This is the theme of Catholic Family News’ Conference for 2018. This is also the first year without our fellow friend and colleague, John Vennari.
Traditional Catholic on-line radio station, Magnificat Radio, nominated for prestigious Gabriel Awards. A first for Traditional radio.
Mike & Lisa start their day with talking a little about the Olympics and then they chat about a couple of crosses, one is that Lisa’s microphone dies just before the broadcast! Then Lisa...
Louis Tofari from www.romanitaspress.com talks about the raising of the Host at the consecration. Also, Brian McCall J.D. from Oklahoma City discusses the events that took place at the Civic Center. Finally, Mike has...
www.romanitaspress.com In this episode Louis discusses the profound significance of why the celebrant kisses the altar several times during the Roman Mass.
www.romanitaspress.com In this episode, Louis Tofari continues his talk on the prayers at the foot of the Altar. From the Antiphon through Psalm 42 and forward. Mr. Tofari goes in depth with the rubrics...
www.magnificatmedia.com In this episode of “Learning About The Roman Liturgy”, Louis Tofari discusses, in depth, the prayers at the foot of the altar. This is part 1 of a 2 part show. the second...
The fruit of the Holy Ghost…The honoring of the REAL presence of Jesus Christ in the Holy Eucharist…This is what a Corpus Christi procession is all about.
In this episode, Louis Tofari explains the Latin meaning of the word “Pentecost”. Louis also takes a detailed look at the Chant, Prayers and deep, Liturgical significance surrounding the Mass at Pentecost. ENJOY!
Whitsuntide, or Pentecost: A feast in commemoration and honor of the Holy Ghost, descending visibly upon the heads of the Apostles, in the shape of tongues, as it were of fire.
The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is the center of Catholic life and is our continuing source of sanctifying grace.
Many may think that this traditional Roman Mass, from the 1962 Missale Romanum, is identical to the form used during the time of Pope St. Gregory the Great or even of Pope St. Peter.
The origin of the custom of making and blessing the Paschal Candle has been attributed by some writers to Pope St. Zosimus, who ascended the throne of Peter in the year 417
IN THIS SHOW: We talk with Joe Iserman of Patriot Outfitters about survival food and other supplies that this Traditional Catholic owned business, sells. Then it’s our friend Louis Tofari and a little tease...
In this episode of “Learning About the Roman Liturgy”, Louis Tofari takes a look at the special reverences made during Lent, such as a bow or kneeling. All content and materials available on...
Every year the church goes through this; starting from the beginning of the Easter season of the liturgical year the Church has followed our Lord’s footsteps in the course of His apostolic ministry.
In the early church it is most likely that only one linen cloth was used to serve as both altar-cloth and corporal.
The word “church” refers to a public place of worship and is derived from the Old Saxon word of kirika which is similar to the modern German word, kirche.
What are liturgical books?
Did you ever happen to wonder…why so many colors in the Roman Liturgy?