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  Latin Rite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Latin Rite, in the singular and accompanied, in English, by the definite article ("the Latin Rite"), designates the particular Church, within the Catholic Church, which developed in western Europe and northern Africa, when Latin was the language of education and culture, and so also of the liturgy.
The Latin Church is a third term, used, for instance in the opening canon of both the 1917 and the 1983 editions of the Code of Canon Law.
The Latin Rite (in the first-mentioned sense) is distinguished from others not only by the use of the aforementioned liturgies, but also by customs, practices and Canon law distinct from those of the Eastern Churches.
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 Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem is the title given to the Latin Rite Roman Catholic Archbishop of Jerusalem.
During the existence of the Latin Kingdom, the Latin Patriarchate was divided into four archdioceses -their heads bearing the titles of Archbishop of Tyre, Archbishop of Caesarea, Archbishop of Nazareth, and Archbishop of Petra - and a number of suffragan dioceses.
The Latin Patriarch controlled the Latin quarter of the city of Jerusalem (the Holy Sepulchre and the immediate surroundings), and had as his direct suffragans the bishops of Lydda-Ramla, Bethlehem, Hebron, and Gaza, and the abbots of the Temple, Mount Sion, and the Mount of Olives.
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 Eastern Rites of the Catholic Church
This is being written with a recognition that, in the United States at least, many Latin Rite Catholics forget that the Eastern Catholic Churches are part of the same Catholic Church.
The Chaldean and Syro-Malabar Rite are local expression of the East Syrian (Assyro-Chaldean) Rite, even though the Chaldeans are centered in Iraq and the Malabars are centered in India, claiming to have been Christianized by St Thomas.
On a deeper, interior level, these rites are characterized by their transcendental, eschatological spirit and profound sense of mystery and awe; by the richly developed trinitarian, Christological, and Marian theology of their prayers and hymns; and by their strong monastic stamp.” (Encyclopedia of Catholicism, p.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Latin Church
The Latin Church is simply that vast portion of the Catholic body which obeys the Latin patriarch, which submits to the pope, not only in papal, but also in patriarchal matters.
All to the west of this was the Latin Church.
From this conception we see that the practical disappearance of the Gallican Rite, however much the archeologist may regret it, is justified by the general principle that rite should follow patriarchate.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/09022a.htm   (776 words)

  
 Latin and English in the Mass
There is one Mass of the Latin Rite, the Mass published in Latin by Paul VI in 1969 according to the norms of the Second Vatican Council.
Particular law remaining in force, the use of the Latin language is to be preserved in the Latin rites.
In this way the patrimony of the Latin Rite is preserved by its use in the unchanging parts, quite few in number and easily memorizable, while the prayers particular to each liturgy are accessible to the faithful in their own language.
www.ewtn.com /expert/answers/latin_and_english_in_the_mass.htm   (1062 words)

  
 Latin Rite Mass   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
He allowed all the rites that had been in use for over 200 years to be kept - such changes for example as we see in the Dominican rite - but otherwise ordered that the Church return to the Mass as it had always been since the earliest of recorded history.
So sacred and holy were the rites of the Mass considered that it is almost certain that the words of Scripture were somewhat altered so as to give the sense but not the exact form used in the Consecration.
The second fact to be recognized is that in all 83 rites of the Mass which the Church recognizes and has always recognized as valid, the Words of Consecration are essentially the same.
www.wandea.org.pl /latin-rite.htm   (3489 words)

  
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A rite is a "liturgical, theological, spiritual and disciplinary patrimony," (Code of Canons of the Eastern Churches, canon 28).
To say that "all the rites are subject to the Magiterium and the teachings of the Most Holy Roman Catholic Church" is inaccurate.
However, in everyday usage members of the Latin Church refer to it as the "Roman Catholic Church." For instance, in the small town of Toronto, Ohio there are two Catholic parishes.
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 Wikinfo | Latin Rite
The Latin Rite is the name given to the rituals, customs and laws followed by the "western" Roman Catholic church.
The differences between the Latin Rite and the Eastern Rites are not in matters considered infallible dogmas, but are in rules of discipline and custom, the Eastern Rites following usages similar to those of the Orthodox churches.
The Latin Rite is so-called because until the 1960s, Latin was used as the liturgical language in Catholic churches in "Western" countries.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Latin_Rite   (278 words)

  
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Latin Rite priests have refused communion to children who have been recieving Christ's Spotless Body and Precious Blood for years, even if the priest is told that they are Melkite and regularly receive the Sacraments (since baptism, indeed).
I've been told that since the priest is Latin, he must abide by the rules of St. Pius X, but I feel that this denies the Eucharist to someone accustomed to it, and that the priest's disposition shouldn't matter as much as the person in question's.
Latin priests are trained not to give Communion to small children, it is a part of Canon Law.
www.saint-mike.org /qa/lit/ViewAnswer.asp?QID=180   (322 words)

