This blog contains regular postings relating to the Traditional Latin Liturgy of the Roman Catholic Church. It includes regular commentary on the saints days and the liturgical cycle, with brief background and extracts from the liturgy both in Latin and English. Much of the material has been extracted from the 'St Andrew's Daily Missal', Dom Gueranger's 'Liturgical Year', or similar sources.

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Thursday, 28 October 2010

Relaunch of Liturgia Latina Website

This Blog does, in fact, have a parent website, which was launched over ten years ago. It is called the Liturgia Latina project.

To quote directly from the site:

The Liturgia Latina project was begun in the year 2000 to honour the opening of the third millennium since Our Lord's Nativity. The first section of the project was producing the electronic text of the traditional Pontificale Romanum.

The primary aim of this project is to make available in electronic form some of the major texts of the traditional Latin liturgy of the Roman Catholic church,  for the use of Catholic traditionalists and liturgical scholars.  It will also make available other information and texts which are thought to be useful for the promotion of the Catholic tradition.
Is dedicated to Our Lord and His Immaculate Mother, and is under the patronage of St. Philip Neri and St. Benedict. It is also dedicated to all those priests and bishops who have ensured that the traditional Latin liturgy continues to be celebrated.

The front page of this site has just been redesigned to use frames, and make it easier to navigate. There is still a lot of work to do to tidy up the other pages.

Here is the content bar of the website - over ten years, quite an extensive collection of pages has been developed, and this development is still slowly continuing.

Liturgia Latina Blog
From the Missale Romanum
Liturgies of the Religious Orders
Benedictine interest

Here is the link to the site. Do visit!

The project actually has several connected sites: - friends and followers of St Philip Neri - Sodality of Traditional Altar Servers - a trust that raises money to support Traditional Catholic priests

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