Daily Archives: 20 June 2007

Meditation on Integrity

Almost two years ago, I first heard Garrett Fisher’s wonderful chamber opera, The Passion of Saint Thomas More, blogging about it here. If you live within driving distance of my parish, you can not only hear it, but see it … Continue reading

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Labyrinthine

Any complaints out there about the use of a pseudo-labyrinth for the NPM logo? Notice you can’t get in or out of it. I’d think the reform2 crew would have something pithy to say about it.

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Eucharisticum Mysterium 24: Art

We touch a good bit on architecture and art in the following sections. First we hear of the importance of taking care with the buildings we use: 24. “The church, the house of prayer, must be well cared for and … Continue reading

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Trautman, Ally or Obstacle?

Regarding the Bishop of Erie, the comboxes have the usual mix of fuzzy and solid thinking. This thread is worth following, certainly the solid comments of Liam, Dale, and RP. I think there are better spokespeople for good liturgical sense. … Continue reading

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