Archive for the ‘Ecclesia Dei’ Category

Benedict XVI to Further Alter 1962 Missal

October 16, 2011
From Chiesa:

“The activity of the Holy See” is a hefty volume that gives a year-by-year account of the actions of the pope and the Roman curia. It is an “unofficial publication,” as specified on the frontispiece, but in spite of this it contains not a little information, sometimes rather unusual, that cannot be found in other Vatican sources.

To verify this it is enough to leaf through the latest edition, on the activities of 2010, which has just been printed by Libreria Editrice Vaticana (1343 pp., 80.00 euro).

In it we learn, for example:

… that a joint commission was set up, with experts of the commission “Ecclesia Dei” and of the congregation for divine worship, for the “updating” of the commemorations of the saints and the “possible insertion of new prefaces” into the preconciliar Roman missal of 1962, to which Benedict XVI gave full citizenship in 2007 …

Full article:

http://chiesa.espresso.repubblica.it/articolo/1349490?eng=y

And some context from the pope’s brother rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein:

“There still is resistance to the new teachings in some traditional Catholic circles, still much work to be done to erase old ideas.” (Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein, “The Catholic Church and the Jews,” Cross-Currents, July 3, 2009)


“The differences between accepted Church teaching and this group of Latin-speaking extremists are not subject to reconciliation.” (Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein, Wiesenthal Center, January 23, 2009)

Also see:

Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein on Traditional Catholicism

Cardinal Jean-Pierre Ricard of Ecclesia Dei Commission Studying Talmud at NY Yeshiva

Ecclesia Dei Cardinal Castrillon Hoyos Lauded Sheilding of Admitted Sex Predator from Justice

Bishops, Rabbis "Dialogue" at Yeshiva University Again

March 31, 2009

This is a continuation of the Jean-Marie Lustiger/World Jewish Congress organized event which has cardinals and rabbis studying Talmud together, the beginnings of which is documented here:

Cardinal Jean-Pierre Ricard of Ecclesia Dei Commission Studying Talmud at NY Yeshiva

Lustiger’s NY Yeshiva Tour, Endorsement of Chabad Lubavitch as Religious Model

Cardinal Jean-Pierre Ricard of the Ecclesia Dei commission which oversees all matters pertaining to the Latin Mass was in attendance once again.

Bishops Dialogue With US Jewish Leaders

Archbishop of Paris Leads Delegation

PARIS, MARCH 27, 2009 (Zenit.org).- A dozen cardinals and bishops from around the world visited New York this week to meet with some of the highest authorities of orthodox Judaism there.

A communiqué published Thursday by the Archdiocese of Paris, reported that the delegation, led by Cardinal André Vingt-Trois, archbishop of Paris and president of the episcopal conference of France, was composed of prelates from Europe, Asia and Africa.

The meetings ended Wednesday and took place “within John Paul II’s and Benedict XVI’s action to build an effective fraternity with our elder brothers in the faith,” the note said.

The prelates were received Monday at New York’s Jewish Heritage Museum by Rabbi Israel Remedar, former president of the World Jewish Congress, and Rabbi Bernard Lander, founder-president of Touro College.

They visited an exhibit on the million and a half Ukrainian Jews who were killed between 1941 and 1944. They also met privately with some of the highest authorities of Yeshiva University, whose teaching is focused on the theme “Bringing Wisdom to Life.”

The note explained that the meetings, initiated in 2003 by Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger of Paris, who died in 2007, are “a form of religious and pastoral dialogue,” dictated by the common necessity “religious brotherhood at the service of society.”

“The extremely cordial climate, the mutual trust built over many years, the growing depth and frankness of the exchanges, confirm the absolutely unique character of these meetings, more than 40 years after the ‘Nostra Aetate’ declaration of Vatican Council II,” explained the communiqué of the Diocese of Paris.

