Monday, July 09, 2007

EWTN Motu Proprio Special

Tonight on EWTN:

THE WORLD OVER LIVE SPECIAL:
ANALYSIS OF MOTU PROPIO: SUMMORUM PONTIFICUM

Host Raymond Arroyo will discuss the newly- released papal document by Pope Benedict XVI widening use of the 1962 Roman Missal.
Guest include:
Most Rev. Fabian Bruskewitz, Bishop of Lincoln, Nebraska
Monsignor James Moroney, Executive Director of the USCCB Secretariat for the Liturgy
Fr. Kenneth Baker, SJ, Editor of Homiletic & Pastoral Review
Most Rev. Thomas G. Doran, Bishop of Rockford, Illinois
Fr. George Gabet, FSSP, North American District Superior of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter
July 9, 9 PM Live
July 13, 8 PM Encore

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just a quick queston. In all sincerity, how can one accept The Pope (pick one, any one)as the one human being on earth directly connected to God's ear? A Pope is just a human as we all are. Just because one individual can execute, exhibit and demonstrate the discipline that he has been groomed for all of his life doesn't make him more holy than (theoretically) my next door neighbor who might have more faith than he?

with respect,
Camille in Philly

Matt said...

Hi Camille,

You have actually touched on my next topic for the current series. Right now I'm travelling but when I have time I will devote an entire post to your comment.

-Matt

Biby Cletus said...

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you have a cool blog. Do keep up the good work. I'll be back for more. i live
far from where you live. its nice to be able to see what people from across
the world thinks.

On a related note perhaps you might find the following article interesting.
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Historical
Facts on Essene Culture


Warm Regards from the Other Side of the Moon.
Bijoy Cletus - Kerala, India

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