Monday, March 09, 2015

Some hard truths about the "1965 Missal" on the 50th anniversary of Paul VI's first Italian Mass


March 7th marked the 50th anniversary of the first "Mass in Italian" ever celebrated, an event considered sufficiently significant to be celebrated by Pope Francis with a special commemorative Mass in the same venue. Read the rest of this substantial discussion to get the "low-down" on the significance of the so-called "1965 Missal" -- which is neither the last issue of the "Tridentine" Missal (1962) nor the first official inauguration of new (Novus Ordo) Missal of Paul VI (1969), but rather an "interim draft," if you will.

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3 comments:








Raider Fan

said...

March 7th marked the 50th anniversary of the first "Mass in Italian" ever celebrated, an event considered sufficiently significant to be celebrated by Pope Francis with a special commemorative Mass in the same venue

But, he will not be celebrating the Mass of Holy Thursday, right?

Don't attach too much importance to what is said, rather, attend to what is done or not done.





Codgitator (Cadgertator)

said...

Solche Liturgie besteht aus reinem Wille zur Kraft, aber doch!





Pertinacious Papist

said...

Können Sie Wagners "Walkürenritt" im Hintergrund vielleicht hören?