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The most faithful of priests might be brought to their knees by the idea of preaching to the pope.
Imagine being assigned to give Caruso some tips on how to carry a tune or Babe Ruth some pointers on hitting homers.
But the Rev. Raniero Cantalamessa, 72, a Capuchin friar, seems unfazed by his task. Since 1980, he has served as "preacher to the papal household." He offers weekly sermons to the pope and his top aides during the religious seasons of Advent and Lent.
Asked if he feels pressure to produce words of brilliance or a message of unprecedented insight, Cantalamessa smiles.
"No, no, not really," he says. "It is a grace. It is a blessing. I am not promoting a message of mine. It is the message of Jesus."
There is a notable mistake in the article where Fr. Cantalamessa is called the pope's liturgist. That is a title which still belongs to Archbishop Piero Marini.
Pope Benedict XVI, who would sit in the front row for Cantalamessa's sermons when he was still Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, chose to retain him as his personal liturgist.
One great resource is Fr. Cantalamessa's website where his homilies are archived.