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Documents and Articles

 A Multitude of Meanings
From the Tablet: The Mass today is both fundamentally the same yet radically different from the celebrations of our forefathers. In the first of a new series for the Year of the Eucharist, Eamon Duffy examines changes to the liturgy and to ritual, and how these affect the beliefs at the core of Catholic faith.

 A War of Words
Austen Invereigh argues the translation of the new Missal into English from the Latin text is the fruit of a long and bitter struggle - one that mirrors the battle over authority in the Church. - this article appeared in The Tablet.

 An Explanation of the Mass
From St. John's parish in Westminster, MD., a thorough and detailed examination of our Liturgy.

 Authentic Liturgy
What further evidence beyond the Incarnation and Pentecost do we need to be convinced that in Christ all languages are sacred and therefore to be trusted? - Chris Chatteris, S.J.

 Does This Mass Have Mass Appeal?
Analysis: In voting for a new, more strict English version of the daily Mass, the Catholic Church may lose something in translation.

 Dogmatic Constitution on Sacred Liturgy
Vatican II's affirmation of the celebration of the Eucharist as the focal point of community.

 Dominicae Cenae
John Paul II: On the Mystery and Worship of the Eucharist, February 24, 1980.

 From Easter to Pentecost
From American Catholic Online, understanding the Easter cyclewith articles, resources and meditations.

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