Saturday, October 21, 2006

The mediaeval Use of York

I happened across some interesting photos (from an Anglocatholic parish in York) of their re-enactment of a liturgy as it might have been in the Use of York: The Mediaeval Use of York

I've often thought it would be wonderful if more English Catholics were to perform such re-enactments if only from a historical and academic persepctive (i.e. as opposed to a real Mass which would require permission). Such things might go a long way to help reclaim our legitimate form of liturgical diversity, lost in many regards since Trent (in effect) and most certainly since the Second Vatican Council.

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