Monday, June 09, 2014

It Could Only Be Written by a Latin Traditionalist?

The debate on intelligibility continues... Let us tease apart the different parts: the texts of the prayers, the translations, and the not-so-sacred music - intelligibility that is based on pandering to the "lowest common denominator" is wrong-headed, but this is not a sufficient argument for retaining everything in Latin or keeping the EF as is.

Can Comprehension Be a Disservice? by Peter Kwasniewski
NLM: Liturgical Theology of Pentecost by Kyle Washut

Roundtable on the Meeting of the Pope and the Patriarch

The Pope and the Patriarch
Kevin Allen and his guests discuss the joint statements made in Jerusalem by Pope Francis I and Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I and their potential impact on Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox relations. Kevin is joined by Fr. Matthew Baker (Greek Archdiocese of America) and Fr. John Whiteford (Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia).