Extraordinary Form pilgrimage at St. Peter’s Saturday

The following comes from an Oct. 27 story on the website of the Catholic News Agency. The road leading to St. Peter’s Square was packed on Saturday morning: but not with the usual tourists or merchants. Instead, a long line of pilgrims processed along the street carrying candles and singing hymns. They were participants in an international pilgrimage to Rome celebrating … [Read more...]

The liturgy and respect for human life

The following comes from a July 25 story on Zenit.org. The abuses of the sacred liturgy that followed the reforms of the Second Vatican Council are “strictly correlated” with a great deal of moral corruption that exists in the world today, says Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke. In an exclusive interview with ZENIT on the sidelines of Sacra Liturgia 2013, a major international … [Read more...]