Video interview with Larry Chapp and Zac Crippen on his show “Creedal.” Topic: Traditionis Custodes.

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Linked below is the video. I think it was a good conversation and I hope many of you will find it helpful.

My apologies for not having posted a new blog post since my little essay on the “hermeneutics of the abyss.” I have been busy putting the final touches on some book proposals for Word on Fire and Ignatius Press. I have already had one contract issued and expect some more to come shortly. So please pardon my tardiness in posting anything new in a while…

I am also flying to California tomorrow to tape an interview with Bishop Barron on his show “Bishop Barron Presents.” So I will be absent from this blog until Thursday August 5th. I will then post new blogs on several topics: ressourcement theology, celibacy and the question of married priests viewed in the light of Vatican II’s call to holiness. And speaking on the call to holiness …. a return to that theme in a post I am entitling: “The need for a Discalced Laity”… so stay tuned. Until then, here is the link to the video”

3 comments

  1. Dr. Larry Chapp, a big thank you for your voice the discussion about Traditionis Custodes.
    I find your approach objective and fair which is rather uncommon in this controversial issue.
    I enjoyed reading many articles on your blog.
    I think it would be beneficent for many if you started your own video blog on Youtube.
    There is a lack of good, unbiased and knowledgeable catholic content, so please consider it.

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