The prelates also stopped in Washington, D.C., to visit the Holocaust Memorial Museum and meet with the bishops of the U.S. episcopal conference. Cardinal Francis George of Chicago, the conference’s president, personally greeted the prelates.

http://www.zenit.org/article-25497?l=english

More detailed itinerary in French here:

http://eucharistiemisericor.free.fr/index.php?page=1703092_card_vingt_trois

Bishops, Rabbis "Dialogue" at Yeshiva University Again

March 31, 2009

This is a continuation of the Jean-Marie Lustiger/World Jewish Congress organized event which has cardinals and rabbis studying Talmud together, the beginnings of which is documented here:

Cardinal Jean-Pierre Ricard of Ecclesia Dei Commission Studying Talmud at NY Yeshiva

Lustiger’s NY Yeshiva Tour, Endorsement of Chabad Lubavitch as Religious Model

Cardinal Jean-Pierre Ricard of the Ecclesia Dei commission which oversees all matters pertaining to the Latin Mass was in attendance once again.

Bishops Dialogue With US Jewish Leaders

Archbishop of Paris Leads Delegation

PARIS, MARCH 27, 2009 (Zenit.org).- A dozen cardinals and bishops from around the world visited New York this week to meet with some of the highest authorities of orthodox Judaism there.

A communiqué published Thursday by the Archdiocese of Paris, reported that the delegation, led by Cardinal André Vingt-Trois, archbishop of Paris and president of the episcopal conference of France, was composed of prelates from Europe, Asia and Africa.

The meetings ended Wednesday and took place “within John Paul II’s and Benedict XVI’s action to build an effective fraternity with our elder brothers in the faith,” the note said.

The prelates were received Monday at New York’s Jewish Heritage Museum by Rabbi Israel Remedar, former president of the World Jewish Congress, and Rabbi Bernard Lander, founder-president of Touro College.

They visited an exhibit on the million and a half Ukrainian Jews who were killed between 1941 and 1944. They also met privately with some of the highest authorities of Yeshiva University, whose teaching is focused on the theme “Bringing Wisdom to Life.”

The note explained that the meetings, initiated in 2003 by Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger of Paris, who died in 2007, are “a form of religious and pastoral dialogue,” dictated by the common necessity “religious brotherhood at the service of society.”

“The extremely cordial climate, the mutual trust built over many years, the growing depth and frankness of the exchanges, confirm the absolutely unique character of these meetings, more than 40 years after the ‘Nostra Aetate’ declaration of Vatican Council II,” explained the communiqué of the Diocese of Paris.

The prelates also stopped in Washington, D.C., to visit the Holocaust Memorial Museum and meet with the bishops of the U.S. episcopal conference. Cardinal Francis George of Chicago, the conference’s president, personally greeted the prelates.

http://www.zenit.org/article-25497?l=english

More detailed itinerary in French here:

http://eucharistiemisericor.free.fr/index.php?page=1703092_card_vingt_trois

Lustiger’s NY Yeshiva Tour, Endorsement of Chabad Lubavitch as Religious Model

June 25, 2007

The cardinal [Jean-Marie Lustiger] cited three New York Jewish communities he visited last year “homogeneous in their spiritual and practical choices” as models for how religion can successfully integrate modernity …

Asked later by The Jewish Week to which communities he was referring, Cardinal Lustiger said “Yeshiva University, the Jewish Theological Seminary and Lubavitch.” (Eric J. Greenberg, The Jewish Week, Feb. 14, 2003)


Jean-Marie Lustiger and Rabbi Israel Singer


Rabbi Zevulun Charlop and Jean-Marie Lustiger in the library of Yeshiva University


Rabbi Zevulun Charlop and Walter Kasper with Talmud


Jean-Pierre Ricard of the Ecclesia Dei Commission which oversees all things related to the traditional Latin Mass and his elder brothers

Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger, the Archbishop of Paris, recently organized an expedition that brought twelve Catholic scholars who were well versed in Hebrew and Judaic subjects to New York City. Hoping to gain an appreciation for Jewish institutes of advanced learning, Lustiger and his delegation visited several schools around the city, including the Jewish Theological Seminary, Hebrew Union College, and Yeshiva University.

