Here are three other talks from the 2004 Una Voce conference in Cedar Rapids, IA. It was extremely cool to have a priest from the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (FSSP) alongside of a priest from the Institute of Christ the King (ICRSS) at the conference. It was a good opportunity for a little "cross pollination" between the two groups, both of which are doing excellent work.
Fr. Chad Ripperger, FSSP gave two talks:
In Tradition and Liturgy, Fr. Ripperger shows how the traditional Latin Mass is a fundamental witness to the fullness of the Catholic Tradition, what he calls a "monument" of our faith on the order of the most authoritative Creeds, papal definitions, and conciliar decrees.
In The Dangers of Modern Psychology, Fr. Ripperger highlights the essentially secular and un-Christian (and sometimes overtly anti-Christian) nature of the approach taken in much modern psychology.
Fr. Richard von Menschengen, ICRSS also gave two talks, but unfortunately I only captured one on tape:
Liturgy and Personality, a look at the thought of Dietrich von Hildebrand on this topic. Unfortunately, for some reason, I'm not able to upload this MP3 to my web site. I will complete this link as soon as it's available.
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