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A Tridentine-rite Mass at the Altar of the Chair in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican in May (CNS)

Rigid? Disapproving? Some younger worshippers fit the description

Mother Teresa prays at the Missionaries of Charity in East Beirut (Photo: AP)

Advent is a chance to deepen our experience of the liturgy – beginning with silence

Latin Mass in the Extraordinary Form at the Oxford Oratory, 2009 (catholicrelics.co.uk)

It’s beautiful, utterly Catholic and uncompromising

Mgr Keith Newton at a Solemn Evensong in 2012 to celebrate the Ordinariate's first anniversary (mazur/catholicnews.org.uk)

Liturgy and ecumenism go hand in hand, as Vatican II’s documents demonstrate

Mgr Keith Newton, Ordinary of the British Ordinariate (mazur/catholicnews.org.uk)

The Ordinariate has achieved the ‘noble simplicity’ recommended by the Council Fathers

A controversial figure: Archbishop Piero Marini in the Sistine Chapel (AP)

Some of the new names will raise eyebrows, but this isn’t the coup some believe it to be

Mgr Guido Marini, papal master of ceremonies, assists Pope Francis during a Marian vigil in St. Peter's Square (CNS)

Mgr Guido Marini said it can be better to wait rather than provoking more conflict

Cardinal Robert Sarah (CNS)

The cardinal condemned the ‘ideological clash of factions’ over ad orientem worship

The Extraordinary Form: shaped by the faith of the Church for 1,500 years (CNS)

But don’t expect them to disparage the Novus Ordo

The Tower of London: John Rastell was 'a prime example of the turn of fortune’s wheel in Tudor England' (Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk)

John Rastell’s work affected our liturgical experience forever