Articles tagged: liturgy

Night Holds No Terror: 7 of the Best Psalms to Pray Before Bed

Life & Leisure Theology

SPL Staff • May 28th, 2015

Compline via anglicanbreviary.net Listers, the Liturgy of the Hours is a gift from Sacred Tradition that allows the Faithful to truly pray without ceasing. Though quite complex, this rich tradition is basically the Psalms adorned with hymns and other prayers. The Holy Mass and the Liturgy of the... Read More →

I Smell Heresy - 11 Cardinal Burke Memes

Life & Leisure

SPL Staff • May 20th, 2015

        More on Cardinal Burke from SPL: The Dignity of the Eucharistic Celebration: 8 Teachings from Cardinal Burke Cardinal Burke: 15 Photos of this Wondrous Prince of the Church 8 Notable Videos from His Eminence Cardinal Burke Read More →

Facing God: 10 Advantages of Ad Orientem

Theology

SPL Staff • March 1st, 2014

Listers, Fr. Mark Kirby offers an excellent reflection on ad orientem.1 On his blog, Vultus Christi, Father Kirby reflects on five years of saying the Holy Mass ad orientem. He states, "after five years of offering Holy Mass ad orientem, I can say that I never want to have to return to the versus... Read More →

Worth Watching: 9 Videos that Warm the Catholic Soul

Life & Leisure

SPL Staff • May 20th, 2013

Listers, we encourage you to share your faith by sharing these videos. The Catholic faith is a beautiful and rich religion and so many inside and outside of the Church are blind to its beauty. We've catalogued a multitude of video-lists, but this is our second collection of heart-warming Catholic... Read More →

6 Lessons from Pope Francis' First Holy Week 2013

History

SPL Staff • April 1st, 2013

 Holy Thursday 1. Chrism Mass Homily A good priest can be recognized by the way his people are anointed. This is a clear test. When our people are anointed with the oil of gladness, it is obvious: for example, when they leave Mass looking as if they have heard good news. Our people like to... Read More →

The Golden Calf & Our Catholic Mass: 3 Reasons Man Cannot Invent the Liturgy

SPL Staff • March 20th, 2013

Listers, "man himself cannot simply 'make' worship." This is the opening line of arguably the two most powerful paragraphs in Cardinal Ratzinger's The Spirit of the Liturgy. SPL has previously promoted this seminal work in The 2 Books by Cardinal Ratzinger that Will Change Your Life. While that... Read More →

8 Notable Videos from His Eminence Cardinal Burke

Theology

SPL Staff • March 11th, 2013

Cardinal Burke on SPL Cardinal Burke: 10 Photos of this Wondrous Prince of the Church Cardinal Burke at Notre-Dame de Fontgombault: 21 Photos The Dignity of the Eucharistic Celebration: 8 Teachings from Cardinal Burke   VIDEOS 1. Call to Martyrdom by Cardinal... Read More →

The 2 Books by Cardinal Ratzinger that Will Change Your Life

Philosophy Theology

SPL Staff • March 9th, 2013

Listers, if Catholics are to live a life of virtue then there are two primary sciences - bodies of knowledge - all Catholics should study: the "Noble Science" and the "Queen of the Sciences." The corpus of writings from Cardinal Ratzinger is as vast and as it is impressive. An excellent survey of... Read More →

Fasting and Abstinence: 6 Basic Questions and Answers on Lent

Theology

SPL Staff • February 18th, 2013

Listers, Lent is a penitential season within Holy Mother Church and all Catholics are called to participate. For various reasons there is always a spectre of confusion around the time of Lent regarding the requirements of fasting and abstinence asked of all Catholics pursuant to Canon Law. Since... Read More →

6 Books by Pope Benedict XVI Every Catholic Should Read

Philosophy Theology

SPL Staff • February 13th, 2013

Listers with the announcement of Pope Benedict XVI's resignation, we wanted to share with you part of his lasting legacy as a theologian and teacher. In the history of the popes, it is hard to find anyone as easy to read and understand. His writings are, moreover, a beautiful blend of timeless... Read More →

