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Latin Sermon of John Hunwicke, St. Mary the Virgin, Oxford

Latin Sermon of John Hunwicke, St. Mary the Virgin, Oxford

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PERSONALORDINARIATEOFOURLADYOFWALSINGHAMPRESSRELEASETuesday17January2012ForImmediateRelease
ForfurtherdetailspleasecontacttheCommunicationsOfficer:TheReverendJamesBradley(james.bradley@ordinariate.org.uk )
 ANAUSPICIOUSDAYMARKEDINNEWMAN’SPULPIT
AformerAnglicanpriestandmemberofthePersonalOrdinariateofOurLadyofWalsinghamgavetheLatinSermonattheUniversityofOxfordthisweekend.JohnHunwicke,whoiswellknownforhiseruditewritingonliturgyandClassics,gavethesermon-notasermonintheusualecclesiasticalsense-intheUniversityChurchofStMarytheVirginonSunday15January,thefirstanniversaryoftheestablishmentofthePersonalOrdinariateofOurLadyofWalsingham,withthepermissionandblessingoftheOrdinary.WhilststillanAnglican,BlessedJohnHenryNewman(whoisthepatronoftheOrdinariate)wastheVicarofStMary'sanditwasfromthesamepulpitthathepreachedandJohnKeblegavehisAssizeSermon,thattheLatinSermonisgiven.JohnHunwickejoinsotherCatholics,includingProfessorRichardParish,ingivingtheLatinSermon.ENDS
 
ThefulltextandanEnglishparaphraseisgivenbelow:
Suntautem,Oxonienses,etaliiproquibusOmnipotentemdeprecaripossimus.MensisenimIanuariidiesiamquintusdecimuslucescit;quidiesquamquamnonomnibuscandiduslaetitiamtamennonnullishaudminimamadferredebet.NamannusunuselapsusestabillodiequoBenedictuspapaeiusnominissextusdecimus,advocatisbeataMariaetbeatoIohanneHenrico,huiusecclesiaequondamVicario,Ordinariatumutvocanterexit.Quemveropontificem,inAngliaperegrinantem,hosapicessomniantesnonvisitasse,virumdoctissimumadoctisnonessereceptum,virumergaDeiGenetricemtampiuminhaceiusdemecclesialocumorandinoninvenisse,virumscriptisbeatiIohannisHenriciinterprimoseruditum,eiusaltare,eiusambonem,nonvidisse–dicoaperte–admodumdoleo.Fingite,Academici,pontificemporticumillamappropinquareperquambeatusIohannesHenricushancaedemprecaturuscontionaturuslitaturussaepeingressusest;porticumdicoiuxtamentemarchiepiscopiilliusaedificatamquinominesuomartyriisuiLAUDesdesignavit,cuiusporticuslocumsummumritecoronataDeiparaVirgotenet.ColumnasidempapaagnovissetqualessalomoniacasnuncupatasIohannesLaurentiuscircaaltareclavigeridiscipuliincolleVaticanoeisdemfereannisponebatquibushuncimaginemhancporticumhascolumnas,pignoraducopopuliChristianiinunitatemconiuncti,almaAcademiaOxoniierigendascuravit.QuaeverofactasuntinaevocumoecumenicotumMarianoquotemporeRomaetCantuariapaeneinterseosculataesunt;quoaevoCatholicaeEcclesiaegubernaculasummusillepontifexetUrbanusetdoctustenebatcuiusauspiciisvatesquidemPolonicus,viripsoFlaccominimeindignus,Virginis“teretespedumsurasnonhumilemlambereCynthiam”canerenondedignatusest.Quaetamenmentibusprofanioribushodienonplacerevidentur.En!–ProducovobisvirumPhilosophiaeNaturalisperitumqui
thymiamata
foetidacordasacratasuavitateminsulsamineptiasdeniquevirginum
 polystephon
aususestclamitare.Qualisviretquotelegantiarumrefertus!NonsicIohannesvesterHenricus,qui,utipsedixit,cultumverumbeatissimaeilliVirginiadhibuitcuiusincollegiovitamdegitcuiusaraeinserviebatquamiuvenisinconcioneImmaculatamconfessusest.Cuiusvocemargenteamquaeecclesiamhancabadulescentibusfrequentarieffecitillimuripenitushauserunt;quaevoxdoctrinamEcclesiaeAnglicanaenecumdecretisConciliiTridentinidiscreparetsubtiliterillustravit.Aliiquoquehicauditisunt:HebraicaedicolinguaeprofessoremillumRegium,
Eirenici
auctorem,quononaliuseotemporedoctior,quiSacramEucharistiam,scriptispatrumecclesiarumGraecarumperpensis,tantaclaritatetamquemirificeexposuitutabonereinfraUniversitatemperbienniumpraedicandiiniquoiudiciosemotussit.Numimmemoressumusmathematicitheologipastoris,AedisChristiquondamCanoniciet
 
