BTW's conversation with Fr. Steve Walter and Fr. Larry Tensi concludes with discussion of the Prayers after Communion and the Dismissal language. Emily and Bob are chided multiple times for coming to Mass late, and at one point Emily starts blurting out new Roman Missal responses at random. Bob and Emily reveal that they are running out of Roman Missal topics: to suggest more (or to tell us to quit while we're ahead), e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to "like" our page on Facebook.
Bob and Emily's interview with Fr. Larry Tensi and Fr. Steve Walter continues in this episode with more great conversation on the presider's texts of the new Roman Missal. Are chalices fancier than cups? Has Catholic theology about the nature of salvation changed with the new translation of Mass? Do they have dew in Phoenix? Find out in Episode 15 of Beyond the Words. Send us your feedback: email@example.com and be sure to "like" our page on Facebook.
Hosts Bob Wurzelbacher and Emily Strand begin an interview with liturgical scholars and priests Fr. Larry Tensi and Fr. Steve Walter. What ensues is a fascinating look at the texts of the Roman Missal that are most altered in the new translation, and thoughts on how they enhance our praying at Mass. Also, Bob and Emily both confess to having been late to Ash Wednesday Mass and missing some important imagery in the new Opening Collect. Don't know what a "Collect" is? Find out in Episode 14 of Beyond the Words. Send us your feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to "like" our page on Facebook.
Bob and Emily conclude their interview with Fr. Tim Kallaher, scholar of Latin, on the people's new reponses in Mass. Why does Mass seem to start over in the middle? Which dialogue between priest and people is most like a chant at a sporting event? Does Emily really love poopy diapers? We answer these questions and more in Episode 13 of Beyond the Words. Send us your feedback: email@example.com and be sure to "like" our page on Facebook.
Bob and Emily's interview with Fr. Tim Kallaher, pastor and scholar of Latin, continues in Episode 12 of Beyond the Words. Fr. Tim shares fascinating information on the history, structure and changes to the Gloria, the Creed(s) and more. Words fail our hosts at least twice, and randomly, Cousin It makes a cameo. Only on Beyond the Words. Send us your feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to "like" our page on Facebook.
Episode 11 of BTW begins a series on the new responses for the assembly in Mass. Bob and Emily interview Fr. Tim Kallaher, pastor of St. John the Baptist parish (Dry Ridge, Cincinnati), and scholar of the Latin language. In this fascinating and informative episode, Fr. Tim sheds light on the meanings behind "And with your spirit," and breaks down the language of the Confiteor, which inspires a conversation about the so-called "emphasis on sin" in the new translation. Send us your feedback at email@example.com and be sure to "like" us on Facebook.
Beyond the Words is back! Hosts Bob and Emily chat over coffee and Fritos (?) about how the transition to the new translation has gone, and talk with special guests Fr. Jerry Chinchar, SM (Campus Minister and Marianist priest), Will Marsh (UD student) and Jim Pera (UD Music Minister) about their perspectives on the change. This is BTW's most conversational (and slap-happiest) episode to date.
Episode 7 of Beyond the Words begins a series of episodes on music and the new Roman Missal. Hosts Bob Wurzelbacher and Emily Strand introduce listeners to the musical changes to come, and share news from the US Catholic Bishops about a gradual implementation date for musical texts. So listen soon - the musical changes discussed in episode 7 of BTW are around the corner! E-mail questions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org and like us on Facebook.
The Cincinnati Archdiocese's Director of Worship, Karen Kane, is back to answer more and tougher questions from students at the University of Dayton about the new Roman Missal. Do other languages have a new translation of Mass, or just English-speakers? Are the new words for Mass politically motivated? Is this new translation of Mass really the best use of the Church's time? And most importantly, can Karen Kane use the word "consubstantial" in a sentence?? These questions are more are answered with grace in episode 6 of Beyond the Words. Send your questions and comments to email@example.com
Hosts Bob Wurzelbacher and Emily Strand, along with students from the University of Dayton, have their questions about the new Roman Missal answered by Karen Kane, Director of the Office of Worship for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, in this info-packed episode. Is there a new translation or a new Missal? Why does it take so long to translate our prayers for Mass? Who performs the translation? Does a new translation mean our old one is bad? And why is this happening now? Tune in to episode 5 of BTW for answers to these questions and more.