This time we hear St. Augustine of Hippo’s tr. 124 on the Gospel of John, in which he explores what Christ meant when He told Peter to follow Him but told John that He would have to stay until He came.
Also, I sang a “Tridentine” Requiem today for Msgr. Richard Schuler, whose 30th day after death has arrived. I have audio clips.
You might just hear a version of the Our Father in Latin sung in a tone you haven’t heard before if you haven’t been to a Requiem cantata. In the Extraordinary Form for sung Masses on ferias and for Requiem Masses the priest sings the Our Father in a simpler tone, as also he does with the Preface.
We also dig into why St. Peter Celestine V, Pope (+1296) winds up in Dante’s Inferno.