Daily Archives: 20 July 2007

Archbp. Burke on the Motu Proprio

One of WDTPRS’s favorites, His Excellency Most Reverend Raymond Burke, Archbishop of St. Louis, has a statement about Summorum Pontificum.  It was published on website of the Archdiocese.   I edted out the section on Natural Family Planning.
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Archbp. Kurtz of Louisville on Summorum Pontificum

The new Archbishop of  Louisville writes about Summorum Pontificum in The Record.  My emphases and comments.
All in all, this is a very nice article.
Column by Archbishop KurtzPope Benedict’s document on the use of the traditional Latin MassArchbishop Joseph E. KurtzArchbishop … Continue reading

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The Catholic Spirit of Archd. of St.Paul/Minneapolis on older Mass

The newspaper of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has an article about the older form of Mass.   
My emphases and comments. 
South St. Paul parish welcomes Tridentine Mass directivePope loosens restrictions on celebrating Latin language pre-Vatican II liturgy, … Continue reading

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Bp. Finn of Kansas City-St. Joseph on Summorum Pontificum

Here is an article in The Catholic Key by His Excellency Most Reverend Robert W. Finn, Bishop of Kansas City-St. Joseph.  In the article, the questions at the beginning of paragraphs are in bold.  I have added my own … Continue reading

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Archbp. Vlazny of Portland on the older form of Mass

An article from September 2006 – NB: 2006 – by His Excellency Most Rev John Vlazny, Archbishop of Portland in The Sentinel gives us insight into his view of the older form of Mass.  
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Diocese of Orange: older Mass but with newer Lectionary

In The California Catholic there is a fascinating piece.
My emphases and comments.
Published: July 20, 2007“I wholeheartedly accede”
Tridentine Mass returning to St. Mary’s By the Sea in Huntington Beach, but Sunday readings will remain in the vernacular and from the … Continue reading

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