Sunday, July 22, 2007

Summorum Pontificum - July 22, 2007

By Patrick Archbold

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.





1 comment:

Jamie said...

How about the fact that the Jewish liturgy contains (in the twelfth of The Eighteen Benedictions) a call for God to destroy the Christians? That is said in every synagogue in the world and has been since the first century. Maybe they should offer to remove that if they want us to remove our prayers.

I have written a small item on that which contains the text of the benediction: http://blog.frater.com/general/jews-outraged-by-prayer-in-traditional-mass