S. Teresa
di Gesù


S. Giovanni della Croce


S. Teresa
di Gesù Bambino 
del Volto Santo




S. Elisabetta
della Trinità


S. Teresa Benedetta
(Edith Stein)

teresadelosandesS. Teresa
di Los Andes
miriamS. Maria 
di Gesù Crocifisso
(Mariam Baouardy)
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di S. Maria
Maria Eugenio di Gesù Bambino
de Ossò
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Maria dello
Spirito Santo
mgjBeata Maria Giuseppina
di Gesù Crocifisso
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S. Raffaele Kalinowski

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beataannaBeata Anna
di S. Bartolomeo
mariadigesùBeata Maria
di Gesù
mariaincarnazioneBeata Maria dell'Incarnazione
dionisioredentoBeati Dionisio della Natività
e Redento
della Croce
jngBeata Giuseppa Naval Girbés
sacS. Andrea Corsini
SenzanomeS. Pier
del Sacro Cuore
di Gesù
albSant'Alberto di Gerusalemme
mcgBeate Martiri
di Guadalajara
teresarrBeata Teresa Maria della Croce
mcBeate Martiri
di Compiègne
bfpBeato Francesco di Gesù Maria Giuseppe
eliaBeata Elia 
di S.Clemente
fralorenzoVen. Lorenzo della Risurrezione
mariamaddalenaS. Maria Maddalena
De' Pazzi
Giovanni Soreth
Battista Spagnoli 
gioacchinaS. Gioacchina de Vedruna
mmjS. Maria Maravillas 
di Gesù
bmrBeati Martiri
di Rochefort
da Trapani
bmsslgBeata Maria
di San Luigi
miniBeata Maria
di Gesù Sacramentato
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Teresa di San Giuseppe
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quinta-feira, 21 de junho de 2012

Liturgical piety.


The following is a Paper published atRorate Caeli. It represents a
very worthwhile exploration of some of the liturgical-theological
positions proper to a correct "Traditionalist" understanding of
the situation in the life of the Church today. I present it here
for your perusal and edification.

FIUV Position Paper 2: Liturgical Piety and Participation

1.The term ‘Liturgical Piety’ refers to a piety which is fostered by frequent participation in the liturgy, draws inspiration from the unfolding of the sacred mysteries through the cycle of the liturgical year, and for which the texts of the liturgical books and the ceremonies of the liturgical rites as central rather than peripheral to its formation. It is contrasted with a piety which is formed predominantly by non-liturgical devotions, whether these be public or private. The fostering of liturgical piety, and the participation in the liturgy conducive to such piety, might be said to be the ultimate objects of the Liturgical Movement, from its beginnings in the nineteenth century up to, and including, the influence that Movement had on the reform of the liturgy after the Second Vatican Council. It was the task of successive popes to encourage this movement while simultaneously guarding against the exaggerated and misguided conclusions which were sometimes derived from this ideal. The concept of liturgical piety is of particular interest in the context of the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Missal, since this ideal continues to influence discussion of the participation of the faithful in the liturgy, and the discussion of how the Extraordinary Form should be celebrated, and its liturgical books further developed over time. In particular this paper is intended to shed light on the question of whether the ‘former liturgical tradition’ is itself a barrier to a proper liturgical participation by the faithful, and whether the arguments of the Liturgical Movement, and the contemporary Magisterium such as Pius XII’s encyclical Mediator Dei, should be read as indicating that it is a barrier.READ...