The Reformed Chaldean Mass
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The Reformed Chaldean Mass is the work of a Patriarchal Liturgical Committee begun by Patriarch Raphael I Bidawid of blessed memory, interacting with the whole hierarchy of the Chaldean Church and continued under the patronage of our last beloved Patriarch Mar Emmanuel III Delly. The Committee, comprised of experts in the Chaldean Liturgy, worked in cooperation with the Chaldean Synod of bishops for fifteen years before the Text of the Reformed Mass was finalized, approved and presented to the Holy See for official recognition. The most significant dates are as follows:
- November 12, 2005 – the Chaldean Holy Synod in Rome approves the Reformed Missal.
- February 18, 2006 – the Vatican gives the Reformed Missal its official recognition.
- January 6, 2007 – the date given for the beginning of the New Mass by the Chaldean Holy Synod held in Shaqlawa, Iraq on May 9-11, 2006.
Below are links to our most popular articles regarding the reformed Chaldean Mass:
- Q & A on the Reformed Chaldean Mass
- Presentation of the Reformed Chaldean Missal
- Book for Shamashe
- Book for People in Chaldean
- Book for People in English
- Chaldean Liturgy Course