iPadre #223 – Short History of the Mass – Part 2

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This is the second and final part of a History of the Mass in the Roman Rite (Latin Rite).  How could Jesus die on Good Friday and rise on Easter Sunday?  That’s not three days and three nights.

- Music: “Waiting For You” by Al Lewis
USCCB 3rd Edition of the Roman Missal
-  My new Facebook Page
-  The Spirit of the Liturgy by Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger (Benedict XVI)
- The Reform of the Roman Liturgy by Monsignor Klaus Gamber
- Fr. Z’s Blog

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Father Jay Finelli is a priest of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence in the state of Rhode Island. He is a webmaster, podcaster, and blogger. In his free time, Father is an avid Live Steam enthusiast.

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iPadre #223 – Short History of the Mass – Part 2 — 2 Comments

  1. Hi Father!
    I believe it was the podcast regarding the “traditional Catholics” who believe that the Pope is invalid…you mentioned there the Society of Pius X. I am a devotee to Saint Philomena and am a bit confused in regards to her removal from liturgical settings and the loss of emphasis in her veneration as a powerful intercessor. I know the Society of Pius X is strongly against her removal and wondered if you could possibly clear up my confusion. What is going in regards to Saint Philomena and her veneration? Are we allowed to practice and encourage devotion to her?
    Yours in Christ,
    Joby

  2. Hi Father, My husband and I are catching up on your podcast. We hear that you went to Upstate New York and were apalled by the mass. We are in a quandry when we visit the inlaws who live in the Archdiocese of Albany. It’s just terrible. Extraordinary Eucharistic ministers blessing children and blessing throats for St. Blaise. Are we better off not attending Mass when we visit them? what’s up with that bishop? Can we have Cardinal O’Malley have a word with him? How about Bishop Tobin, he’s not afraid to deal with difficult conversations.

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