Monday, August 27, 2007

Upcoming EWTN special on Motu Proprio

I just wanted to pass this along from EWTN's home page for The World Over Live.


The World Over Live will be taping a program on Pope Benedict XVI's recent motu proprio on the Traditional Roman Mass, Summorum Pontificum. Our guests will be bishops and canon law experts who will be able to answer your questions on this very important document that restores the use of the pre-Vatican II liturgy (1962 Missal of Bl. John XXIII). Email us your questions now to worldover@ewtn.com .........." [link to a form to fill out a question has been removed but if you go to EWTN you can fill out your question right there outside of sending an email]


The taping will occur on Thursday, August 30. It will air on the September 14, 2007 World Over Live.

Quick! Get your questions in while you still can - there's only a few days left.

I will be busy at assisting at Assumption Grotto's first Traditional Roman Mass that evening, but will set my tape to record it. I'm sure it will be rebroadcast many times too.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hopefully they will discontinue the "sign of peace" by the congregation. I feel this is really disruptive and I hate it.
Several people have said the same thing including a priest friend. I think the priest saying peace be with you and we all answer, and also with you should be enough.