Today I have an interview with newly ordained Fr. Justin Nolan of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, the FSSP.
We talk about Summorum Pontificum, the Motu Proprio of Pope Benedict XVI which derestricted the use of the 1962 Missale Romanum. Father has some excellent insights about what Pope Benedict was aiming at with this Motu Proprio.
I then drill into a couple of his remarks, especially as they related to the sense of the sacred, what the priest’s consecrated hands are all about, and the ramifications the recovery of these ideas may have for our choice about how to distribute Holy Communion.
We also has some voice mail feedback about the WDTPRS store, which has some "Say the Black do the Red" items.
UPDATE: I believe that the iTunes feed is working again… mysteriously. I see that I have had a few hundred downloads from the feed. That must be from iTunes.