Sunday, July 15, 2007

Summorum Pontificum - July 15, 2007

News & Commentary

Fr. Zuhlsdorf's Analysis Steubenville, Bp. Conlon, and Summorum Pontificum
Article by Fr Guy Nicholls in the 15 July parish newsletter of the Birmingham Oratory (UK).
The Tablet - Beyond language - Mark Francis
The View from Virginia - Catholics split on newly-revived Latin Mass
The view from Pittsburgh - Demand may rise with Pope's approval of Latin Mass
The view from Peoria - Ancient Latin Mass given new freedom
Bishop D'Arcy (of Fort Wayne - South Bend) responds to pope's decree - Asks FSSP fopr help.
Zenit - French Prelate Welcomes "Summorum Pontificum"
Pope Extends Use of the "1962 Missal"-- What Does this Mean? By Helen Hull Hitchcock

Diocesan Reactions

Diocese of Gary, IN - BISHOP MELCZEK
Diocese of Bridgeport, CT - THE MOST REVEREND WILLIAM E. LORI, S.T.D.,
Diocese of Peoria, Ill - The Catholic Post

Summorum Pontificum Contact Database - In an effort to help Catholics who want to see the Traditional Latin Mass in their diocese connect with priests who want to provide the Traditional Latin Mass, LumenGentleman is now hosting a contacts database to help bring people together. The more data we can collect, the more successful this will be, so click here to add your information!


Anonymous said...

I think all of us should e-mail Bishop Lori of Bridgeport, Connecticut for his wonderful response to the MOtu Proprio. He talked with obvious appreciation of his formation with the 1962 Rite and it's importance back then and today.
Seeing so many of the curt messages from other bishops, his response stood out a mile.
Let's write and thank him!!