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Topic: Extraordinary Form

Traditionalists urge Pope: Don’t roll back Summorum Pontificum

Petition appeals to Benedict XVI not to approve a document that reportedly restricts celebrations of the traditional Mass

We are all going to die – that’s why we are Catholic

Liturgy must draw us towards the world beyond, says Fr John Zuhlsdorf. That’s how we can wake up our faith

Applause for Bishop Stack

Bishop George Stack, auxiliary in Westminster, administers Confirmations in the Extraordinary Form at St James’s church, Spanish Place, London

Fr Swales celebrates High Mass in Newcastle

A High Mass in the Extraordinary Form is celebrated at Newcastle Upon Tyne’s Catholic cathedral for only the second time since the Vatican II liturgical reforms

Success for training conference at Downside

Latin Mass Society hold residential training conference at Downside Abbey

Poll: almost half of Mass-goers would attend older form

Poll suggests that 43 per cent of practising Catholics would attend traditional Mass every week if it was offered in their parish

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So the Pope says the old Mass privately? Well, probably not

The Vatican seems to have denied the story in 2007. Plus, there is footage of the Pope celebrating Mass, in the Ordinary Form, in his private chapel

Learning the Mass at Downside

The Latin Mass Society is organising a residential training conference for priests wishing to learn the Extraordinary Form

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