Incredible stuff. NLM is always a gold mine when it comes to liturgical eye candy.
Beautiful.Wonder how long it takes to light all those candles?
Eye candy? http://www.newliturgicalmovement.org/2010/04/modest-proposal-speaking-of-liturgical.html
Folks I have changed the headline of this post to language more suited to the sacred liturgy after receiving a kind correction from a person with good intentions. Mea culpa.
my guess for those photos would be gregory dipippo (rome writer for NLM) or he would know who took them. you can grab his email from the sidebar on the NLM site. that is my parish when i am in rome & it is every bit as wonderful a blessing as you might gather from those photos. if you are ever going back to rome, please feel free to email me & i will happily give you any help you need in getting to this magnificent FSSP parish. a blessed new year to you!
Thank you qualcosa di belloI believe this was also the church where photos were taken from a requiem Mass on All Souls. It will probably be a very long time before I ever get to Rome again, but I hope that I do because there were so many churches I didn't get to visit, like this one. I appreciate your generous offer and should I be so blessed again, I will take you up on it.A blessed new year to you too!Joyce
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