Finding Silence in the Traditional Latin Mass

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Check out my latest blog post over at One Peter Five. Here is a brief excerpt:

“As the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is the supreme prayer of the Church, our ability to offer it well, far from simply being a matter of preference, actually becomes a necessity. If we are to have a substantial and effective prayer life, we must rediscover silence.

“Many of us who regularly assist at the traditional Latin Mass have indeed discovered the profound silence which is intrinsic to the ancient rite. In its moments of silence, particularly during the Canon, the traditional liturgy conveys to us the mystery and truth of Our Lord’s real presence on the altar.”

Read the rest here.

Posted on January 7, 2015, in liturgy and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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