Epiphany is our focus today, on this great feast. We hear from St. Pope Leo the Great (+461) and explore the origins of Epiphany and some of the beautiful customs associated with it.
Then I address some of your feedback. First, I examine the claim made by some that the late Archbishop Marcel Lefevbre is like a modern day St. Athanasius (+373) about whom I spoke in the last PODCAzT.
[HINT: I don’t think so.]
Also, we hear voicemail from a famous blogger in England.
Throughout we hear some Gregorian chant for Epiphany, a slice of Respighi’s Feste Romane inspired by La Befana, an Italian children’s ditty about the same La Befana, and at the end, something a bit less serious.
Well…. a lot less serious.