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Judge Bork Loves Latin

The Washington Times carries an uplifting story of the explosion of interest in Latin within the Church. One parish, attended by recent Catholic convert Robert Bork, held an introductory class and more than 70 parishioners, including Judge Bork, attended the first class. Very cool.

While not personally in favor of returning the old Roman (Tridentine) rite to wider use (see liturgical historian Denis Crouan for those particular reasons), I believe the use of Latin for the Ordinary of the Mass on Sundays would deeply enrich the life of the Church. With enough prayer, it may return!

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