PODCAzT 40: Eusebius of Vercelli in exile; my column in The Wanderer about detractors of Summorum Pontificum




In today’s PODCAzT you will hear excerpts of a tender letter (ep. 2) from an exiled St. Eusebius of Vercelli to his
flock. I have a rather longer selection of the Latin original this time. Also, I read my latest column for The Wanderer, wherein I hit detractors of Summorum Pontificum pretty hard.
039  St. Augustine on Christ the Mediator; “for all” or “for many”?
038  Ratzinger on “active participation”; The Sabine Farm; Merry del Val’s music
037  The position of the altar and the priest’s “back to the people”
036  St. Augustine on John the Baptist; Ut queant laxis 

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8 Responses to PODCAzT 40: Eusebius of Vercelli in exile; my column in The Wanderer about detractors of Summorum Pontificum

  1. William A. Torchia, Esquire says:

    Are these articles available read?

    William A. Torchia, Esquire
    Philadelphia

  2. William: By subscribing to The Wanderer, they are available in print. You can visit their website.

  3. mike says:

    Father Z,

    Again, very enjoyable. Thanks.

    m

  4. Janet says:

    Great podcast Fr, and as always I love hearing you read Latin to us. Slowly I’m learning how to pronounce it, even if I don’t understand what is being said.

  5. Pleased as Punch says:

    Dear Father Z, lovely post. But why pronounce Eusebius as “Eh-ooh-sebius” in English?
    Why not simply say “Yooh-sebius,” much as we say “Yooh-phoria,” “Yoohphemism,” and
    “Yooh-charist”? When speaking or reading aloud Greek and Latin, then one can say,
    “Eh-ooh-sebius.” In this way the received English pronunciation is preserved, and
    the diphthongs proper to Greek and Latin retain their proper place.

  6. Pleased: Feel free to say his name any way you wish.

  7. James says:

    Great podcast, Father Z.

    You play some wonderful music on these podcasts. What is the title of the French song?

  8. James says:

    Great podcast, Father Z.

    You play some wonderful music on these podcasts. What is the title of the French song?