Today, in the post-Conciliar calendar, is the feast of St. Peter Chrysologus, “of the golden speech”. I made a PODCAzT about something Peter wrote some years ago for a 1 May Feast of Joseph observance and beginning of the month dedicated to Mary.
Here is his entry in the 2005 Roman Martyrology:
Sancti Petri, cognomento Chrysologi, episcopi Ravennatensis et Ecclesie doctoris, qui beati Apostoli nactus cognomen, eiusdem munus ita perfecit, ut caelestis doctrinae reti in fidem turbas concluderet et divini sermonis dulcedine satiaret. Ipsius vero transitus Fori Cornelii in Flaminia crastina die advenit.
Who will work on this for us? Let’s hear your own flawless English rendering, as my old mentor Fr. Foster would write on our Ludi Domestici in his small caps.
UPDATE: I listened to that old PODCAzT. Pretty good, even though I say so myself! The reading from Peter Chrysologus, all about God’s love and about sacrifice is remarkable. In this PODCAzT I talk about the very first time I met Fr. Tim Finigan.