson City

WELCOME BACK, REV. DR. JOHN ARTHUR ORR, PH.D.

From England for the formal conferment of his Ph.D. in Philosophy at graduation ceremonies held Tuesday (July 22) at the Cathedral of Christ the King in Liverpool. Near the beginning of the proceedings, prior to the reception of his academic hood, a summary of his doctoral dissertation—on the use of reason in the philosophy of Karol Wojtyla (Pope John Paul II)—was read to the large crowd virtually filling England’s largest Catholic cathedral. Photo of Rev. Dr. Orr in academic regalia with his mother in Liverpool:

 

dinner in Liverpool.3


VATICAN PREFECT FOR DIVINE LITURGY:

EQUAL CHURCH STANDING FOR EF AND OF MASS
(Thanks to Rorate Caeli)

 

“The motu proprio [Summorum Pontificum] modified the recent situation, by making clear that the celebration of the extraordinary form should be normal, eliminating every restriction related to the number of interested faithful, and not setting up other conditions for the participation in said celebration than the ones normally required for any public celebration of the mass, which allowed for a wide access to this heritage that, while it is by law a spiritual patrimony of all the faithful, is, in fact, ignored by a great part of them. In effect, the current restrictions to the celebration in the extraordinary form are not different from those in place for any other celebration, in whatever rite.”

 

“But the motu proprio also produced a phenomenon that is for many astonishing and is a true ‘sign of the times’: the interest that the extraordinary form of the Roman Rite elicits, in particular among the young who never lived it as an ordinary form and that manifest a thirst for ‘languages’ that are not ‘more of the same’ and that call us towards new and, for many pastors, unforeseen horizons. The opening-up of the liturgical wealth of the Church to all the faithful made possible the discovery of all treasures of this patrimony to those who still ignored them, with which this liturgical form is stirring up, more than ever, numerous priestly and religious vocations throughout the world, willing to give their lives to the service of evangelization.

 

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Cardinal Cañizares celebrating Mass in St. Peters Basilica

 

Dom Mark Kirby (prior of Silverstream Benedictine Priory in Ireland) in an article entitled Of Equal Right and Dignity adds:

 

“Need I say that Cardinal Cañizares is Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, the Church’s highest authority in matters liturgical? . . . The Usus Antiquior has proven itself a seedbed of fervent priestly and religious vocations . . . It is not at all unlikely that, within less than fifty years, the number of priests ordained for, or habitually celebrating, the Usus Antiquior form of Holy Mass, will outnumber those attached to the Novus Ordo Missae. One of the significant characteristics of communities attached to the Usus Antiquior is the presence of large families of young children. These children, being raised in the wonder and beauty of the Usus Antiquior are the priests and religious of tomorrow.”

 

DON'T FORGET YOUR PIOUS RESOLUTION . . . . .

To keep your tax-deductible Knoxville Latin Mass Community support between your parish and diocesan contributions and your tax payment.  To provide for Community expenses in support of Latin liturgy (which typically average as much as a few hundred dollars weekly)--for music, surplices and cassocks for altar servers, and liturgical supplies and equipment, and to maintain a reserve fund for special purchases ranging from missals to candlesticks and vestments--please use the special addressed Knoxville Latin Mass Community envelopes that can be handed in, mailed in (address here), or left on the missalette tables after Mass (but should be kept separate from and in addition to the regular parish and diocesan offertory envelopes). For additional details, see the " Make a Contribution" page at our community web site:  www.KnoxLatinMass.net

 

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