The Commentator

Also see:

http://www.thejewishweek.com/news/newscontent.php3?artid=7406&print=yes

http://www.lefigaro.fr/reportage/20060406.FIG000000009_calotte_et_kippa_ensemble_a_manhattan.html

http://www.yahadinunum.org/newyork.html

Lustiger’s NY Yeshiva Tour, Endorsement of Chabad Lubavitch as Religious Model

June 25, 2007

The cardinal [Jean-Marie Lustiger] cited three New York Jewish communities he visited last year “homogeneous in their spiritual and practical choices” as models for how religion can successfully integrate modernity …

Asked later by The Jewish Week to which communities he was referring, Cardinal Lustiger said “Yeshiva University, the Jewish Theological Seminary and Lubavitch.” (Eric J. Greenberg, The Jewish Week, Feb. 14, 2003)


Jean-Marie Lustiger and Rabbi Israel Singer


Rabbi Zevulun Charlop and Jean-Marie Lustiger in the library of Yeshiva University


Rabbi Zevulun Charlop and Walter Kasper with Talmud


Jean-Pierre Ricard of the Ecclesia Dei Commission which oversees all things related to the traditional Latin Mass and his elder brothers

Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger, the Archbishop of Paris, recently organized an expedition that brought twelve Catholic scholars who were well versed in Hebrew and Judaic subjects to New York City. Hoping to gain an appreciation for Jewish institutes of advanced learning, Lustiger and his delegation visited several schools around the city, including the Jewish Theological Seminary, Hebrew Union College, and Yeshiva University.

The Commentator

Also see:

http://www.thejewishweek.com/news/newscontent.php3?artid=7406&print=yes

http://www.lefigaro.fr/reportage/20060406.FIG000000009_calotte_et_kippa_ensemble_a_manhattan.html

http://www.yahadinunum.org/newyork.html

Lustiger’s NY Yeshiva Tour, Endorsement of Chabad Lubavitch as Religious Model

June 25, 2007

The cardinal [Jean-Marie Lustiger] cited three New York Jewish communities he visited last year “homogeneous in their spiritual and practical choices” as models for how religion can successfully integrate modernity …

Asked later by The Jewish Week to which communities he was referring, Cardinal Lustiger said “Yeshiva University, the Jewish Theological Seminary and Lubavitch.” (Eric J. Greenberg, The Jewish Week, Feb. 14, 2003)


Jean-Marie Lustiger and Rabbi Israel Singer


Rabbi Zevulun Charlop and Jean-Marie Lustiger in the library of Yeshiva University


Rabbi Zevulun Charlop and Walter Kasper with Talmud


Jean-Pierre Ricard of the Ecclesia Dei Commission which oversees all things related to the traditional Latin Mass and his elder brothers

Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger, the Archbishop of Paris, recently organized an expedition that brought twelve Catholic scholars who were well versed in Hebrew and Judaic subjects to New York City. Hoping to gain an appreciation for Jewish institutes of advanced learning, Lustiger and his delegation visited several schools around the city, including the Jewish Theological Seminary, Hebrew Union College, and Yeshiva University.

The Commentator

Also see:

http://www.thejewishweek.com/news/newscontent.php3?artid=7406&print=yes

http://www.lefigaro.fr/reportage/20060406.FIG000000009_calotte_et_kippa_ensemble_a_manhattan.html

http://www.yahadinunum.org/newyork.html

Cardinal Jean-Pierre Ricard of Ecclesia Dei Commission Studying Talmud at NY Yeshiva

June 2, 2007

EDITOR’S NOTE: Ricard was raised to Cardinal only one day before this Jean-Marie Lustiger/World Jewish Congress organized event took place during Holy Week last year. Ricard stated, “I should have been in Rome … The pope is to receive the new cardinals, but I wrote… him about this meeting in New York City, [and] he said, ‘Of course you can go.'” Ricard is a leading member of the Ecclesia Dei Commission which oversees all things related to the traditional Latin Mass. He is also president of the French Catholic Bishops Committee for Relationship with the Jews.

Cardinal Ricard (top right) learns Tractate Berakoth with Cardinal Erdo (bottom left) and rabbinical student Sorin Rosen.

