Saturday, February 11, 2012

Traditional Bishop Appointed to Lourdes

Edit:  What's going on? Wondering why all the stuff about Lourdes today around and about. Today is the Commemoration of when Our Lady first appeared to the children. Here's the translation from Messa in Latino, it wasn't hard.  Feel free to suggest your own:
[MIL, Italia/Francia] On the day when the Blessed Virgin appeared to St. Bernadette, the Holy Father Benedict XVI has appointed the new bishop of Lourdes : it is His Excellency Monsignor Nicolas Brouwet , the youngest bishop in France, now Auxiliary Bishop of Nanterre. 
 Born in 1962 has participated, both as a priest and bishop, several pilgrimages of Pentecost of Notre-Dame de Chrétienté, from Paris to Chartres, again last Christmas he celebrated Mass in the  ancient Roman rite . His appointment to Lourdes, a Diocese which is international and highly visible, represents a significant turn for the Church of France, which significantly strengthens the bishops who want to operate in the way impressed by Pope Benedict XVI since the beginning of his pontificate.
 Aware that the restoration is proceeding in the best ways, we express to Your Excellency our warmest wishes for a fruitful ministry!

Ad multos annos! 

AC at Messa in Latino

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