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The case for liturgical restoration : Una Voce studies on the Traditional Latin Mass / edited by Joseph Shaw ; preface by Raymond Cardinal Burke.

By: Foederatio Internationalis Una Voce.
Contributor(s): Shaw, Joseph, editor | Burke, Raymond Leo, author of foreword.
Publisher: Brooklyn, N.Y. : Angelico Press, 2019Description: xxxvi, 392 pages ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781621384403.Subject(s): Catholic Church -- Liturgy | Mass -- Study and teaching | Mass -- Celebration | Catholic traditionalist movementDDC classification: 286.6
Contents:
Liturgical piety and participation -- Tradition, reform, and restoration -- Liturgical pluralism -- Liturgical orientation -- Silence and inaudibility -- The Missa lecta -- Headcoverings in church -- The service of the altar by men and boys -- The manner of receiving Holy Communion -- The reception of Communion under one species -- The kiss of peace -- Septuagesima, vigils, and octaves -- The sanctoral cycle -- The lectionary -- Prefaces -- The Holy Week reform of 1955 : general comments -- The Holy Week reform of 1955 : the liturgies -- Latin as a liturgical language -- The proclamation of lections in Latin -- The use of the Vulgate and the ancient Latin psalters -- The teaching of Latin in seminaries -- The Eucharistic fast -- Holy days of obligation -- Prayers for the persecuted Church and the Leonine prayers -- Evangelization and Western Culture -- The New Age -- The evangelization of men -- The role of the laity -- The participation of children -- The Eastern Churches -- China -- Sub-Saharan Africa -- The Good Friday prayer for the Jews -- Islam.
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Portions of this book were originally published in 2015 through Lulu under the title The FIUV Position Papers on the 1962 Missal.

Liturgical piety and participation -- Tradition, reform, and restoration -- Liturgical pluralism -- Liturgical orientation -- Silence and inaudibility -- The Missa lecta -- Headcoverings in church -- The service of the altar by men and boys -- The manner of receiving Holy Communion -- The reception of Communion under one species -- The kiss of peace -- Septuagesima, vigils, and octaves -- The sanctoral cycle -- The lectionary -- Prefaces -- The Holy Week reform of 1955 : general comments -- The Holy Week reform of 1955 : the liturgies -- Latin as a liturgical language -- The proclamation of lections in Latin -- The use of the Vulgate and the ancient Latin psalters -- The teaching of Latin in seminaries -- The Eucharistic fast -- Holy days of obligation -- Prayers for the persecuted Church and the Leonine prayers -- Evangelization and Western Culture -- The New Age -- The evangelization of men -- The role of the laity -- The participation of children -- The Eastern Churches -- China -- Sub-Saharan Africa -- The Good Friday prayer for the Jews -- Islam.

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