Most Reverend Blase Cupich, Bishop of Spokane, presents on the new translation of the Roman Missal.
In the late 1980's when I was vocation director for the Diocese of Savannah, we had college seminarians at the Pontifical College Josephinum in Columbus, Ohio. Bishop Cupich was the rector of this seminary at the time which also included the major seminary. Bishop Cupich offered me a position at the college level program as "dean of students" which might be better classified as "prefect of discipline." Of course I was quite flattered and told him he would need to write a letter to Bishop Lessard requesting that I be released from the Diocese to take on this position. I certainly wanted a letter like that in my file to counterbalance all the negative ones! But I really wasn't enthused about the position and leaving the diocese, so when Bishop Lessard asked if I wanted to go, I said I had prayed about it and would prefer to carry on as is. But I often wonder where my life as a priest would be now if I had taken the assignment. When the road forks, and one takes one direction over another, will there be parallel time in heaven for us to see what might have been?
At any rate, I 'm sure you will set aside about three hours to view these videos on the revised English Mass!