Daily Archives: 7 July 2008

Stalled again: USCCB fails to pass draft translation of Proper of Seasons

The USCCB says, the draft translation for the Missale Romanum texts for the "Proper of Seasons" failed to obtain a 2/3 majority of favorable votes.  Back to the drawing board. I think we have reasons to be irritated about this.  … Continue reading

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Amato to Saints, Ladaria to CDF?

The intrepid Andrea Tornielli of Il Giornale has a solid on some changes.  Here is my fast translation: Before Benedict XVI’s departure for the long trip to Australia, which will take place mext Saturday, the name of the new Vatican … Continue reading

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ZENIT and Fr. Z: “Summorum Pontificum” One Year Later (Part 2)

Yesterday, part 1 on an interview I did with ZENIT was published.  I have it here. This is part 2, on ZENIT today.  My emphases. "Summorum Pontificum" One Year Later (Part 2) Father John Zuhlsdorf Analyzes its Effects By Annamarie … Continue reading

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7 July: Your reflections on Summorum Pontificum one year later

One year today the text of Summorum Pontificum was released. I clearly recall having gathered the necessary bottles of Veuve Clicquot and getting up at oh-dark-hundred to use my access to the Holy See Press’ Offices embargo area to find … Continue reading

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On the road

I am away from the Sabine Farm for the next few days, so the attention I can give to the blog will be decreased. Still, some of you might know how to send me messages if something noteworthy, requiring my … Continue reading

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Rorate: rumor of a new Prefect for CDW becoming firmer

This is on Rorate. [Antonio] Cardinal Cañizares Llovera, Primate of Spain [Archbp. of Toledo]: the new Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments? The Spanish press, which had anticipated the move for months, does … Continue reading

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