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Jan 12, 2022

On this week’s episode of The Walk Humbly Podcast:

  • Bishop Burbidge reflects on the deadly apartment fires in New York and Philadelphia.
  • The Vatican has issued clarifications on recent directives regarding the Traditional Latin Mass. Bishop Burbidge explains what that will mean in our diocese.
  • Pope Francis made headlines for saying the choice to have pets instead of children is “selfish.” Bishop Burbidge offers his reaction.
  • At this year’s March for Life, Bishop Burbidge will have a view from the front, joining a group from Christendom College that has been chosen to lead the annual event.
  • Updates on the diocesan Advisory Council on Racism as we approach the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.

Bishop Burbidge answers the following question from the faithful:

  • I hear we are ordaining several priests this June. What is their final semester in seminary typically like as they approach ordination?