This Lent the Oratory of St. Faustina (Subdeacon Dave Wood) will be offering a three part series on traditional liturgy. The Independent Catholic Christian Church is devoted to liturgical diversity and thus commonly uses several different rites on a regular basis drawn from both the Roman and Anglican traditions. In this series we will be focusing on the Tridentine use of the mass that was used in the Roman Church prior to the second Vatican Council. We will first look at the structure of this form of Mass (March 1), then some of the rich symbolism found within the mass (March 8), and finally looking at the spirituality that this form of the mass evokes and how our individual spirituality are shaped by our liturgical expressions (March 15). Each session is expected to last one hour and will be broadcast online. No special equipment is required simply a computer with internet access and a phone. What better way to prepare ourselves for the Easter mysteries than to delve more deeply into our long liturgical traditions. If you would like to attend, but have not had a chance to sign up, please send Subdeacon Dave Wood a message at email@example.com.
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