Re: [SPAM] [liturgy-l] Which Traditional Missal?
- On 7/15/07 6:14 PM, "Scott Knitter" <scottknitter@...> wrote:
> The older version is the same, except the Jews are called "perfidisThe adjectives have disappeared in the 1962 edition of the St. Andrew Daily
> Judaeis" and "Judaicam perfidaiam," in the St Andrew Daily Missal
> (1952) translated "faithless Jews."
Missal. It will be interesting to see which missal is considered "typical"
by the Vatican and which by the traditionalists. There is certainly a
movement among the tridenistas to undo the revised Latin Psalter and Holy
Week reforms of Pius XII -- that would allow Tenebrae Matins to be
celebrated in the evening and the Easter Vigil on Saturday morning!
Paul VI abolished the minor orders -- where are the subdeacons for high mass
supposed to come from? The old ordinal is not authorized and that's a core
objection of the traditionalists. It seems that most tridenistas want a
20th century missal which includes Christ the King (1925) and the Queenship
of Mary (1954) but not much more.
There are so many unanswered questions in the Motu Proprio that I would hate
to be a bishop or parish priest trying to be kosher and mediate among all
the opinions. It's beginning to sound positively Anglican!
Director of Music
St. Philip's Church, Toronto
- I'm sure we were all remembering that as we sang it at an increasing
tempo, to a take-me-out-to-the-ballgame organ accompaniment. :) The
pastor had abandoned the final procession to get close to the screen
and hop up and down.
Not condemning here, just saying it seems like a very different world
at my parents' church.
On 7/21/07, Douglas Cowling <dcowling@...> wrote:
> The Twelve Days of Christmas does retain some of its orginal medieval
> religious character: "Five Golden Rings" refers to the Five Wounds of
Scott R. Knitter
Edgewater, Chicago, Illinois USA