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  1. Aug 31, 2021 · The Catholic Church. A Roman Catholic diocese or a Roman Catholic parish, so named, is referring to predominant liturgical expression of using the Roman Rite of the liturgy. However, following the example of the Second Vatican Council, we ought to use the term Catholic Church when describing the universal Church.

  2. Why was Catholic Mass in Latin? Christians in Rome adopted Latin and it became the Church’s language in the fourth century. Saint Jerome’s Bible translation into Latin is called the Vulgate because it used common (or “vulgar”) Latin . With Scripture in Latin , the Church adopted the Roman tongue for its mass everywhere.

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  4. Sep 02, 2021 · In a technical sense, the Roman Catholic Church teaches that what happens on the altar at the Novus Ordo Mass (the ‘new order of the Mass’ instituted after Vatican II around 1970 worldwide) is the same thing as what happens on the altar at the Traditional Latin Mass (which endured essentially as-is since circa A.D. 600, with many elements ...

  5. Aug 05, 2021 · However, the Mass of Pope St. Paul VI, the Novus Ordo, is, as Pope Francis states, the unique expression of the liturgy of the Latin Rite of the Catholic Church, and in celebrating it we are called to be one in the Lord. The Second Vatican Council called the liturgy of the Church the “Source and the Summit” of all the Church’s activity.

  6. Sep 02, 2018 · The loss of the exorcistic power of Latin has created a spiritual vacuum in the liturgy and the overall life of the Church that has been filled by many of the worldly desolations of the Church’s current crisis. This is not to deny the essential holiness of Christ’s Church and the promise of the Holy Spirit’s guidance through history.

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  7. The Creed which we recite on Sundays and holy days speaks of one, holy, catholic and apostolic Church. As everybody knows, however, the Church referred to in this Creed is more commonly called just the Catholic Church. It is not, by the way, properly called the Roman Catholic Church, but simply the Catholic Church.