Babylonian Talmud tractate Berakoth, which Ricard and Erdo are shown studying, contains the Judaic racial supremacist teaching that non-Judaics have the status of asses (folio 58a). The prelates were said to be studying tractate Berakoth to learn why Judaics pray their benedictions (“Berakoth” means benedictions) three times daily. It should be noted that the benedictions which Orthodox Judaics are bound to pray three times daily contain a curse on Christians, Birkat ha-Minim HERE. Tractate Berakoth is where the “preparation of the gifts” of the Novus Ordo Mass originates (HERE and HERE) The news article which covered this event stated that the prelates and Judaics studied and prayed together as “brothers.”

Cardinals, bishops, rabbinical students and others hold hands and sway while singing at the conclusion of (the day’s) dialogue

The efffects of [Nostra Aetate] have been impressive for the Jewish and Catholic worlds. “Things have radically changed,” said the Archbishop of Lyon Philippe Barbarin … “When I was a student I never imagined I would pray and study a page of the Talmud with Jewish students in a yeshiva in Brooklyn. Yet World Jewish Congress chairman Israel Singer invited me to do so and I accepted his invitation.”

http://www.eurojewcong.org/ejc/news.php?id_article=459

Also See:

Rabbis and “Catholic” Crypto-Rabbis Hold “Brotherhood” Fest and Study Talmud Together

Tridentine Judaism

For more on Israel Singer, co-organizer of the event, see:

There’s no Racket Like the Shoah Racket

.

Cardinal Jean-Pierre Ricard of Ecclesia Dei Commission Studying Talmud at NY Yeshiva

June 2, 2007

EDITOR’S NOTE: Ricard was raised to Cardinal only one day before this Jean-Marie Lustiger/World Jewish Congress organized event took place during Holy Week last year. Ricard stated, “I should have been in Rome … The pope is to receive the new cardinals, but I wrote… him about this meeting in New York City, [and] he said, ‘Of course you can go.'” Ricard is a leading member of the Ecclesia Dei Commission which oversees all things related to the traditional Latin Mass. He is also president of the French Catholic Bishops Committee for Relationship with the Jews.

Cardinal Ricard (top right) learns Tractate Berakoth with Cardinal Erdo (bottom left) and rabbinical student Sorin Rosen.

Babylonian Talmud tractate Berakoth, which Ricard and Erdo are shown studying, contains the Judaic racial supremacist teaching that non-Judaics have the status of asses (folio 58a). The prelates were said to be studying tractate Berakoth to learn why Judaics pray their benedictions (“Berakoth” means benedictions) three times daily. It should be noted that the benedictions which Orthodox Judaics are bound to pray three times daily contain a curse on Christians, Birkat ha-Minim HERE. Tractate Berakoth is where the “preparation of the gifts” of the Novus Ordo Mass originates (HERE and HERE) The news article which covered this event stated that the prelates and Judaics studied and prayed together as “brothers.”

Cardinals, bishops, rabbinical students and others hold hands and sway while singing at the conclusion of (the day’s) dialogue

The efffects of [Nostra Aetate] have been impressive for the Jewish and Catholic worlds. “Things have radically changed,” said the Archbishop of Lyon Philippe Barbarin … “When I was a student I never imagined I would pray and study a page of the Talmud with Jewish students in a yeshiva in Brooklyn. Yet World Jewish Congress chairman Israel Singer invited me to do so and I accepted his invitation.”

http://www.eurojewcong.org/ejc/news.php?id_article=459

Also See:

Rabbis and “Catholic” Crypto-Rabbis Hold “Brotherhood” Fest and Study Talmud Together

Tridentine Judaism

For more on Israel Singer, co-organizer of the event, see:

There’s no Racket Like the Shoah Racket

.

Cardinal Jean-Pierre Ricard of Ecclesia Dei Commission Studying Talmud at NY Yeshiva

June 2, 2007

EDITOR’S NOTE: Ricard was raised to Cardinal only one day before this Jean-Marie Lustiger/World Jewish Congress organized event took place during Holy Week last year. Ricard stated, “I should have been in Rome … The pope is to receive the new cardinals, but I wrote… him about this meeting in New York City, [and] he said, ‘Of course you can go.'” Ricard is a leading member of the Ecclesia Dei Commission which oversees all things related to the traditional Latin Mass. He is also president of the French Catholic Bishops Committee for Relationship with the Jews.

