The Sacrifice of the Mass ends with an appendix on the language used in the Mass. Hoboy, is this worth a listen!
The Sacrifice of the Mass by M. Gavin, S.J. continues, and you learn everything you ever wanted to know about the EF Mass for the Dead.
The Sacrifice of the Mass continues — finally. Also, we learn a little something about candles.
Yeah, it finally occurred to me that I’d forgotten to finish this one. It’s amazing what sleep and coffee can do for one’s grasp of these little details. (Yeah, I hate the change of seasons and sunlight as much as holiday stress. Put them together, and I’m not a happy camper.)
UPDATE: Link fixed.
The Sacrifice of the Mass continues, with an explanation of the “Last Gospel”, read at the end of an Extraordinary Form Latin Rite Mass.
By the way, I also updated Ch. 13A. There was a lot of rattling noise on it from my old headset microphone, which I have now replaced.
The Sacrifice of the Mass continues, as we cover everything from the Our Father to the priest receiving Communion.
UPDATE: Link fixed. Sorry about that.
UPDATE 2: I’ve replaced this section with a less noisy, rattling one. Sorry for the inconvenience of a bad recording!
The Sacrifice of the Mass continues its textbook explanations, as it covers that part of the Canon of the Mass (Eucharistic Prayer I) which is said after the Consecration.
This part of the chapter is a bit long, but I was a bit anxious to get this chapter done!
The Sacrifice of the Mass continues, with more textbook explanations of the liturgy.
UPDATE: Links fixed. Sorry, folks!
The Sacrifice of the Mass continues its textbook explanation of the Extraordinary Form of the Latin Rite Mass. This chapter covers the Canon of the Mass (aka the Eucharistic Prayer). So this chapter also applies to Eucharistic Prayer 1 in the Ordinary Form. :)
The Sacrifice of the Mass continues its textbook explanation of the Extraordinary Form of the Latin Rite Mass. This chapter covers what’s known in the OF as the Eucharistic Prayer. It divvies up this astoundingly rich prayer into bite-sized portions, and explains it very thoroughly. This whole segment only covers the very beginning! Pretty good stuff, eh?
The Sacrifice of the Mass continues its explanations of the Extraordinary Form of the Latin Rite Mass. (Okay, as it was in the early 1900′s. When it was the only Latin Rite Mass form.) Hope you continue to find it educational, because I sure do! (And as always, there’s a lot that applies to the Ordinary Form as well.)
Ch. 11A: The Offertory (antiphon) to the Secret (prayer said quietly by the priest).