Catholic Liturgical LibraryA site full of information about the Liturgy: official documents and guidelines, questions and answers about liturgical issues and abuses, Catholic liturgical music and much more.
Our Lady of the Atonement Catholic ChurchThe founding parish for the Anglican Use Liturgy within the Roman Catholic Church. This site has beautiful photographs of the church, the text of Mass online and information about its grade school.
Divine Liturgy of St John ChrysostomThis file contains the entire liturgy of St. John Chrysostom as chanted in the Byzantine Catholic Churches. These churces are in communion with Rome and the text is the text of the Mass.
End of Religion?by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger. Chapter 1of the book, 'Feast of Faith: Approaches to a Theology of the Liturgy'
Eucharistic Prayer In LatinAn announcement which Fr. J. Michael Venditti read to his congregation at a Mass where he celebrated the Eucharistic prayers in latin. Gives a brief background of the Church's desire to preserve latin in the Sacred Liturgy.
Language of the Body & the Massby W Patrick Cunningham. An article about how the position of our body at Mass affects our prayer and what is meant by those physical signs. (From New Oxford Review February 1999).
Liturgy and ContemplationThoughts on the renewal of liturgical prayer from Fr. Max Thurian of the International Theological Commission.
Liturgy and the Language of Loveby Fr Jerry Pokorsky. As they consider a new round of proposed changes in the Sacramentary, the American bishops might face the question of how liturgical language mirrors marital love. (from Catholic World Report, June 1995)
Liturgy: What Does It Mean?Fr. Christopher Maxwell-Stewart explains the nature of the liturgy, emphasizing it as an integral part of our family relationship with God, fulfilled in Christ, and designed to impress Christ's personality on ourselves.
Signs & Symbols: A Reflectionby Emilio Higglesden. A reflection on signs and symbols in Church worship, specifically The Sign of the Cross, Genuflection, Holy Water, The Church Building, and the symbolic value of the Eucharist.
Syro- Malabar Rite Debates Liturgical PatrimonyAn EWTN News Feature article about the tension within the Syro-Malabar Rite between those favoring the traditional Syrian or Chaldean liturgy and those seeking a more distinctly "Indian" approach.