What non-Roman rite liturgies have you been to?
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(01-07-2013, 02:17 PM)newyorkcatholic Wrote: Byzantine Rite DL - Ukrainian - Catholic - Julian Calendar
Byzantine Rite DL - Ukrainian - Catholic - Gregorian Calendar
Byzantine Rite DL - Russian - Catholic - Gregorian Calendar
Byzantine Rite DL - Russian - Orthodox - Julian Calendar
Byzantine Rite Vespers - Russian - Catholic - Gregorian Calendar

Dominican Rite Solemn High Mass

Dominican NO Vespers, Dominican NO Compline

Excluded by the question: TLM, Traditional Vespers, Traditional Matins/Lauds, NO, NO vespers, NO lauds

Would like to see: Syro-Malabar, Syro-Malankara, Ge'ez, Coptic, Melkite

Do the Dominicans do the NO in a different way from the usually. I have been to a traditional Dominican rite mass and the differences from the Tridentine mass were pretty obvious.
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(01-07-2013, 02:22 PM)LongfellowDeeds Wrote:
(01-07-2013, 10:19 AM)DoktorDespot Wrote:
(01-07-2013, 09:57 AM)Scriptorium Wrote: Only Syro-malankara, one time. There are other options in the diocese, but at this point in the game we're working on uniformity and stability, for the kids. Although, we may swing over for an Anglican Use Mass just to see how that is.

I have been meaning to go a Syro-malankara liturgy but I just haven't gotten around to it yet. I've been trying to find the text of their liturgy in English so I have the slightest idea what's going on.

As for the Anglican use I often go there for daily mass (8 min round trip versus hour round trip at incovenient time for the TLM and I know the staff at the AU parish well). The masses are oferred exclusively ad oreintem, communion is on the tongue kneeling (by intinction). The actually rite is somewhat strange it's kind if like if someone took the NO, TLM, eastern liturgies and the Book of common prayer and mixed the together. They always use the roman canon which is nice. I actually went to a Solemn High Mass at the Anglican use yesterday Nd the ceremonial very similar to that of the TLM. There are also the traditional ablutions with wine and water after communion.

Is that Our Lady of the Atonement, by chance?

No Our Lady of Walsingham in Houston TX. I have been to Our Lady of Atonement though - they do things very slightly different there. I wonder if that is because Walsingham is part of the Ordinariate now, but Atonement isn't.
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(01-07-2013, 04:55 AM)jovan66102 Wrote: Which Byzantine Rite? There are fourteen Byzantine Rite Catholic Churches (including the Ukrainians). :) You probably mean Ruthenian Rite, since in the US, they simply call themselves Byzantine Rite Catholics.

I don't know.  It was in Toronto at St. Basil's, around 2005-6.  No details were given on the announcement poster, to my memory.

There's a Ukrainian Catholic church not far from me that has a daily DL in the morning, and I went once and was the only one there besides the priest and the singers (sorry for the bad terminology).  I thought it was very impressive that they offer this every day, even if no one comes.  I know that priests offer Mass every day even if they're alone, but it still impressed me.
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(01-07-2013, 01:48 AM)DoktorDespot Wrote: It is one of my personal goals to attend mass (or Divine Liturgy for the East) celebrated according to every liturgical rite of the Church. I am curious as to what different rites everyone has experienced beyond the regular roman rite( TLM and NO).

I will start. I have been to:

Dominican rite Missa Cantata
Traditional Cistercian rite mass (which I served at)
Anglican use mass (really part if the roman rite but different enough that I count it)
Melkite DL
Maronite DL
Ruthenian Catholic DL
Ukrainian Catholic DL
Syro-Malabar DL

With the exception of the Cisterian rite and Dominican rite, those are exactly all the same ones I've attended.
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I'm not sure this fits, but...
Years ago I attended a Greek Orthodox Mass. It was beautiful but it unsettled me in several ways.
I've also been to an Episcopal "Mass"?/Service.
And I don't know what to call it but I attended one Mass that had bean bags, guitars, folk music... It was at a Roman Catholic Church fellowship hall. I wasn't sure if I should include it but it definitely wasn't a proper Mass so I decided I would.
~nan
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(01-07-2013, 02:23 PM)DoktorDespot Wrote:
(01-07-2013, 02:17 PM)newyorkcatholic Wrote: Byzantine Rite DL - Ukrainian - Catholic - Julian Calendar
Byzantine Rite DL - Ukrainian - Catholic - Gregorian Calendar
Byzantine Rite DL - Russian - Catholic - Gregorian Calendar
Byzantine Rite DL - Russian - Orthodox - Julian Calendar
Byzantine Rite Vespers - Russian - Catholic - Gregorian Calendar

Dominican Rite Solemn High Mass

Dominican NO Vespers, Dominican NO Compline

Excluded by the question: TLM, Traditional Vespers, Traditional Matins/Lauds, NO, NO vespers, NO lauds

Would like to see: Syro-Malabar, Syro-Malankara, Ge'ez, Coptic, Melkite

Do the Dominicans do the NO in a different way from the usually. I have been to a traditional Dominican rite mass and the differences from the Tridentine mass were pretty obvious.

Very minor. Different confiteor, for example (mentions St. Dominic, and in the house they don't say "sisters" just "brothers" for obvious reasons).  But otherwise it's the same NO Missal.
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(01-07-2013, 02:31 AM)per_passionem_eius Wrote: The only other ones I've been to are the Byzantine rite, and the Ukrainian.  They both remind me of lace, for how delicate they are, because of all the singing.  Nice memories.
Nothing delicate about ukrainians and I dont belive there is a stich of lace in a byzantine/ukrainian vestuary.

I went to a marionite once...it was very odd in that it seemed NO and uber ethnic
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Maronite daily DL.
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I have been to the TLM and the Ukrainian Catholic Divine Liturgy. I also a few times attended an Antiochian Orthodox Divine Liturgy. I believe the Ge'ez Rite is only celebrated in one place in the United States, which is literally down the street a few miles from where I live. I should really get around to going soon.
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Ukranian Greek Catholic Divine Liturgy
Eritrian Ge'ez Divine Liturgy
Russian Catholic Divine Liturgy
Dominican Rite TLM
Greek Orthodox Liturgy of the Pre-Sanctified Gifts
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