ADVENTCAzT 2021: 10 – Tuesday 2nd Week of Advent – “Derepénte púero Ambrósium epíscopum exclamánte, univérsi pópuli vox erúpit.”

One of a series of 5 minute daily podcasts during Advent 2021. Today we hear about St. Ambrose, whose feast it is, from the 3rd Reading of the Office of Matins in the Breviarium Romanum. Then, Ambrose instructs us on how to give alms.

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  2. Ms. M-S says:

    Thank you, Fr. Z!

  3. Semper Gumby says:

    Thanks Fr. Z.

    The intro raised a few inquiries about the Catholic Mozarabic rite of Islamic-occupied Spain.

    Mozarabic is from the Arabic “musta’rib”- to Arabize (not Islamicize, rather Christians preserving their faith under Islam).

    “Pacem meam”- open comments for Latin transcript by Sebastian Ortiz.

    https://youtu.be/icbNvn9cISk

    Save this one for Lent, “Attende domine”:

    https://youtu.be/FfeCuZpXk54

    The Mozarabic Rite (also known as “Visigothic”) from Liturgical Arts Journal:

    https://www.liturgicalartsjournal.com/2021/05/liturgical-notes-on-mozarabic-rite-or.html?

    A popular hike (and cycling) today in northern Spain is the Camino de Santiago, which connects various pilgrim trails throughout Europe with the Basilica in Santiago de Compostela. There is a Mozarabic trail (known in English as “Silver” probably from Spanish “Plata” from Arabic “balaata” (flagstone or paving stone, interestingly from the same triconsonant root: “balaat” royal court or royal palace). Usually, the”Silver” trail starts in Seville (where Christopher Columbus later set sail), sometimes Cadiz on the coast, and heads north to Compostela. The “Camino Mozarabe” includes Granada and Cordoba east of Seville, eventually joining the Silver.

  4. Mariana2 says:

    Thanks, Father!

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