Broadcasts on Guéranger now DAILY, starting tonight (Sunday, June 24) at 10 pm Eastern!
Well, I haven't heard back from EVERYBODY who's been watching my broadcasts on Dom Guéranger's The Liturgical Year, but everyone who has provided feedback so far has unanimously said that he/she would prefer that henceforth I broadcast DAILY, commenting on the readings for just that day -- as opposed to continuing to do what we've done up until now: attempting to discuss a week's worth of readings each Saturday night -- with nearly inevitable overflow sessions.
So that's what I've decided to do, starting TONIGHT (Sunday, June 24). I myself could broadcast at 9 pm Eastern tonight, but I think it would be more considerate to provide a bit more advance notice to my viewers (and perhaps also provide my viewers with the necessary time to tackle today's readings, for those who've not yet done so).
So tonight we'll broadcast at 10 pm Eastern, though, starting tomorrow, the daily Guéranger broadcast will be much earlier than that -- in fact, earlier even than 9 pm. This way the 9 pm slot can be used on various nights of the week and weekend for the resumption of our various weekly series on the Psalms, the Gospel of Mark, the book of Genesis, etc., as well as (spaced out over time) the launch of various new series on church history/history of the papacy, the Church Fathers, apologetics, Catholic philosophy, the writings of St. Thomas Aquinas, etc.
If you haven't already completed them, the pages you'll want to read prior to my 10 pm (Eastern Time) broadcast tonight would be "The Liturgical Year," volume XI, pages 132-149 ("The Fifth Sunday after Pentecost"), as well as volume XII, pp. 229-270 (June 24, "The Nativity of St. John the Baptist").
See you at 10 pm!
In Jesus and Mary,
Updated On: June 24th, 2018