Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Laudamus Te -- the "Magnificat" for the TLM

Fr. Z. today posted the following: "REVIEW: Laudamus Te – The Magazine of the Extraordinary Form of the Latin Liturgy of the Roman Rite" (WDTPRS, November 28, 2012). He writes:

"Many of you subscribe to or know the small booklet Magnificat, an aid for the post-Conciliar form of Holy Mass. It is pocket-size and it is sent to you each, I believe, month.

"There is now a similar aid for the Usus Antiquior, or Extraordinary Form, the Traditional Latin Mass.

"Laudamus Te. The Magazine of the Extraordinary Form of the Latin Liturgy of the Roman Rite [website for orders HERE]

"Since that says “Latin Liturgy”, I assume that they will eventually have something about, say, Vespers. Latin Liturgy means a lot more than Mass.

"In any event, the little booklet is very attractive at fist glance.

"You can tell from the shine that it is glossy.

"This for Advent 2012, Volume 1, Issue 1."

Read the entire review with many more photos HERE >>


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Anonymous

said...

Beautiful! This is wonderful!

The only unfortunate aspect about these wonderful new publications is that a year's subscription costs about as much as a nice, leather prayer book that might contain all the prayers, collects and propers, for a whole year.