The Traditional Roman Hymnal

The Traditional Roman Hymnal

After several years of work, we are very pleased to be able to announce the delivery of the long-awaited second edition of the Traditional Roman Hymnal.

As promised, the second edition is greatly improved. This new edition contains over 360 chants and hymns (50% more!)

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TEST YOUR MASTERING ABILITY OVER MODERN MEDIA

TEST YOUR MASTERING ABILITY OVER MODERN MEDIA

The dangers and the insidious but real harm of the invasive digital world, which fascinates and modifies the behavior of all age strata of the population, are often under-estimated by those who are in charge of education. Yet, the stakes are high.

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Cardinal Ottaviani against the Modernists

Cardinal Ottaviani against the Modernists

A brief sketch of the life of Cardinal Ottaviani, and his courageous opposition to the modernists before and during the Second Vatican Council.

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The Social Doctrine of the Church Today

The Social Doctrine of the Church Today

Our Lord, who suffered hunger and cold, is aware of even our smallest needs. In His mercy, He wanted us to go through life as exiles in this vale of tears, so as to long for the other life “where neither rust nor moth consume, and where thieves do not break through nor steal” (Mt. 6:20).

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The Blessing of the Bonfires

The Blessing of the Bonfires

The Vigil of St. John the Baptist (June 23) takes place shortly after the longest day in the northern hemisphere. Appropriately, it captures a sense of light supplanting darkness throughout its liturgy and traditions.

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The Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Practice of Reparation

The Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Practice of Reparation

“Access is possible: Christ is the door. It was opened for you when his side was opened by the lance. Remember what flowed out from his side: thus, choose where you want to enter Christ. From the side of Christ as he hung dying upon the Cross there flowed out blood and water, when it was pierced by a lance. Your purification is in that water, your redemption is in that blood”.

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The History and Symbolism of Tenebrae

The History and Symbolism of Tenebrae

With a dimly-lit church, a rarely-seen candle holder, somber tones, and a candle hidden behind a curtain or the altar, Tenebrae is a unique and special liturgy in the calendar of the Roman Catholic Church.

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Ordinations Next Week

Ordinations Next Week

Friends, Just a reminder that Angelus Press will be in Winona for this year’s ordination of the priests of the Society of St. Pius X. There will be 12 ordinands – 11 for the Society, and 1 for the Dominicans...

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Virtues Are Inconvenient, or Oops! It’s Still Detraction Even if it’s Just the SSPX

Virtues Are Inconvenient, or Oops! It’s Still Detraction Even if it’s Just the SSPX

In an article that no objective reader would call fair or just, Jeff Mirus posts the apparent reflections of a young lady who grew up as a Catholic whose family received the sacraments from the priests of the Society of...

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The Vesture of the Ministers: Part IV

The Vesture of the Ministers: Part IV

Discourses on Solemn Mass: Part V After the sacred ministers have attired themselves in their amices, albs and cinctures, the maniple is next put on the left forearm. The maniple is formed from a single piece folded over the forearm...

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The Church in Her Wisdom Gives us Visible Signs of Faith

The Church in Her Wisdom Gives us Visible Signs of Faith

The church of Sant’Ignazio in Rome is the church dedicated to St. Ignatius of Loyola, on which construction began a few years after that saint’s canonization by Gregory XV in 1622. When my husband and I walked into its nave,...

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Reflections on the 25th Anniversary

Reflections on the 25th Anniversary

The following is an interview conducted by Angelus Press with Bishop Bernard Fellay, Superior General of the Society of Saint Pius X Consecration of Bishops The Angelus: What was your initial reaction when you learned that Archbishop Lefebvre had chosen...

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