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Old Jul 24, '07, 6:41 pm
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Default Fr. Manuppella Catechesis on the TLM

St. Peter Roman Catholic Church
Merchantville, NJ

Pastorís Corner - Rev. Anthony J. Manuppella, KHS

Sacred Liturgy

The Traditional Mass

http://www.stpeterrcc.com/PastorsCorner.htm

Last week I reprinted the Motu Proprio of our Holy Father concerning the traditional Latin Mass. I hope you read it and digested it so that we all know exactly why our Pope has re-introduced the traditional Latin Mass.

This week, Iíve written extensively on some principles of the Sacred Liturgy as they pertain to the traditional or classical Mass. Over the next several months, I will continue to instruct about the ďold MassĒ so that whether you will go to it or not you may understand whatís happening.

People have already asked me to celebrate the Latin Mass here at St. Peter Church and with Godís help we will, but first we all need instruction which I will do through the bulletin and a special course we will offer in the Fall....

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Old Jul 24, '07, 7:31 pm
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Default Re: Fr. Manuppella Catechesis on the TLM

BRAVO
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Old Jul 24, '07, 10:54 pm
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Default Re: Fr. Manuppella Catechesis on the TLM

Thanks for posting this. I enjoyed his article.

Nice to see a positive response to the MP.
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Default Re: Fr. Manuppella Catechesis on the TLM

can the reasonings for such actions be proved historically? I often wonder if we do not impose our modern thoelogical thoughts onto past habits in an attempt to justify them. Sure we say this is the reason for this action but was that the reasoning at the time of its first occurence?!
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