Tags » TLM

TLM - Part 4 - Participation

Aside from the fact that it is ad orientem and in Latin, one of the things that tends to stand out about the mass in the Extraordinary Form is how quiet it is.  589 more words

1962 Missal

TLM – Part 3 – Sacred Space

Now, as I’ve said before, I regularly attend the Novus Ordo mass, so I’m not knocking it.  I’m just pointing differences between the NO and the TLM. 1,432 more words

1962 Missal

Fr. Calvin Goodwin on the Latin Mass

If you only listen to one of these, make it part 2, but they are both really good and informative.  Father Goodwin is a member of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter, a Roman Catholic order in full communion with the Vatican that only offers the Traditional Latin Mass. 6 more words

Latin Mass

TLM - Part 2 - Latin

Probably the most obvious difference between the traditional Latin mass and the Novus Ordo mass is that the TLM is in Latin.  Why Latin?

Well, why not Latin? 422 more words

1962 Missal

TLM - Part 1 - ad orientem

The mass comes in two flavors:  the ordinary form (also called the Novus Ordo or sometimes even the New Mass) and the extraordinary form (also called the traditional Latin mass (TLM) or Tridentine mass). 607 more words

1962 Missal

Why We Are So Rigid

The Holy Father recently made a comment concerning young traditionalists.

Rorate Caeli quotes him as follows.

I ask him: “Other than those who are sincere and ask for this possibility out of habit or devotion, can this desire express something else?

779 more words
Pope

Traditional Latin Mass comes back to Cebu

More than half a decade after it was stopped, the Traditional Latin Mass is making a comeback this year at the Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church (Capitol Parish, along N. 330 more words

Gregorian Chant