The Pope invoked his ‘magisterial authority’ in a major speech to Italian liturgists
Musical experimentation at Mass seemed a good idea at the time. But the difficulties have only increased
The Ordinariate has achieved the ‘noble simplicity’ recommended by the Council Fathers
Pontiff says Blessed Paul VI ‘inaugurated the liturgical reform’ with Mass in 1965
The Pope will visit the parish in Rome where Blessed Paul VI celebrated his first public Mass in Italian
Archbishop Marini says he feels ‘desire to experience anew the spirit of the Second Vatican Council’
Is Pope Francis thinking of appointing as prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship a disciple of Annibale Bugnini deeply hostile to Benedict XVI’s reforms?
If Archbishop Piero Marini really is appointed, it will be an unmistakeable declaration that we are all to be plunged back into the hermeneutic of discontinuity and rupture