Instruction of the
Traditional Latin Mass according to the 1962 Roman Missal
Priests, Seminarians, Altar Servers, Sacristans, Church Musicians
|This DVD of
the Low Mass in the extraordinary form provides two
versions of the Mass - one from the perspective of the
altar boy and
one from the perspective of the priest. This video also shows the
sacristan setting up the vestments in the traditional manner, as well
as the vesting of the priest with the prayers from the 1962 Missale
A great feature of this multimedia DVD is
options enabling the viewer to skip to just about
any part of
A feature of this DVD not seen anywhere else is the photo slide
the various scenes of the Mass. For each of the Menu options listed
below, the viewer can either watch a sequence of
or a short digital video clip of that scene.
order to better serve
Catholics who wish to worship according to the 'Forma extraordinaria',
and ongoing catechesis in the form of the Mass must be available. This
can only be achieved if, first of all, priests and seminarians are
prepared to serve this need."
E. Francis Cardinal George
multimedia DVD can be used in various languages as menu options and
titles are in
the Church's universal language. This DVD also features wonderful choral and organ music,
the approved way of ornamenting the Low Mass with Sacred Music. Among
the music included is:
Verum, Francis Poulenc (1899 -
Seraphim, Richard Dering (c. 1580
Domino, Heinrich Schütz (1585
- Preludium in C-dur, BWV 545, Johann
Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Beautiful disc menu for easy navigation!
scene is titled for your convenience!
Traditional Latin Mass in digital video!
miss this DVD...
parish is wanting to start the Traditional Latin High
Mass this is the DVD for
you! This beautiful DVD includes...
of the Latin High Mass with Incense
the priest’s rubrics
of the Missa Cantata (High Mass) demonstrated
of liturgical music for the Extraordinary Form
of the Blessed Sacrament
Stunning choral and organ
rendering of the Gregorian
Chant propers and ordinary
video of sacristy
preparation and vesting.
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