iPadre #340 – The Extraordinary Form – Part 1

Pope Benedict XVI gave permission for a more liberal use of the Tridentine Mass. But, many people don’t know the first thing about it. Why bring back a Mass that has been gone for 50 years? In this episode, I’ll will begin a series on the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite and share my experience with it.

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iPadre #339 – In the Shadow of the Cross

Many people think of Christmas as looking on a cute little baby in a hay strewn manger, surrounded by Mary, Joseph, animals and the shepherds and everything is just so cute and cozy. In my homily for the 4th Sunday of Advent, I pose that the work of redemption has already begun and the Christ Child lays in the shadow of the cross.

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iPadre #338 – Life after death

What is in store for us after we die? Is there really a hell, a purgatory? In this episode, I share a talk given in my parish by my friend Fr. Thomas Kocik.

I finally manage to fix a hum that was giving difficulties in recording. Hopefully, we’ll be back on track for regular recording.

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Tota Pulchra

The Immaculate Conception by Diego Velazquez, Completed c. 1619

The Immaculate Conception by Diego Velazquez, Completed c. 1619

Tota pulchra es, Maria.
Et macula originalis non est in Te.
Tu gloria Ierusalem.
Tu laetitia Israel.
Tu honorificentia populi nostri.
Tu advocata peccatorum.
O Maria, O Maria.
Virgo prudentissima.
Mater clementissima.
Ora pro nobis.
Intercede pro nobis.
Ad Dominum Iesum Christum.
You are all beautiful, Mary,
and the original stain is not in you.
Your clothing is white as snow, and your face is like the sun.
You are all beautiful, Mary,
and the original stain is not in you.
You are the glory of Jerusalem, you are the joy of Israel, you give honour to our people.
You are all beautiful, Mary.