See this online text:
- “Inner Dynamics of Divine Worship: Joseph Ratzinger on Liturgical Development” / “Wewnętrzny dynamizm kultu Bożego. Joseph Ratzinger o rozwoju liturgii”, by Mariusz Biliniewicz, Ph.D., Wrocławski Przegląd Teologiczny, Vol. 22, No. 1 (2014): pp. 21-36. Text in English. Available in pdf format at Czasopisma humanistyczne.
See also the texts listed on the pages Eastern Catholicism and Liturgy, and on the posts “Ritual in the Age of Authenticity: An Ethnography of Latin Mass Catholics” and “Worth-it ebook: “The Genius and Timeliness of the Traditional Latin Mass”, by Peter Kwasniewski“; as well as the following related text(s):
- “Aspects of the Liturgical Magisterium”, by Prof. Peter A. Kwasniewski, Ph.D. (2000). An essay in 3 parts:
- “Adora Patrem In Spiritu Et Veritate: Aspects of the Liturgical Magisterium, Part 1”, The Catholic Faith (January/February 2000): pp. 45 – 52. May be read online on this page of Catholic Culture. (According to the webpage: “This first article will briefly consider some general points, including questions of jurisdiction, the character of liturgy, the meaning of legitimate diversity, and the use of Latin in the Modern Roman Rite.”)
- “Cantate Domino Canticum Novum: Aspects of the Liturgical Magisterium, Part 2”, The Catholic Faith (March/April 2000): pp. 14 – 23. May be read online on this page of Catholic Culture. (According to the webpage: “This second article speaks of sacred music, especially Gregorian chant, and its role in the liturgy.”)
- “Introibo Ad Altare Dei: Aspects of the Liturgical Magisterium, Part 3, The Catholic Faith (May/June 2000): pp. 28 – 35. May be read online on this page of Catholic Culture. According to the webpage: “This third and last article addresses the resurgence of the Classical or Ancient Roman Rite — familiarly known as the Tridentine rite — and what Holy Mother Church permits and recommends in its regard.”
- “Divine Worship and the Liturgical Vitality of the Church”, by Archbishop J. Augustine Di Noia, O.P., Ph.D., Antiphon, Vol. 19, No. 2 (2015) pp. 109–115. Available in pdf format on this page at the Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter.
- The Mass: A Study of the Roman Liturgy, by Adrian Fortescue [1874-1923] (London, New York, Toronto, Bombay, Calcutta, Madras: Longmans, Green and Co., 1922). May be read online, and available in pdf, mobi, epub, and other formats, at Internet Archive.
On the Commemoration of Pope St. Telesphorus in the Latin Church (Roman Rite). For other texts and ebooks, you may access the List of Free eBooks (Arranged by Title), the List of Free eBooks (Grouped by Subject), the List of Worth-It Catholic Books & eBooks, and the main page of the Catholic eBooks Project.
“For as the body is one, and hath many members: and all the members of the body, whereas they are many, yet are one body: so also is Christ… God hath tempered the body together, giving the more abundant honour to that which wanted it, That there might be no schism in the body; but the members might be mutually careful one for another. (I Corinthians xii, 12, 24-25)