The V2 Popes said WHAT?

July 24, 2007

“The Catholic Church has a dignity far surpassing that of every merely human society, for it was founded by Christ the Lord. It is altogether fitting, therefore, that the language it uses should be noble, majestic and non-vernacular.” (Pope John XXIII, Veterum Sapientia, 1962)

“The Latin language is assuredly worthy of being defended with great care instead of being scorned; for the Latin Church it is the most abundant source of Christian civilization and the richest treasury of piety… we must not hold in low esteem these traditions of your fathers which were your glory for centuries.” (Pope Paul VI, Sacrificium Laudis, 1966)

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6 Responses to “The V2 Popes said WHAT?”

  1. Anonymous said

    The imprecision of translation is even more prevelent going from a language of rules to a language of exceptions such as English.(hmmm… I do believe there’s an allogory here somewhere.)

  2. Mrs Jackie Parkes MJ said

    In the distant past there were some uses of English too…balance hey?

  3. Anonymous said

    Like wow, man.

  4. jt said

    Does annonymous mean allegory (with an e)?

  5. Anonymous said

    Indeed.

    Loved the Time magazine article on the Latin Mass. It is the most recent issue, dated July 30.

  6. Anonymous said

    Dear JT,

    Me type gooder next time.

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