We’re super excited to be launching our next collaboration with the wonderful @SIC_Choir, working on Tallis’ epic 40-part motet, Spem in alium. Join us live on YouTube at 19:00 BST tonight for the opening session, free to attend! https://t.co/R9OHewCUJ8— Tenebrae Choir (@TenebraeChoir) July 25, 2021
Sunday, July 25, 2021
Primates of Local Orthodox Churches Congratulate Metropolitan Hilarion on His 55th Birthday— Pravmir.com (@Pravmir_English) July 25, 2021
Yesterday Metropolitan Hilarion of Volokolamsk celebrated his 55th birthday.https://t.co/T0UI8RKPij pic.twitter.com/C5kgcYxjDA
On July 25th, the Church honours the Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos ‘Of the Three Hands’ of Hilandar, Mt Athos. This wonderworking icon is deeply revered in the Orthodox world.— St Elisabeth Convent. Orthodox Life And Chants (@StElisabethConv) July 25, 2021
Continued at https://t.co/XzcATBWyn6#StElisabethConvent #minsk #obitelminsk #belarus #orthodox #god pic.twitter.com/EGiQjVvYdu
A person who makes recourse against an act of the Roman Pontiff to an ecumenical council or the college of bishops is to be punished with a censure. (c. 1372) - interestingly does not appear in the eastern code of #canonlaw— Fr Alexander Laschuk (@byzkanonist) July 23, 2021
Fun fact: while a Latin cleric promises obedience to his ordinary and his successors, at my ordination the rite required sworn obedience not just to my local hierarch but also to the Roman Pontiff, and the teachings of the one, holy, Catholic, Roman Church. Always mindful!— Fr Alexander Laschuk (@byzkanonist) July 25, 2021
There is no place for Tridentine Rite in a post-Conciliar Church. Lex orandi, lex credendi...https://t.co/GcwGmW7VOA— Robert Mickens (@robinrome) July 24, 2021
So, Bobby is asserting that Vatican II founded an entirely new religion - with a new liturgical expression - and it was inserted forcibly into all the institutions of the Church, replacing the Old Religion, along with the old liturgy...https://t.co/34B9vwe9mT— Hilary White (@hilarityjane) July 24, 2021
In case it’s of interest in light of current events, here’s an essay I published in 2015 about the hermeneutics of liturgical reform and their relation to interpretations of Vatican II. https://t.co/VOYipce6gm— Innocent Smith, op (@InnocentOP) July 24, 2021
At Angelus, Pope Francis says: "It is curious that in the accounts of the multiplication of the loaves in the Gospels the verb 'multiply' never appears", adding "The real miracle is not multiplication that produces vanity and power, but the sharing, that increases love" pic.twitter.com/hOo2HziQsB— Catholic Sat (@CatholicSat) July 25, 2021
And a Latin understanding of sacrifice and spirituality...
Today’s Gospel records a small act of generosity. A boy gives his offerings: five loaves and two fish. The Lord blessed the food and miraculously it fed 5,000.— Fr. Thomas Petri, OP (@PetriOP) July 25, 2021
The Lord could’ve created a feast ex nihilo, but He accepts and transforms our meager gifts for His glorious purpose.