Daily Archives: 2 October 2005

The Weekend in Review

Friday’s concert of Monteverdi Vespers was magnificent. Other friends were heading to celebrate the beginning of the Michael Stern Era with the KC symphony. I thought my wife wouldn’t have liked it so much, but she definitely did. Brittany was … Continue reading

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AA12: On Young People

AA12 begins with a bit of misplaced optimism, I think, with regard to political importance. But the rest seems spot on: Young persons exert very important influence in modern society. There has been a radical change in the circumstances of … Continue reading

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Who Celebrates Liturgy?

Traditionally speaking, priests do. Catholics understand that verb applies to the priest in the sense of my Webster’s: “to perform (a ritual) publicly and formally.” In this, a priest actually conducts the significant acts of worship at Mass. So in … Continue reading

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