(Vatican Radio) On ‘Vatican Weekend’ for August 23, 2014 Veronica Scarisbrick brings you echoes of the pontificate of the first pope of the twentieth century who died on July 20, 1914, they say of a broken heart because of the sounds of war. He’s Saint Pope Pius X who also happened to found the Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music and wrote a Motu Proprio focusing on sacred music. One issued only a few months into his pontificate as our popular Latin Lover Carmelite Father Reginald Foster tells us.
Listen to ‘Vatican Weekend’ for August 23, 2014 a programme presented and produced by Veronica Scarisbrick:
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