Have you seen Benedict XVI TV?

This fellow is putting online some video of the Holy Father’s public events.

He links to texts also.

Very handy. 

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  1. Ed says:

    Thanks for passing along this wonderful resource, Fr. Z.

  2. Josephus muris maliensis says:

    Brilliant resource which a priest friend passed to me some while ago.

    The video “One day in the life of a Bavarian Pope” (link on right menu) is a must see. It was made in the first year of the pontificate. Quite charming.

    It is also a useful site for seeing some of the more splendid vatican liturgical ceremonies, and allows one to hear the unique sound of the Capella Sistina – this latter a dubious blessing!

  3. pelerin says:

    I echo Josephus’ comment. I have just watched ‘A day in the life of the Pope’ before seeing his comment. It is a charming insight into what goes on ‘behind the scenes’ as it were. Thank you Fr z for directing us to this site. It is also good for attempting to understand the Italian language too.

  4. PMcGrath says:

    Also, the fellow who is doing this is Russian. You can see that from some of the links on his page.

  5. Daniel says:

    It’s great to have access to the footage of the Inauguration Mass – such a joyous occasion.

  6. Thomas says:

    Man, I never get tired of watching that “Habemus Papam” video. Maybe the single most thrilling and purely joyful moment of my young life.

  7. courtney walsh says:

    grazie mille e tanti saluti da roma. this is very interesting. all the best!

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