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“In the 17th century came the crushing blow which destroyed the beauty of all Breviary hymns. Pope Urban VIII (d. 1644) was a Humanist. In a fatal moment he saw that the hymns do not all conform to the rules of classical prosody.”
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Video Interview • Msgr. Georg Ratzinger About His Brother, Pope Benedict XVI
published 12 December 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

WE SELDOM SHARE videos on this blog, but we could not resist sharing this one, which asks interesting questions like, “When did your brother first call you on the phone, after he was elected pope?”