Edit: a correspondent sends us this citation from Archbishop Sample:
"What sparked my interest in it was Pope Benedict’s 2007 motu proprio Summorum Pontificum [granting greater freedom to priests to celebrate the older form of the liturgy]. I thought, “I’m a bishop of the Catholic Church, and it’s my responsibility to know how to celebrate Mass according to both the new and old rites.” I’ve learned the Tridentine liturgy, and have since celebrated three Pontifical High Masses and Masses for the Fraternity of St. Peter and the Institute of Christ the King (in Florence, Italy)."
There's also another take covering the problematic OCP on Chant Cafe.
(Vatican/Washington) Pope Benedict XVI named the Bishop of Marquette in Michigan, Msgr Alexander Sample, to be the new Archbishop of Portland, Oregon. The 52 year old Msgr. Sample is then the youngest Archbishop in the USA, and was also at 45, the youngest Bishop in North America.
The new Archbishop was ordained as a priest in 1990. He subsequently earned his doctorate in Canon Law in Rome. He was on the marriage tribunal of his home diocese of Marquette and active as spiritual assistant of the Knights of Columbus. In January 2006 Pope Benedict named him as the Bishop of his home diocese.
Archbishop Sample is a member of the new Bishops Congregation in the USA, who speaks with a clear and powerful voice in the teaching of the Faith. He gave seminarians in the Seminary of the Society of St. Peter in Nebraska, the diaconal ordination and on July 3rd, 2012 in Florence even ordained Italian seminarians in Florence also of the traditional Institute of Christ the King and Sovereign Priest for the subdiaconate and diaconate.
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