Old Mass at Cambridge for Vocations

Fra Lawrence OP, author of Contemplata aliis Tradere has a post today with photos about a Mass for Vocations in the Traditional Roman Rite at St John's College Chapel in Cambridge.

Contemplata aliis tradere is one of the mottoes of the Order of Preachers (aka the Dominicans) . It comes from the Summa Theologica 2a 2ae q188 a.6, corpus (that's the Latin version. Here is the English translation). It means "to pass on to others the things that have been contemplated" which is a perfect definition of what preaching should be.

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