Liturgitalk Episode 1: The Nature and Liturgical Principles of the Mass

http://walkinginthedesert.com/podcast/The%20Nature%20and%20Liturgical%20Principles%20of%20the%20Mass.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS In this first liturgitalk podcast episode, we discuss the nature and various liturgical principles of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. We discuss why we need sacrifice to begin with and how it is tied to […]

Episode 1: Proving the Existence of God Using Aquinas’ Five Ways

http://walkinginthedesert.com/podcast/Episode%201;%20Proving%20the%20Existence%20of%20God%20using%20Aquinas'%20Five%20Ways.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Can the existence of God be proved? Isn’t it an act of faith and hence something we must accept with no natural or reasonable proof apart from an act of faith? Saint Thomas Aquinas states the […]

Intro

http://walkinginthedesert.com/podcast/Intro.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS This is the introductory episode to the Walking In The Desert Podcast. In this introduction I give a brief background as to who I am and as to the nature and purpose of the podcast. I […]

On Tunicled Acolytes

There is an idea that I have been toying around for some months now; that is the practice of tunicled acolytes. Normally, we can see tunicled crucifers alone in some Latin Mass communities, but in our case the practice of tunicled acolytes go far back to the days […]

Tradition Does Indeed Begin at Home

A little over two years ago traditionalist Catholic writer Kevin Tierney wrote a piece titled Tradition Begins at Home.” It was a very good article that addressed an issue that has been overlooked by many well-meaning traditionalists and other conservative orientated Catholics. This has to do namely with […]

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