Episode #10 (1:05:41)In this episode: panel discussion with Frs. Joseph McMahon, John Kerns, and Jeremy Driscoll; Reflections about workshop by the FDLC; Publications coming to help the transition; Confessions of resistance and acceptance; USCCB resources; Q and AClick here to listen
Episode #9 (1:26:32)In this episode: More reflections about why the changes; Rhetorical Forms of the prayers(presidential, prayer over the gifts, prayer after communion, prefaces, eucharistic prayer); Comparisons of the current Sacramentary with the new Roman MissalClick here to listen
Episode #8 (25:42 min.)In this episode: Talk by Fr. Jeremy Driscoll, O.S.B.; Thinking behind ICEL and Vox Clara's Work; Inner voice of text; Awareness of theological Syntax surrounding the text; Need of vernacular equivalent & Coherence; Liturgical vernacular/special language that echoes Scripture & doctrineClick here to listen.
Episode #4 (1:30:07)In this second talk, Dr. Chavez will speak more about the gift of culture, it’s effects on people, general characteristics of Latino Spirituality, it’s history, Hispanic culture’s views surrounding death, the influence of charismatic spirituality on Hispanics, and various comparisons of Anglo and Hispanic cultures, perceptions of power, and answers to questions by the priests.His talk was given on Oct. 7th, 2008 at the annual Priest convocation of the Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon.Click here to listen.
Episode #3 (1:16:06)In this episode, we will be listening to Dr. Arturo Chavez, CEO and president of the Mexican American Cultural Center or MAAC which is located in San Antonio TX. In this first of two talks, Dr. Chavez will speak about the terms hispanic and latino. He’ll reflect on what it is that we call culture and how each culture reveals something about the truth of God’s revelation as well as the differences of culturals. This talk was given on Oct. 6th, 2008 at the annual Priest Convocation of the Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon.Click here to listen.
This talk was given by Fr. Patrick Brennan a priest of the Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon and the Vicar of Clergy. In this episode, Fr. Brennan speaks about how priests and bishops can work and live in better communion with each other.Listen by clicking here.
This talk by Fr. Paschal Cheline, OSB of Mount Angel Abbey and Seminary reflects on how Liturgy expresses and creates communio as reflected in the Second Vatican Council and beyond. A Q & A session follows. This talk was given at the Archdiocese of Portland's Priest Convocation in Newport, OR on Monday, October 15, 2007.Listen by clicking here.