In the Name of the Father Paperback

Homilies for the Extraodinary Rite

by Julien Chilcott-Monk;

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In the Name of the Father

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The celebration of the Latin or Tridentine mass, otherwise known as the Extraordinary Form, is an increasingly common practice in Roman Catholic churches throughout the world. Once the only rite in use which Catholics around the world knew from childhood, its usage ended with the Second Vatican Council's ruling that liturgy should be celebrated in peoples' own languages. The Latin mass thus became the preserve of various traditionalist societies.Two years ago the Pope declared that the celebration of the Latin mass was to be restored and regularly offered alongside the modern mass. Today, priests trained in the modern rite are learning how to celebrate the Latin mass and there is a demand for liturgical resources to accompany it, especially as it follows a different calendar and lectionary. It has an introduction by Mgr Anthony Conlon, Chaplain of the Latin Mass Society, one of a number of societies dedicated to promoting the use of the Extraordinary Rite

In the Name of the Father by Julien Chilcott-Monk was published by Canterbury Press in July 2010. The ISBN for In the Name of the Father is 9781848250277.

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Details for In the Name of the Father

Page last updated 8th October 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherCanterbury Press (July 2010)
Number of Pages282
Thickness295 mm
Height216 mm
Width140 mm
Product Code3192633
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