Daily Archives: 27 June 2006

Pro multis

In the left-wing English The Tablet (June 24, 2006), there is an interesting bit about the “pro multis” issue. Emphasis mine: “Turning down some proposals, the bishops noted the ‘expressed intention of the Holy See’ to decide in short order … Continue reading

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The Bartolucci Chronicles: 2

Sandro Magister has weighed into the concert in the Sistina with Dominco Bartolucci in the presence of the Roman Pontiff.  I commented on this already. Here is Sandro.  Very interesting: The person responsible for Bartolucci’s removal in 1997 was the … Continue reading

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Aggiornamento and ressourcement

An esteemed commenter noted in another entry that aggiornamento and ressourcement must go hand in hand in order to be faithful to both. For without ressourcement, aggiornamento loses its bearings, and with out aggiornamento, ressourcement fails to effectively fulfill any … Continue reading

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Pondering the Bartolucci issue

Pope Benedict doesn’t do things with out reasons. At the concert the other day, which you have all read about by now, the Pope said: "Sacred polyphony, especially the so-called ‘Roman school,’ is a legacy that must be carefully conserved, … Continue reading

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