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Lex Orandi, Lex Credendi

        The Daily Catholic is delighted to introduce yet another bright young and zealous Traditional luminary in Kevin M. Tierney, an associate of contributing author Jacob Michael, in a series simply called "Lex Orandi, Lex Credendi" which, of course, roughly translated means how one prays is how one believes. As you can see the differences between the two liturgies are as clear as black and white. One, the Latin Mass is full and reverent, the Novus Ordo sterile and bland. It needs innovation and novelty to spice things up. The Latin Mass merely depends on the Divine. This series will compare the Propers of the synthetic Novus Ordo with the absolute Propers of the Traditional Latin Mass to show all that the NOM comes up far, far inferior, if not worse. Many might place the blame on the venom of the vernacular, but we all know what vipers injected this poison. It must be sucked out and spit out forever. Hopefully this series will give readers motivation to expedite that process in the counter-revolution dedicated to taking back the Mystical Body of Christ for Christ!

  • INTRODUCTION - Some Initial Objections

  • The Disciplines of Lent: Ash Wednesday

  • The Disciplines of Lent: First Sunday of Lent

  • The Disciplines of Lent: Second Sunday of Lent

  • The Disciplines of Lent: Third Sunday of Lent

  • The Disciplines of Lent: Fourth Sunday of Lent - Laetare Sunday

  • The Disciplines of Lent and Passiontide: Passion Sunday

  • The Disciplines of Passiontide: PALM SUNDAY

  • The Disciplines of the Season: EASTER SUNDAY

  • Increasing Our Awareness of the Differences for LOW SUNDAY

      • Lex Orandi, Lex Credendi

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