PraelectorisBamptoniani,quideCatholicaveritateetUnitateChristianorumtamoccidentaliumquamorientaliumindesinenterscriberesolebat;qualesviritheologizantes(utapraesulehaudignotodictumest)infrasonumcampanarumecclesiasticarum,quamquaminCommunioneAnglicanamortui,nihilominusdoctoresseiunctiEcclesiaeCatholicaeiusteappellatisunt.Ideoqueetnos,tantamhabentesimpositamnubemtestium,OmnipotentemdeprecemurproEcclesia,quampacificarecustodireadunareetregeresicdigneturutperorbemterrarumDeoPatri,Filio,etSpirituiSanctositgloriaetmagnificentia,imperiumetpotestas,etnuncetinomniasaeculasaeculorum.Amen.
ENGLISHPARAPHRASE
Whatalonglistofnames!ButIwanttosuggestsomeotherswecouldmention.Today,January15,isexactlyoneyearsincetheoccasion,joyfulformanyofus,whenBenedictXVIerectedan‘Ordinariate’underthetitleofOurLadyofWalsinghamandBlessedJohnHenryNewman.Ashame,don’tyouthink,that,duringhisvisittoEngland,thePopewasunabletovisitOxfordtoreceiveafittingwelcomefromhisfellowacademicsand–asamanwithagreatdevotiontoourLady–tosayaprayerinthischurchofhers.AleadingexpertonNewman,hecouldhaveseenNewman’saltarandpulpit.Justimaginehim,walkingdowntheHightothatporchthroughwhichNewmansooftenenteredtopray,topreach,tooffertheEucharisticSacrifice.AsheenteredthischurchthroughtheporchbuiltattheinstigationofthemartyredArchbishopWilliamLaud(whoseenemiesheldagainsthimthefactthatitcontainsacrownedstatueofourLady),HisHolinesswouldhavebeenmadetofeelathomebyseeingabraceoftwistybaroquepillars,socloselysimilartothosewhichBerninicontemporaneouslybuiltinSPeter’s,Rome!Laud’sandBernini’sdecadewasonemarkedwithapparentlyrealisticexpectationsofunitybetweenRomeandCanterbury.Idonotonlyrefertothoseexuberantcolumns:thecrownedstatueofMaryremindsusthat,duringtheBarberinipapacy,LaudianOxfordseemedtobejoiningCatholicEuropeindevotiontotheMotherofGod–adevotionwhichcouldbelearnedlyanddivertinglycombinedwithahumanisticappreciationofClassicalliterature.OneofUrbanVIII’sassociates,MaciejKazimierz,‘theChristianHorace’,wasemboldenedtoembodythetriumphantlyMarianWomanofRevelation12:1(whohasthemoonunderherfeet),withinthemetreandformatofOdesIII:28,andbroughttogether,insevenconcisewords,thetragicfigureofCleopatrainOdesI:37andtheslavegirl’sanklesfromOdesII:4!Allthisisnotperhapsquiteinthestyleofamodernsecularuniversity.ItseemsafarcryfromRichardDawkins’attackuponthe

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