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Father Nick's Homilies

TO BE QUIET SO AS TO HEAR - Homily for the 4th Sunday of Easter

"The musical tradition of the universal Church is a treasure of inestimable value, greater even than that of any other art."  

Sacrosanctum Concilium, The Second Vatican Council

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EL PASTOR QUE NOS CALLA - Homilia para el cuarto domingo de Pascua

«La tradición musical de la Iglesia universal constituye un tesoro de valor inestimable que sobresale entre las demás expresiones artísticas, principalmente porque el canto sagrado, unido a las palabras, constituye una parte necesaria o integral de la liturgia solemne.» 

--El Concilio Vaticano Segundo

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WHICH THESE? Homily for the 3rd Sunday of Easter

In the final three paragraphs of the fascinating memoir he wrote while still Prefect of the Congregation, Cardinal Ratzinger explained the significance of the bear: 

According to legend, on his way from Germany to Rome in the early 700s, St. Corbinian’s horse was torn to pieces by a bear. Corbinian reprimanded the bear, loaded onto it the pack the horse had been carrying, and made the bear haul that burden all the way to Rome. Only then did Corbinian release the bear. 

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