Updated July 20
Those of you who have been following the reaction to Pope Benedict's release of the Motu Proprio last weekend are well aware that Father Z is the man to see when you want information as to what is going on. Fortunately, or unfortunately, there are so many posts over there on his blog, W.D.T.P.R.S., I decided to do a quickie index that I will attempt to keep up once a week or so as long as there seems to be interest, by me, if nobody else.
Father Z, a good St Agnes boy, fluent, to say the least, in Latin, and in Vatican-speak, thoroughly analyzes the world-wide reactions to "Summorum Pontificum" the Motu Proprio's title, which frees up the use of the 1962 Latin Mass this coming September.
Archbishop Burke on the Motu ProprioJuly 18
Archbishop Kurtz of Louisville on Summorum Pontificum
The Catholic Spirit of Archdiocese of St.Paul/Minneapolis on older Mass
Bishop Finn of Kansas City-St. Joseph on Summorum Pontificum
Archbishop Vlazny of Portland on the older form of Mass (2006 Comments)
Diocese of Orange: older Mass but with newer Lectionary
Fr. Z's PODCAzT 37: The position of the altar and the priest’s “back to the people”July 17
Green Bay's Bishop Zubik Moves to Pittsburgh: MP Update
Catholic News Service (USCCB) v Catholic World News on Benedict XVI using older Mass in privateJuly 16
Bishop Lori of Bridgeport, CT, on MP: what a pleasure!
The Tablet (UK): against Summorum Pontificum (by Fr. Mark Francis, C.S.V.)
Boston Globe on “Pope Benedict’s mistake” (by James Carroll, ex-Paulist priest)
Cardinal Barbarin, Lyon, FR, reacts to Summorum Pontificum
A Franciscan take on the Motu Proprio; (Noel Muscat, OFM)
A Memorandum from the Diocese of Pittsburgh
Diocese of Raleigh, NC, very good
Steubenville, Bishop Conlon, and Summorum Pontificum
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