  
 Catholic Answers Forums - Anybody here from different Rites?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Latin Rite does not mean the people who hear the liturgy in the Latin language.
A rite is the liturgical, theological, spiritual and disciplinary patrimony, culture and circumstances of history of a distinct people, by which its own manner of living the faith is manifested in each Church sui iuris.
Beyond the codified definition of "Rite", it should be understood to be the collected liturgical patrimony or heritage by which a group of persons conduct their religious life.
forums.catholic.com /showthread.php?t=115509&goto=newpost   (3126 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: The Roman Rite
The Roman Rite is the manner of celebrating the Holy Sacrifice, administering Sacraments, reciting the Divine Office, and performing other ecclesiastical functions (blessings, all kinds of Sacramentals, etc.) as used in the city and Diocese of Rome.
The Roman Rite was adopted throughout the West because the local bishops, sometimes kings or emperors, felt that they could not do better than use the rite of the chief bishop of all, at Rome.
As the rite of the Latin Church it is used exclusively in the Latin Patriarchate, with three small exceptions at Milan, Toledo, and in the still Byzantine churches of Southern Italy, Sicily, and Corsica.
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 Does The Latin Rite Need Some Work? - phatmass phorum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
I think gettin' Latins to obey the GIRM and retranslating some problematic texts in the Novus Ordo (which thank God, Rome is doing now) would solve a lot of problems people have with the Mass of Paul VI.
Latin rite needs to crack down on a lot of things -- religious education, the sloppy liturgy and abuses, dissenters and obedience to authority, to name a few.
I guess since the Latin Rite is so large and worldwide, abuses tend to slip in slowly.
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 Different Rites of the Holy Catholic Church   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
A Rite can have a celebration of the Eucharist which is unique to that Church (such as the Maronite Church), or it can be common among various Churches in one Rite (such as the Byzantine Rite).
Confined to the Rite of the Iberian peninsula-specifically, the Cathedral of the Archdiocese of Toledo, Spain, and 6 of its parishes.
However, married clergy in both Rites have always followed guidelines concerning conjugal relations between themselves and their spouses and the celebration of the Mass, etc. In addition, both Rites have always mandated that if a married priest is consecrated a Bishop, he must live like "brother and sister" with his wife.
www.andrew.cmu.edu /user/newman/Pages/fr-catholicrites.html   (3083 words)

  
 Western Rite
The Western Rite is a ministry of the Antiochian Christian Archdiocese of North America, and in full canonical communion and unity of purpose with the several Orthodox jurisdictions of the Standing Conference of Canonical Orthodox Bishops in America (SCOBA).
When the Latin Church in the west separated itself from the unity of the Orthodox Church, the venerable and ancient Western liturgy was lost to the Church.
Western Rite Orthodoxy has proven itself to be an excellent missionary out-reach to those who seek the assurance of the Orthodox Catholic Faith and who find themselves better rooted in their own western spiritual ethos than the Byzantine character of the eastern rites.
www.antiochian.org /Western-Rite   (891 words)

  
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Since the Latin rite is the rite of the holy Roman church and this church is mother and teacher of the other churches, the Latin rite should be preferred to all other rites.
Latin priests could not easily travel to the few Latin churches there to celebrate Mass since those churches were so far from their own place of residence.
With the agreement of the Ruthenians, Latin priests were allowed to celebrate Mass in the Latin rite in the Ruthenian churches, and on the.
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 Cardinal Alfons Stickler
Now the pre-conciliar Latin rite was really recognized after it had been changed, because as you know, exception was given immediately for old priests, and in England you had Cardinal Heenan who obtained the Indult forWales in 1971.
Consequently a new authority was given to the old rite on the basis of the liturgical constitution of the Council itself.
You know that the Oriental Church [Eastern Rites] had saved the common truth, that is the Catholic truth, by preserving the sacraments because they were attached so strongly to the rite which they would never change.
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 The Latin Mass Society of Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
SHRULE man John Henegan, one of those to the forefront in pro moting the Latin rite of the Mass in Connacht, says they expect a large attendance when the national pilgrimage of people devoted to the Tridentine rite of the Mass takes place in Knock Shrine on September 3rd.
Each time that the traditional rite of the Mass was held in Galway city in recent years it got the approval of Bishop McLoughlin initially and more recently the ceremony in Renmore was given the go-ahead by the newly appointed Bishop Martin Drennan.
He concluded that the Latin Mass Society of Ireland are delighted to have again got the approval of the Archbishop of Tuam to encourage all Catholics of good standing to attend the Tridentine Mass in the old Church in Knock on September 3rd.
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 Latin Mass Community   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Saint Francis de Sales Latin Mass community was established by Archbishop John F. Donoghue for those who desire the traditional Latin Rite in the Archdiocese of Atlanta.
Membership is offered to all of the Archdiocese of Atlanta who desire to participate in the venerable Latin Rite of the Catholic Church, and who wish to partake of the fullness of the Church's rich liturgical tradition.
It was founded in 1988 by Pope John Paul II for the express purpose of preserving the traditional Latin Rite, according to the Moto Proprio Ecclesia Dei.
www.archatl.com /parishes/latinmass.html   (550 words)

