F word Faldstool - Talking Dictionary Talking Dictionary discusses the F word. www.msdivine
The Coronation of King George II, 1727 - The Litany For detailed information, please read description The King's Consort, Robert King & King's Consort Choir George II was King of Great Britain and Ireland, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (Hanover) and Archtreasurer and Prince-elector of the Holy Roman Empire from 11 June 1727 (OS) until his death. He was the last British monarch to have been born outside Great Britain, and was famous for his numerous conflicts with his father and, subsequently, with his son. As king, he exercised little control over policy in his early reign, the government instead being controlled by Great Britain's parliament. Before that, most kings possessed great power over their parliaments. He was also the last British monarch to lead an army in battle (at Dettingen, in 1743). George II succeeded to the throne on his father's death on 11/22 June 1727. His father was buried at Hanover, but George decided not to go, which far from bringing criticism led to praise from the English who considered it proof of the new King's fondness for Britain. George was crowned at Westminster Abbey on 11/22 October. The Hanoverian composer Händel was commissioned to write four new anthems for the coronation; one of which, Zadok the Priest, has been sung at every coronation since. VI. The Litany: i. O God, the Father of Heaven For the singing of the Litany, performed in the glorious setting by the former Gentleman of the Chapel Royal, Thomas Tallis (c.1505-1585), a bishop, wearing his cope, kneels as a faldstool above the ...
Entrance Procession Chrism Mass Here's the entrance procession at St. Patrick's Cathedral in Melbourne for the Chrism Mass during Holy Week. Archbishop Denis Hart is presiding.
The Reform of the Rebellion The Catholic liturgy, with focus on recent events. Check out my blog at
The Oratory, Oxford and its £5 million appeal The Oratory church in Oxford has had a phenomenal five-fold growth in its congregation from 200 to more than 900 since the Fathers took over from the Jesuits two decades ago. People drive from as far away as Winchester to Mass there on Sundays. The BBC's director general Mark Thompson has been seen in the congregation many times. Father Daniel Seward, parish priest and Father Robert Byrne, the Provost, talk about plans to restore their church in Oxford as part of a programme of reaffirmation and renewal. They will build accommodation for new priests, the new Newman chapel which will be the first to be dedicated to Newman in Britain and the GK Chesterton Library, which it is hoped will be transferred from the great writer's estate to the Oratory. See this video in its context at Ruth Gledhill's blog at , Articles of Faith. To support the appeal or find out more, visit the Oratory website: The full link to the video at Articles of Faith is, via a paywall at The Times
High Mass - Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross professionally video taped multiple angles Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross Solemn Pontifical Mass at the Faldstool Most Rev. Bishop Joseph Perry, DD Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago , celebrant Filmed on September 14, 2007 at St. Stanislaus Roman Cathoic Church in Milwaukee, Wiscosin DVD AVAILABLE AT: Origins: In the early Church, Mass was normally celebrated by the bishop, with other clergy. In the Roman Rite this volved into a form of Solemn High Mass celebrated by a bishop accompanied by a deacon, deacon, thurifer, acolyte(s) and other ministers, under the guidance of a priest acting as Master of Ceremonies. Most often the specific parts assigned to deacon and subdeacon are performed by priests. The parts to be said aloud are all chanted, except that the Prayers at the Foot of the Altar, which before the reform of Pope Pius V were said in the sacristy or during the entrance procession, were said quietly by the bishop with the deacon and the subdeacon, while the choir sang the Introit.
Recessional-Solemn Pontifical High Mass Recessional of the Solemn Pontifical High Mass in honor of His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI. Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. Washington DC April 24, 2010 Taken by Nikki Ballesteros
Pontifical Mass Westminster Cathedral 14 June 2008 Cardinal Hoyos Ecce Sacerdos Magnum
Papal procession Vatican Polish Pope
Sanctus Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross Solemn Pontifical Mass at the Faldstool Most Reverend Bishop Joseph Perry, DD Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago, Celebrant Saint Stanislaus, Bishop and Martyr Church Milwaukee, Wisconsin
2012 Napa Pontifical Solemn Mass (EF) at the Faldstool Pontifical Solemn Mass in the Extraordinary Form at the Faldstool with the recently-appointed San Francisco Archbishop-elect Salvatore Cordileone. The Pontifical Mass was offered on the last day of the Napa Institute's Annual Conference "Equipping Catholics in the Next America" held last July 29, 2012, at the Estate Cave, The Meritage Resort & Spa in Napa (CA). For photos, visit
Emmaus Benedictine Abbey Catholic Mass, Part 2 of 2 Part 2 of 2. This chapel was built in the 12th century by Crusader Hospitaller Knights, then used as an animal stable after the Muslim invasion (note the defaced frescoes), then finally restored to use as a Catholic chapel in the 19th century. It is built on the location traditionally believed to be the biblical Emmaus. The chapel today is the heart of a monastery of monks and nuns of the Benedictine Order.
Cardinal Zen Pontifical Mass in Latin Part 1 Cardinal Zen Pontifical Solemn High Mass Latin Tridentine temporary Chapel Hong Kong Part 1 April 2006 Article on the event
Solemn High Mass w/ Msgr. Wach & Msgr Schmitz (part 4) Solemn High Mass (part 4) - Friday within Octave of Pentecost with Monsignor Wach & Monsignor Schmitz. On June 5, 2009, the Prior General and Co-Founder of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest, Monsignor Gilles Wach, along with the Vicar General, Monsignor Michael Schmitz, visited St. Margaret Mary (Oakland, California) - one of the parish apostolates of the Institute. Monsignor Schmitz also announced during the homily that they had met with Bishop Salvatore Cordileone earlier the day to confirm that a Pontifical High Mass marking the 20th Anniversary of the Traditional Latin Mass at St. Margaret Mary is confirmed on Sept. 20, 2009. On Sept. 20, 1989, Fr. Vladimir Kozina was the first priest to have celebrated the Traditional Latin Mass at St. Margaret Mary (under the indult from then Bishop John Cummings) in the entire state of California. Part 4 covers the Credo to the Sanctus.
"Male Magnum Male Nostrum" [ II ] This work born during a Residency in which the main theme was taboo and Chaos - speaks about the regulation of a popular international television format, translated into Latin and played in the form of holy mass. The genesis of the new faith as an emanation of Power. In this age of television, power, intimately connected to the media, is promoting a new faith. The race to stardom as a new ideology of mass, the liturgy of the show, esaltation of its mechanisms and its values, becoming the new social rituals and gathering, and at the same time, instruments of cultural control. Karaoke of work "Male Magnum Male Nostrum I", as presented in Salerno. Proposed for "Festival Inter***onale di Giornalismo" (International Journalism Festival) in Ferrara (2-3-4 october 2009, Spazio Punto Zero, via Buonporto) In a big room, this projecton on the wall, facing a faldstool lightened by a red led.
St. Therese Basilica, Mass, procession Entrance procession for a mass in the St. Therese Basilica in Lisieux, France
Mass in Oxford Sunday Mass in Oxford , beautiful life for all