Making Liturgy Normal Again: Three Anecdotes
Divine Office / Liturgical Spirituality

Making Liturgy Normal Again: Three Anecdotes

I’d like to share three anecdotes, cutting across ecclesial boundaries, to highlight a serious problem in the Roman Catholic Church I have been reflecting on for a while, before sharing my own reflections and welcoming further input. “The most powerful memory of my childhood” I once worked with a lifelong Episcopalian lady who considers herself … Continue reading

The Ordinariate Calendar and Continuity in Western Liturgical Tradition
Divine Office / Liturgical Reform / Liturgical Spirituality / Ordinariate

The Ordinariate Calendar and Continuity in Western Liturgical Tradition

(This is an updated and corrected version of a previously published post.) The liturgical calendar of the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter is based on the General Roman Calendar of 1969 and the ordinary form of the Roman Rite. However, it has some unique features that root it deeper within both the … Continue reading