Cardinal Ricard (top right) learns Tractate Berakoth with Cardinal Erdo (bottom left) and rabbinical student Sorin Rosen.

Babylonian Talmud tractate Berakoth, which Ricard and Erdo are shown studying, contains the Judaic racial supremacist teaching that non-Judaics have the status of asses (folio 58a). The prelates were said to be studying tractate Berakoth to learn why Judaics pray their benedictions (“Berakoth” means benedictions) three times daily. It should be noted that the benedictions which Orthodox Judaics are bound to pray three times daily contain a curse on Christians, Birkat ha-Minim. Tractate Berakoth is where the “preparation of the gifts” of the Novus Ordo Mass originates (HERE and HERE) The news article which covered this event stated that the prelates and Judaics studied and prayed together as “brothers.”

Cardinals, bishops, rabbinical students and others hold hands and sway while singing at the conclusion of (the day’s) dialogue

The efffects of [Nostra Aetate] have been impressive for the Jewish and Catholic worlds. “Things have radically changed,” said the Archbishop of Lyon Philippe Barbarin … “When I was a student I never imagined I would pray and study a page of the Talmud with Jewish students in a yeshiva in Brooklyn. Yet World Jewish Congress chairman Israel Singer invited me to do so and I accepted his invitation.”

http://www.eurojewcong.org/ejc/news.php?id_article=459

Also See:

Rabbis and “Catholic” Crypto-Rabbis Hold “Brotherhood” Fest and Study Talmud Together

Tridentine Judaism

For more on Israel Singer, co-organizer of the event, see:

There’s no Racket Like the Shoah Racket

.

Cardinal Jean-Pierre Ricard of Ecclesia Dei Commission Studying Talmud at NY Yeshiva

June 2, 2007

EDITOR’S NOTE: Ricard was raised to Cardinal only one day before this Jean-Marie Lustiger/World Jewish Congress organized event took place during Holy Week last year. Ricard stated, “I should have been in Rome … The pope is to receive the new cardinals, but I wrote… him about this meeting in New York City, [and] he said, ‘Of course you can go.'” Ricard is a leading member of the Ecclesia Dei Commission which oversees all things related to the traditional Latin Mass. He is also president of the French Catholic Bishops Committee for Relationship with the Jews.

Cardinal Ricard (top right) learns Tractate Berakoth with Cardinal Erdo (bottom left) and rabbinical student Sorin Rosen.

Babylonian Talmud tractate Berakoth, which Ricard and Erdo are shown studying, contains the Judaic racial supremacist teaching that non-Judaics have the status of asses (folio 58a). The prelates were said to be studying tractate Berakoth to learn why Judaics pray their benedictions (“Berakoth” means benedictions) three times daily. It should be noted that the benedictions which Orthodox Judaics are bound to pray three times daily contain a curse on Christians, Birkat ha-Minim HERE. Tractate Berakoth is where the “preparation of the gifts” of the Novus Ordo Mass originates (HERE and HERE) The news article which covered this event stated that the prelates and Judaics studied and prayed together as “brothers.”

Cardinals, bishops, rabbinical students and others hold hands and sway while singing at the conclusion of (the day’s) dialogue

The efffects of [Nostra Aetate] have been impressive for the Jewish and Catholic worlds. “Things have radically changed,” said the Archbishop of Lyon Philippe Barbarin … “When I was a student I never imagined I would pray and study a page of the Talmud with Jewish students in a yeshiva in Brooklyn. Yet World Jewish Congress chairman Israel Singer invited me to do so and I accepted his invitation.”

http://www.eurojewcong.org/ejc/news.php?id_article=459

Also See:

Rabbis and “Catholic” Crypto-Rabbis Hold “Brotherhood” Fest and Study Talmud Together

Tridentine Judaism

For more on Israel Singer, co-organizer of the event, see:

There’s no Racket Like the Shoah Racket

.