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Place of latin in the church

Birch, David 2007, Place of latin in the church, Priest : the journal of Australian confraternity of Catholic clergy, vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 16-18.

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Title Place of latin in the church
Author(s) Birch, David
Journal name Priest : the journal of Australian confraternity of Catholic clergy
Volume number 11
Issue number 1
Start page 16
End page 18
Publisher Australian Association of Catholic Clergy
Place of publication Riverwood, N.S.W.
Publication date 2007-05
ISSN 0818-9005
Summary On the evening of Wednesday 13th September 2006, Solemn Vespers began in the historic 13th century chapel of Merton College Oxford, in much the same way as it would have done at the very first sung Vespers in this beautiful space, designed for the classical Roman liturgy already very well established in its language and forms when this chapel was first built 400 years before the English Reformation. For the next four days, the Roman liturgy, through Lauds, Solemn High Mass, Vespers and Compline, were celebrated in a place that – apart from one Novus Ordo Mass in English – had not seen the glories of this Liturgy celebrated in Latin since the mid 1500s. For those of us present at the 11th International Colloquium of the International Centre for Liturgical Studies (CIEL) dedicated to “The Genius of the Roman Liturgy: Historical Diversity and Spiritual Reach”, this was not just an incredibly moving experience, though it was certainly this, but an affirmation of the timelessness and spiritual heritage of the Latin liturgy.
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Language eng
Field of Research 200305 Latin and Classical Greek Languages
HERDC Research category CN.1 Other journal article
Copyright notice ©2007, Australian Association of Catholic Clergy
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