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  • Author:
    Pope Benedict XVI
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    0824515366
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    978-0824515362
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    The Crossroad Publishing Company; Reprint edition (November 1, 1996)
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    240 pages
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Pope Benedict XVI shows that in the controversies over liturgical reform and the Latin mass. In fact, every Catholic should find in A NEW SONG FOR THE LORD a valuable source of rejuvenation and edification.

Pope Benedict XVI shows that in the controversies over liturgical reform and the Latin mass.

Pope Benedict XVI shows that in the controversies over liturgical reform and the Latin mass, liturgy is not just a. .On 11 February 2013, Pope Benedict announced his resignation in a speech in Latin before the cardinals, citing a "lack of strength of mind and body" due to his advanced age.

Pope Benedict XVI shows that in the controversies over liturgical reform and the Latin mass, liturgy is not just a pragmatic matter but a central feature in our relationship to Christ, the Church, and ourselves. His resignation became effective on 28 February 2013. He is the first pope to resign since Pope Gregory XII in 1415, and the first to do so on his own initiative since Pope Celestine V in 1294.

The following is a list of Papal encyclicals written by Pope Benedict XVI. A Papal encyclical is a letter usually treating some aspect of Catholic doctrine sent by the Pope and addressed to Catholic bishops.

The pope s definitive statement on liturgical reform

The pope s definitive statement on liturgical reform. Pope Benedict XVI shows that in the controversies over liturgical reform and the Latin mass, liturgy is not just a pragmatic matter but a central feature in our relationship to Christ, the Church, and ourselves. A Song Needing to Be Sung. com User, June 30, 2001. Some months ago I set as a goal for myself the promotion of the ideas of Joseph Cardianl Ratzinger as a source of a far, far richer appreciation of the Eucharistic Liturgy. I have read and continue to read the Cardinal to further my stated goal.

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Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger (Pope Benedict XVI). This book is a collection of essays written by Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger when he was prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. With ten chapters on a variety of liturgical topics, A New Song for the Lord gives a clear overview of the pope's views on liturgy, in particular its relationhip to Christ, the Church, and to us. Here's an excerpt from the Preface

A New Song for the Lord: Faith in Christ in Liturgy Today Volk und Haus Gottes in Augustins Lehre von der Kirche (The People an.

A New Song for the Lord: Faith in Christ in Liturgy Today. Volk und Haus Gottes in Augustins Lehre von der Kirche (The People and House of God as Presented in Augustine's Doctrine of the Church)

This statement from Benedict XVI is heresy and shows again that he is a.Other quotes of interest in a new song for the lord.

This statement from Benedict XVI is heresy and shows again that he is a faithless apostate. Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, A New Song for the Lord, 1995, p. 31: This is the real heart of their disease, for they then live a lie and are turned away from love, which is, also in the Trinity, an unconditional self-giving without limits. The Catholic Church teaches that a heretic cannot be validly elected pope, since a heretic is not a member of the Catholic Church.

I recently read a book by Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI that I would recommend to any who haven't seen it yet (h/t Stratford Caldecott for telling . It is called A New Song for the Lord - Faith in Christ and Liturgy Today.

I recently read a book by Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI that I would recommend to any who haven't seen it yet (h/t Stratford Caldecott for telling me about it). The publisher, Crossroads, decided to put the following quotation from text prominently on the cover: 'How we attend to the liturgy determines the fate and faith of the Church. This last part is what drew me to it particularly

The pope’s definitive statement on liturgical reform. Pope Benedict XVI shows that in the controversies over liturgical reform and the Latin mass, liturgy is not just a pragmatic matter but a central feature in our relationship to Christ, the Church, and ourselves.

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Some months ago I set as a goal for myself the promotion of the ideas of Joseph Cardianl Ratzinger as a source of a far, far richer appreciation of the Eucharistic Liturgy. I have read and continue to read the Cardinal to further my stated goal. However, perhaps more importantly, I find in the course of this exercise my own appreciation of the Liturgy being significantly enriched.
Participating as a Deacon at the Liturgy can very easily become a matter of routine, mere ritual. One must spiritually "pinch" oneself periodically to bring about a renewed sense of the importance of this, the Catholic's central act of worship. This particular book is just that; a spiritual shot in the arm to renew one's faith and love in our most beloved treasure, the Eucharistic Liturgy.
A NEW SONG FOR THE LORD is far more than just about song at the Liturgy. There's Scripture, History, Theology. This group of collected essays builds a fundamental basis for the Liturgy itself as the book's sub-title suggests, "Faith in Christ and Liturgy Today." We must once again refocus our liturgical attention upon that to which it belongs: Jesus / God / Adoration. Cardinal Ratzinger points out the danger of the congregation focusing upon itself, of the community celebrating itself and thereby becoming a vehicle for merely social purposes.
We get the "Song" right when we have gotten the fundamentals of the Liturgy right. We thereupon can join with the angels in a most beautiful act of worship on that special day called the "Lord's." We've been prepared for it because already the Cardinal has given us a renewed appreciation for that day of days: the "third," the "first," the "eighth."
In contrast to some of the other of Cardinal Ratzinger's books, this one is a fairly easy read. Anyone seriously interested in the Mass and its attendant liturgy should find this book a most valuable encouragement that the Church truly does understand itself and its worship. Liturgists and church musicians alike should make available a special spot on their book shelf for this important, little tome. In fact, every Catholic should find in A NEW SONG FOR THE LORD a valuable source of rejuvenation and edification.
I give this one a five star rating for everyone.