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Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Introibo ad altare Dei

Ad Deum qui laetificat juventutem meam. This will be the future online domus for Juventutem pilgrims. I am just parking, I suppose! Dominus vobiscum.

Comments [8]

Blogger Boeciana:

Hurrah, someone's set this up! Er, who are you?! Are invites to blog going to be sent out to all of us? (Oh yes, and given the nationality of my blog it will be obvious which Juventutem blog I am...)


Sat Sep 03, 10:59:00 AM GMT  
Blogger Juventutem:

This is Tara - the Australian one, hehe! Invitations will be sent out shortly, just when I sort some things out. It is all very exciting really :)

Mon Sep 05, 05:22:00 AM GMT  
Blogger Chrysogonus:

What on earth is Pontifical Low Mass with Hymns?? It doesn't make any sense from either a logical, rational or liturgical point of view. We attend Mass to primarily pray the Mass itself, and then our own private prayers.Having hymns scattered randomly at either odd or important parts of the liturgy, hymns which have nothing to do with the liturgical action at the time, only serve as a distraction from the liturgy. It effectively means the choir are singing one prayer, the priest another, and the congregation something else - this doesn't exactly aid liturgical unity. In addition, at one Mass in Cologne we had an entrance hymn AND an introit - evidently those organizing this Mass don't know what an introit is!

Wed Sep 07, 02:43:00 AM GMT  
Blogger Boeciana:

Well done Tara! Hope you're well!

Chrysogonus: in short, yes, in my opinion, for what that's worth (not very much). Except for entrances and exits, in which I think the people benefit enormously from belting out something edifying; one can cram in the actual introit too (which in the Mass itself isn't actually at the entrance, of course...). I suspect, however, that this is a de gustibus... sort of issue. No?

I was pondering Mass and music on laodicea but Blogger ate the post. Grr.

Wed Sep 07, 08:47:00 PM GMT  
Blogger Aristotle:


Everyone: Do fill out your profiles (to the extent you're comfortable, of course) when you sign up for a Blogger account.

Tara: if you need any help, don't hesitate to ask.

Chrysogonus: I've plenty to say about that, but I'll wait for this 'blog's official launch. That I agree with you in principle is enough for now.

Fri Sep 09, 02:57:00 PM GMT  
Blogger Liturgeist:

Hi all from the Liturgeist (Julie Michelle).

Pontifical Low Mass with hymns: a non-existant construct in some random people's minds. Hymns don't happen at Holy Mass; their place is in the Office...

I read 'Papal Legislation on Sacred Music 72AD-1977AD' if anyone queries ;-)

Fri Sep 09, 06:59:00 PM GMT  
Blogger Brownthing:

Wow, I feel so left out. What in the world is a Pontifical Low Mass? Hymns? What?

But I guess this can wait till Aristotle gets into gear here. :-)

Mon Sep 12, 11:47:00 PM GMT  
Blogger David:

Maybe with a Pontifical Low Mass with Hymns they ment a "Deutsches Hochambt"


Tue Sep 13, 11:11:00 AM GMT  

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