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Showing posts with label analysis. Show all posts

Monday, July 23, 2007

Summorum Pontificum - July 23, 2007

News & Analysis

Practical Catechisis in New Jersey

Karl Keating - A Latin Mass Dream

Statement of the Bishop of Baton Rouge LA and Commentary by Father John Carville
Analysis - Father Zulsdorf

Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz of Louisville — Pope Benedict’s document on the use of the traditional Latin Mass

Pope Benedict Affirms the Connections Between New and Old Mass By Bishop Robert W. Finn Kansas City-St. Joseph

Resource
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!

Note: I wish to express a very large thank you to everyone who has posted links in the suggestion box to news stories, interesting analysis, diocesan reactions, and church bulletins. These links are invaluable for understanding the reaction to Summorum Pontificum from bishops to parish priests to the laity. This blog is your resource, so if you see something interesting, please don't hesitate to put a link in the suggestion box. Thanks to all.


Sunday, July 22, 2007

Summorum Pontificum - July 22, 2007

News & Analysis

Statement of the Bishop of Baton Rouge LA and Commentary by Father John Carville
Analysis - Father Zulsdorf

Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz of Louisville — Pope Benedict’s document on the use of the traditional Latin Mass

Pope Benedict Affirms the Connections Between New and Old Mass By Bishop Robert W. Finn Kansas City-St. Joseph

Sacred Heart University - Expert available for comment on “Latin mass”: implications for christian-jewish relations. CMR -Analysis on Sacred Heart Statement

Resource
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!

Note: I wish to express a very large thank you to everyone who has posted links in the suggestion box to news stories, interesting analysis, diocesan reactions, and church bulletins. These links are invaluable for understanding the reaction to Summorum Pontificum from bishops to parish priests to the laity. This blog is your resource, so if you see something interesting, please don't hesitate to put a link in the suggestion box. Thanks to all.





Friday, July 20, 2007

Summorum Pontificum - July 20, 2007

News & Analysis

Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz of Louisville — Pope Benedict’s document on the use of the traditional Latin Mass

Pope Benedict Affirms the Connections Between New and Old Mass By Bishop Robert W. Finn Kansas City-St. Joseph

Sacred Heart University - Expert available for comment on “Latin mass”: implications for christian-jewish relations. CMR -Analysis on Sacred Heart Statement

Archbishop Burke Speaks to Confraternity; Clergy Voice Their Full Support


Statement from Boston Following the Recent Release Of the Motu Proprio

Excerpt:Cardinal O'Malley has recently stated that based on his participation at the meeting in Rome, it is his understanding that the elements of the Good Friday services which are understandably objectionable to our Jewish and ecumenical brothers and sisters are not permitted to be used in the celebration of the Tridentine Rite.

UPI - Latin mass change praised by Jewish leader

Cardinal Egan of the Archdiocese of New York - Room for All
California Catholic Daily - “It’s tradition” -Diocese of Monterey pledges Tridentine Mass in two locations by September
***Motu Proprio: Use of Roman Missal of 1962 by Bishop Robert C. Morlino (Madison WI)

Excerpt: I have never been against such celebrations in principle, but our concrete circumstance and lack of catechetical resources to support such celebrations have led me to the prudent judgment, I believe, that such celebrations should not generally be permitted.
Obedience opens door to freedom.
...
Pope Benedict clearly is wise; obedience according to the mind of Christ always opens the door to true freedom. I am joyful to act in obedience to the Motu Proprio of Pope Benedict, and I am grateful to have been freed from the limitation of my own judgement.
Jewish Daily Forward - The Pope Has Given Catholics a Choice
Reuters - Vatican: We may drop revived prayer offensive to Jews HT to Rorate Caeli


Resource
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!

Note: I wish to express a very large thank you to everyone who has posted links in the suggestion box to news stories, interesting analysis, diocesan reactions, and church bulletins. These links are invaluable for understanding the reaction to Summorum Pontificum from bishops to parish priests to the laity. This blog is your resource, so if you see something interesting, please don't hesitate to put a link in the suggestion box. Thanks to all.