Catholic Countdown: The Top 20 Lists of 2012

History

SPL Staff • January 28th, 2013

Listers, in little over a year St. Peter's List has become a rapidly growing community of faithful Catholics. Our I Stand with the Catholic Church graphics have been used in religious liberty rallies around the nation and listers have sent fantastic photos of themselves and their loved ones... Read More →

Pontifical Mass: 10 Beautiful Photos of Bishop Schneider at St. James Cathedral-Basilica

History

SPL Staff • January 10th, 2013

Listers, the following photos were sent in by SPL's John Henry of the Pontifical Mass of the Most Reverend Monsignor Athanasius Schneider Auxiliary Bishop of Astana, Kazakhstan at the Cathedral-Basilica of St. James during his January 2013 visit to New York City. Bishop Athanasius Schneider... Read More →

14 Photos of a Procession Celebrating the 95th Anniversary of Our Lady of Fatima

History Life & Leisure

SPL Staff • December 14th, 2012

Listers, we received the follow gallery of photos back in October from a lister in Chesapeake, Virginia. She writes:   St. Benedict's parish (Chesapeake, VA) celebrated the 95th anniversary of the Fatima apparition. With several parishes from the area we marched a Eucharistic procession from... Read More →

21 Questions on Why the Holy Eucharist Was Given to Humanity

Theology

SPL Staff • October 31st, 2012

Listers, the following lesson is taken from the Baltimore Catechism. The Baltimore Catechism was the standard catechism of teaching the faith and catechizing children from 1885 to Vatican II. Its basic question-and-answer approach is the most natural learning style for the human mind and... Read More →

Do This in Memory of Me: 7 Questions on the Eucharist and Consecration

Theology

SPL Staff • October 19th, 2012

Listers, the following lesson is taken from the Baltimore Catechism. The Baltimore Catechism was the standard catechism of teaching the faith and catechizing children from 1885 to Vatican II. Its basic question-and-answer approach is the most natural learning style for the human mind and... Read More →

This Is My Body: 10 Questions to Help Explain the Holy Eucharist

Theology

SPL Staff • October 10th, 2012

Listers, the following lesson is taken from the Baltimore Catechism. The Baltimore Catechism was the standard catechism of teaching the faith and catechizing children from 1885 to Vatican II. Its basic question-and-answer approach is the most natural learning style for the human mind and... Read More →

Let It Be the Armor: 3 Meditations from Aquinas for After Holy Communion

Theology

SPL Staff • September 13th, 2012

Listers, the Eucharist is the source and summit of the Catholic life. However, articulating our gratitude and both intellectual and emotional response to the literal body, blood, soul, and divinity of the Second Person of the Trinity is a daunting if not impossible task for most of us.... Read More →

7 Blogs by Traditional Catholic Priests

Life & Leisure Theology

SPL Staff • September 11th, 2012

Listers, we continue to bring you the best Catholic minds and resources on the internet. In response to our original 12 Catholic Blogs Worth Your Time list, we received an outpouring of reader recommendations for other Catholic blogs to be noted and shared. We then released 25 Reader Recommended... Read More →

Aquinas: 4 Points of Meditation Before Receiving the Eucharist

Theology

SPL Staff • September 5th, 2012

Listers, the following is a prayer by the Angelic Doctor St. Thomas Aquinas meant to prepare the soul for reception of the Eucharist. SPL has taken the prayer from the Recommended Prayers chapter of the 1962 Roman Missal and has organized the Common Doctor's words into four meditations.1   1. I... Read More →

14 Quotes in Support of Latin in the Roman Catholic Church

History Theology

SPL Staff • August 27th, 2012

Listers, please take the time to review these quotes on the importance and immutability of Latin in the Roman Catholic Church. Note the sources: many of which can certainly not be labeled (and discarded) as "traditionalists." Latin in the Church is not a liberal or conservative issue, but a... Read More →
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