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Lenten Reflection for Holy Saturday

Palm Sunday - Jesus Entry into Jerusalem on a Donkey

Exsúltet Iam Angélica Turba Cælórum

A series of short reflections given by His Grace, Archbishop George Stack, Archbishop of Cardiff. This video is a reflection on Holy Saturday, where the passed from death to life and rose from the dead.

This is the final video in this series.

 

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© 2014 – Archdiocese of Cardiff

Lenten Reflection for Good Friday

Palm Sunday - Jesus Entry into Jerusalem on a Donkey

Eli, Eli, Lama Sabachthani

A series of short reflections given by His Grace, Archbishop George Stack, Archbishop of Cardiff. This video is a reflection on Good Friday, where the Lord was crucified and died for our sins and the sins of the whole world.

There are more videos in this series. When the Archdiocese of Cardiff have released the final video on Holy Saturday, I will post it here on the website

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© 2014 – Archdiocese of Cardiff

Lenten Reflection for Maundy Thursday

Palm Sunday - Jesus Entry into Jerusalem on a Donkey

Hoc Est Enim Corpus Meum

Hic Est Enim Calix Sánguinis Mei

A series of short reflections given by His Grace, Archbishop George Stack, Archbishop of Cardiff. This video is a reflection on Maundy Thursday, where the Lord instituted the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass at the Last Supper.

There are more videos in this series. When the Archdiocese of Cardiff have released the remaining videos on Good Friday and Holy Saturday, I will post them here on the website

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© 2014 – Archdiocese of Cardiff

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Important Changes

We have made a few changes to our website!

You can now view the photograph gallery and videos under the ‘Archives‘ menu from the top of the website. Why not take a look at some of the content which has already been uploaded. We will continue to upload more photographs and videos as time goes on, so keep checking the website.

Also! We are looking to set up an archive of memories. Do you have any old memories, photographs or other items from the Archdiocese or even from elsewhere which you would like to share with us? Perhaps you have photographs of Holy Mass, Corpus Christi Processions, May Processions etc. The more the merrier…

Please get in touch with me at andrew.butcher@lmscardiff.org.uk or click on Contact Us in the ‘About the LMS‘ menu at the top of the page.

Silence in the Liturgy

LMS_SilenceThe LMS has produced another short video, this time on the subject of ‘Silence in the Liturgy’. Silence is one of the most clearly observable differences, to the casual observer, between the Extraordinary and Ordinary Forms of the Mass, and the video, we hope, goes some way to explaining the traditional practice.

Silence is one of the most characteristic aspects of the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite that marks it apart from the Novus Ordo. Many of the prayers said by the priest are done so either silently or inaudibly. There are very good reasons for silence in the traditional liturgy; a practice that dates back centuries to the early Church. In this short video, Dr Joseph Shaw explains the reasons for what many Mass-goers regard as one of the most attractive and uplifting aspects of the Traditional Latin Mass.

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