Thursday, July 19, 2007

Summorum Pontificum - July 19, 2007

News & Analysis

California Catholic Daily - “It’s tradition” -Diocese of Monterey pledges Tridentine Mass in two locations by September

***Motu Proprio: Use of Roman Missal of 1962 by Bishop Robert C. Morlino (Madison WI)

Excerpt: I have never been against such celebrations in principle, but our concrete circumstance and lack of catechetical resources to support such celebrations have led me to the prudent judgment, I believe, that such celebrations should not generally be permitted.
Obedience opens door to freedom.
...
Pope Benedict clearly is wise; obedience according to the mind of Christ always opens the door to true freedom. I am joyful to act in obedience to the Motu Proprio of Pope Benedict, and I am grateful to have been freed from the limitation of my own judgement.
Jewish Daily Forward - The Pope Has Given Catholics a Choice
Reuters - Vatican: We may drop revived prayer offensive to Jews HT to Rorate Caeli

The Catholic Virginian - Editorial
Excerpt:
It is unfair to expect them to add an extra Mass to their already busy schedules. People might want to think twice about approaching their priest and putting this demand on him.

Bulletin of St. Marys By the Sea in Huntington Beach - "I wholeheartedly accede"
John Allen Jr. - Opinion divided on Mass decision – Some downplay demand for old rite, but other liturgists predict confusion

Diocesan Reactions

Diocese of Allentown PA

Resource
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!

Note: I wish to express a very large thank you to everyone who has posted links in the suggestion box to news stories, interesting analysis, diocesan reactions, and church bulletins. These links are invaluable for understanding the reaction to Summorum Pontificum from bishops to parish priests to the laity. This blog is your resource, so if you see something interesting, please don't hesitate to put a link in the suggestion box. Thanks to all.

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Summorum Pontificum - July 18, 2007

News & Analysis

Note: I wish to express a very large thank you to everyone who has posted links in the suggestion box to news stories, interesting analysis, diocesan reactions, and church bulletins. These links are invaluable for understanding the reaction to Summorum Pontificum from bishops to parish priests to the laity. This blog is your resource, so if you see something interesting, please don't hesitate to put a link in the suggestion box. Thanks to all.

The Catholic Virginian - Editorial
Excerpt:
It is unfair to expect them to add an extra Mass to their already busy schedules. People might want to think twice about approaching their priest and putting this demand on him.

Bulletin of St. Marys By the Sea in Huntington Beach - "I wholeheartedly accede"
John Allen Jr. - Opinion divided on Mass decision – Some downplay demand for old rite, but other liturgists predict confusion
In Defense of Pope Benedict XVI by Micah Halpern
The view from New Jersey - Latin Mass may be easier said than done
NCReporter - Full participation before all else

First Things - The Jewishness of the Roman Rite HT to Closed Cafeteria
Letter from a New Orleans Jesuit Parish
Fr. Zuhlsdorf - Bp. Lori of Bridgeport on MP: what a pleasure!

Diocesan Reactions
Diocese of Allentown PA

Resource
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!

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Summorum Pontificum - July 17, 2007

News & Analysis

NCReporter - Full participation before all else

First Things - The Jewishness of the Roman Rite HT to Closed Cafeteria
Letter from a New Orleans Jesuit Parish
Fr. Zuhlsdorf - Bp. Lori of Bridgeport on MP: what a pleasure!

Zenit - Father Lombardi: Liturgy Draws Toward Unity
San Luis Obispo - Latin Mass to be resurrected in county
Gloucester Daily Times - Cape lukewarm to Latin Mass
Bucks County Courier Times - Catholics mixed on Latin Mass

Monday, July 16, 2007

Summorum Pontificum - July 16, 2007

News & Commentary

**Pope Benedict uses older ritual for his private Mass
Liturgy and Ecumenism: How to Apply Vatican Council II by by Sandro Magister
NLM - The 1962's Missal's glorious lack of options
U.S. bishops aren't doing cartwheels over pope's order on Latin Mass
The view from North Jersey - Latin Mass excites Catholic traditionalists in North Jersey
Commonweal - The Vernacular: Setting the Record Straight
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

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

Resource
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!


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

Resource
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!


Saturday, July 14, 2007

Summorum Pontificum - July 14, 2007

News & Commentary

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
Alcuin Reid in The Catholic Herald
WSJ - The Language of Tradition BY RAYMOND ARROYO
The Sky is Not Falling, the Church is awakening!by Deacon Keith A Fournier
CMR- Patrick Archbold - Trautman: Not In My Diocese

Diocesan Statements

Bishop John Wester of the Diocese of Salt Lake City
Statement of the Diocese of Orange, CA

Resource
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!


