Daily Archives: 20 April 2008

Benedict XVI’s sermon at the Mass in the Bronx

 Here is the text of the Holy Father’s sermon for his Holy Mass in The Bronx, in NYC.  My emphases and comments: 

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, In the Gospel we have just heard, Jesus tells his Apostles to … Continue reading

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Comments on the Pope’s Mass in the Bronx – updated

I will post some comments on the Holy Father’s Mass as it progresses.  I sincerely hope it will be fruitful for all who follow it! As soon as the Holy Father finishes his sermon, I will post it in another … Continue reading

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Msgr. Richard J. Schuler: +20 April 2007 – RIP

One year ago, a pivotal figure for liturgy and sacred music in the American, indeed international Church died.  Msgr. Richard J. Schuler’s first anniversay is today. I humbly ask that you say a prayer today for the respose of his … Continue reading

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Sen. Boxer (D-CA) tried to block resolution to welcome Benedict XVI

From and California Catholic Daily and Sancte Pater where WDTPRS’s photoshopper Vincenzo holds forth, we have news of this stunningly dopey move on the part of a member of the US Senate. Sen. Barbara Boxer holds up resolution welcoming Benedict … Continue reading

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SSPX refuses to sign an agreement with the Holy See

Several readers yesterday sent me e-mails about something that our friends over at Rorate have finally posted on. I hesitated to post about this today, but in retrospect, I think it oughtt o be put out there, but with my … Continue reading

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Photos from Card. Castrillion’s Pontifical TLM in Rome

Check out Orbis Catholicus for photos of H.E. Card. Castrillon Hoyos Pontifical TLM in Rome. A sample or two.

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Benedict XVI’s Prayer at Ground Zero

Benedict XVI’s prayer at Ground Zero: O God of love, compassion, and healing,look on us, people of many different faiths and traditions,who gather today at this site,the scene of incredible violence and pain. We ask you in your goodnessto give … Continue reading

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Fr. Imbelli at Boston College: ad orientem with students

UPDATE: Fr. Imbelli responds! (See the comments.)Our friend Amy alerted me to an article in Commonweal which could be of interest to WDTPRSers. My emphases and comments. A Posture for Prayer Posted by [Fr.] Robert P. Imbelli [prof at Boston … Continue reading

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