  
 Liturgy & Liturgical Law Forum: Differing Catholic Rites   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Pope is the head of the Latin rite IN ADDITION to being head of the entire Catholic Church which would include the Eastern Rites.
Eastern Rites (Byzantine, etc) have there own distinct histories and traditions, but they are fully united with the others rites and the Latin Rite under the Pope.
They have different liturgical rites and traditions as well, but again it is all united with all other Liturgy as the universal prayer of the Church.
www.saint-mike.org /apologetics/qa/answers/apol_liturgy/l0406240073.html   (410 words)

  
 Tridentine Latin Rite - Maybe a Simple Solution   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Two hundred years old Eastern Rites are permitted, yet those of the five hundred years old Tridentine Rite are treated as second class Catholics.
For the establishment of the Tridentine Rite for the United States, may we humbly suggest that, in time, an archbishop and two regional auxiliaries be named, as with the Maronites, where their ordinary is in New York and an auxiliary in California.
Three are most enthusiastic and very much in favor of a separate Tridentine Latin Rite, concerned that so many lay Catholics have been suffering for over 20 years.
www.sspx.ca /Angelus/1987_November/Tridentine_Rite.htm   (556 words)

  
 Catholic Community Forum Discussion Groups - A question on the Mass: new and old   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Yes, both are independent rites and both are used in the Latin Rite of the Church as of the moment.
The Mass Rite as Paul the Sixth said himself is not a continuation of the older mass rite but is a new rite in of it’s own nature although keeping with the teachings of the Church, which we can tell there is no major error in the new rite of the Mass.
Because two rites exist it is lawful in the eyes of the Church that both rites of the Mass may be said at the same time.
www.catholic-forum.com /forums/showthread.php?t=5587   (3123 words)

  
 ESTABLISHMENT OF THE LATIN - TRIDENTINE RITE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Synod of the Russian Orthodox Church revised the Gregorian Rite as practiced in the Roman Church, and approved a form of the Gregorian Rite for Orthodox use, thus establishing a Western Rite within the Russian Orthodox Church.
The establishment of a Western Rite was later made by The American Orthodox Church, which was established by the Russian Patriarch in the early Twentieth Century, and in The Society of Clerks Secular, established by the American Orthodox Church, and also by the Antiochian Orthodox Church in its Diocese of America.
Second, during the last thirty years of the second millennium, the Latin language fell into liturgical disfavor in the West, leaving many who prefer Latin in worship, unable to participate in their favored form of worship.
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 Whatever Happened to the Traditional Latin Roman Rite?
The traditional Latin Mass is now the only form of Mass available to us in which all these qualities abound, and where every word spoken, every gesture performed by the priest as he offers the Divine Victim to the Heavenly Father is perfectly attuned to this supreme act of worship.
In the old rite the Church sets forth in a fully explicit way her doctrine of the Communion of Saints by which we are united in a bond of fellowship with all the faithful living and dead.
In 1984 the Holy Father issued an Indult for the traditional Latin Mass to be celebrated world-wide.
www.latin-mass-society.org /whateverhappened.htm   (1697 words)

  
 The Traditional Latin Rite in the Church Today
As you know, the Council of Trent tried to unify the western rites and decreed that rites over 200 years old could remain, the more recent rites were to be suppressed.
But there are other rites at the moment in the west; they may be particular and localised but they exist.
These same liturgists tell us of the wonders of ancient rites; of the wonder of baptisms as celebrated in 5th century Syria, but one mention of the Tridentine Mass and it's as though you asked them to deny the very existence of God.
www.latin-mass-society.org /preston.htm   (3779 words)

  
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This manual is limited in scope to the servers duties during Holy Sacrifice of the Mass in the Latin Rite of the Catholic Church.
Since its publication on the internet is has been modified by other parishes and Rites of the Catholic Church to suite parish, diocese and Rites to be useful in their needs.
You shall observe this rite as an ordinance for you and for your sons for ever.
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