Friday, July 13, 2007

Summorum Pontificum - July 13, 2007

News & Commentary

Alcuin Reid in The Catholic Herald
WSJ - The Language of Tradition BY RAYMOND ARROYO
The Sky is Not Falling, the Church is awakening!by Deacon Keith A Fournier
CMR- Patrick Archbold - Trautman: Not In My Diocese
A Triumph for Traditionalists by Patrick J. Buchanan
NY Daily News - Rev. Brian Jordan - Latin Mass is all Greek to most worshippers
Brian Mershon interview with Bishop Fellay on Summorum Pontificum
James Bemis - Gratitude for Summorum Pontificum

Diocesan Statements

Bishop John Wester of the Diocese of Salt Lake City
Statement of the Diocese of Orange, CA

Resource
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!


Thursday, July 12, 2007

Summorum Pontificum - July 12, 2007

News & Commentary

CMR- Patrick Archbold - Trautman: Not In My Diocese
Brian Mershon interview with Bishop Fellay on Summorum Pontificum
James Bemis - Gratitude for Summorum Pontificum
Zenit — German Cardinal Hails "Summorum Pontificum"
** David L Alexander — Clarification of the Diocese of Pittsburgh statement
Thomas Woods - Benedict XVI and the Great Liberation
Part Two of the Rorate Interview with Bishop Rifan
"I do not think that the Holy Father needs my advice"
Interview with Institute of Christ the King's Msgr. Schmitz on Summorum Pontificum

Fr. Zuhlsdorf's Analysis of MP Statement of Diocese of Orange
Note: If anyone can provide a link to a copy of this document please let me know. I cannot seem to locate it on the diocesan website.

Bradenton, FL - Local clergy supports revival of Latin Mass
Philadelphia Inquirer - Latin Mass Video


Diocesan Statements


Statement of Archbishop of Denver, CO - Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap.
Statement from Bishop Trautman of Erie, PA on Summorum Pontificum

Resource
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!


Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Summorum Pontificum - July 11, 2007

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Commentary

Motu Proprio is meant for those faithful to Vatican II and will change nothing for most Catholics, says Cardinal Ricard

The American Spectator - Lex Orandi — By Lisa Fabrizio

National Catholic Register - Why the Old Mass? — BY Father Raymond J. de Souza

Australia's ABC National Radio Panel Discussion with:
Transcript and Audio

John Pawlikowski
President of the International Council of Christians and Jews
Dr Alcuin Reid
Liturgist and author
Peter Williams
Executive Secretary of the National Liturgical Commission, Australia

Thomas Woods: Pope Benedict boosts Latin Mass toward comeback. HT Rorate Caeli

Sr. Joan Chittister, OSB - Coming soon to a church near you HT to Fr. Arsenius
Excerpt: The Latin Mass, for instance, in which the priest celebrates the Eucharist with his back to the people, in a foreign language -- much of it said silently or at best whispered -- makes the congregation, the laity, observers of the rite rather than participants in it.
Diocesan Statements


Philadelphia Inquirer - Reviving a Latin past

Diocesan Statements


Statement of the Diocese of Pittsburgh PA
Excerpt: "It is important to note that the celebration of the Roman Missal of Pope Blessed John XXIII is not permitted at regularly scheduled weekday or Sunday."

Monday, July 9, 2007

Summorum Pontificum - July 9, 2007

Please Note that the Links to the official documents are now available on the Sidebar.

Today's Analysis and News

Rorate Caeli - Interview with Cardinal Castrillón
Zenit - Bishops Welcome "Summorum Pontificum"
Rorate Caeli - Summorum Notes: The priest's unalienable right to the Traditional Mass
The significance of "Private Masses"

Zenit - An interview with Father John Zuhlsdorf
Richard John Neuhaus - The Pope’s Liturgical Liberalism

Statements by U.S. Bishops
Statement by Bishop of Green Bay WI - Most Reverend David A. Zubik
Statement by Bishop of Manchester NH - John B. McCormack
Statement from Bishop of New Orleans - Most Reverend Alfred C. Hughes
Statement of The Archdiocese of Miami
Statement from Bishop of Brownsville TX - Bishop Raymundo J. Peña
Statement of the Diocese of Camden NJ
Statement of Bishop of Grand Rapids, MI -Most Reverend Walter A. Hurley

Full List

Media Coverage
Asia News - Indian Church welcomes return to Tridentine Mass
Time Magazine -Why the Pope is Boosting Latin Mass