2009 UVNA Latin Mass Conference:
Introduction to the Extraordinary Form


UVNA-Conference-2009-poster-01In this set of conference lectures, Fr. Justin Nolan, FSSP discusses the rich theology behind the Traditional Latin Mass.

Newcomers to the Traditional Latin Mass will find these lectures very enlightening, as they explain some of the forgotten tenets of the Catholic faith, the purpose of liturgical worship, and why traditional Catholics remain so connected to the Tridentine Rite.

Long-time traditionalists will also find these lectures inspiring and—perhaps at times—surprising, as they reveal some obscure, yet gravely valuable, principles of the faith.

Listening to these lectures is an excellent way for anyone—laity or priests—to grow spiritually and intellectually in their faith.


Conference Audio

2009-UVNA-Latin-Mass-Conference-Audio.zip


Diagrams

We were pleased to discover that the author of the Catholic Heart and Mind Blog had created several very helpful diagrams for these workshop lectures.  Those diagrams can be found at the following link:

Diagrams for the audio of the Mass workshop, revised set