Thursday, June 07, 2018

Corpus Christi 2018 Photopost (Part 1)

Our first Corpus Christi photopost of this year has a good variety of things, some from new contributors, including our first ever from Tunisia, some from regulars; also, the Premonstratensian Mass, and a new priest’s first Mass. We are very glad to continue receiving your photos (photopost@newliturgicalmovement.org); as it stands now, we will definitely have at least two more post, possibly three. (I’ll be doing some traveling in the next few days, so they might be a little slow in coming.) Evangelize though beauty!

Bl. Charles de Foucault Monastery - La Marsa, Tunisia
Institute of the Incarnate Word


Ss Peter and Paul - Wilmington, California
Mass in the Premonstratensian Rite, celebrated by the fathers of St Michael’s Abbey in Silverado. At the first “Dominus vobiscum”, the deacon kneels and elevates the front of the priest’s chasuble, as seen here. In The Liturgies of the Religious Orders, Archdale King writes that this was also done by the Cistercians and in some local Uses, but that the custom was in his time (1955) “very generally disregarded.”  
The deacon presents the paten to the priest at “Sursum corda.”





Holy Innocents - New York City
First Mass of Fr Leo Camurati, O.P.










Cathedral Chapel of Ss Peter and Paul - Tyler, Texas


Tradition will always be for the young!





St Thomas - Ann Arbor, Michigan
(Photos by Aaron Harburg)




St Gianna Beretta Molla - Northfield, New Jersey






St Michael the Archangel - Bacoor, Cavite, Philippine Islands






St John the Baptist - Allentown, New Jersey





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