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New Secretary of the National Liturgy Commission

New Secretary of the National Liturgy Commission

Fr Stephen McGrattan is now the Secretary to the National Liturgy Commission.  He can be contacted at St John the Evangelist, 92 Glaisnock Street, Cumnock, KA18 1JU and at info@stephenmcgrattan.org.uk.  All correspondence should be sent to this...

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New Advice for Liturgical Composers

New Advice for Liturgical Composers

Recently added to this website is a Guide for Composers. Musical settings of missal texts must receive an imprimatur from the Bishops' Conference in whose territory they first seek to publish. This document offers information for those who seek to publish musical...

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Bishop Toal – On the Introduction of the New English Missal

Bishop Toal – On the Introduction of the New English Missal

At a catechesis I attended during the recent World Youth Day Archbishop Robert Rivas from the Caribbean described himself as a Missionary Bishop. In explaining what he meant he told how his appointment as a bishop to a small group of poor scattered islands had meant...

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Bishop Tartaglia – Homily for the Mass of Chrism

Bishop Tartaglia – Homily for the Mass of Chrism

"For towards the end of this year, a revised English translation of the Roman Missal will come into use throughout the English speaking world and in all the dioceses and parishes of Scotland. The Roman Missal is the book in which is contained the prayers and texts of...

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Bishop Toal – Introducing the New Missal

Bishop Toal – Introducing the New Missal

In his address to the Bishops of Scotland, England and Wales at the end of his Visit to the UK Pope Benedict XVI drew our attention to the imminent publication of the new English translation of the Roman Missal. In doing so he thanked all the bishops “for the...

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