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Monthly Archives: May 2006
Some inspiring and enjoyable music for Ascension on the great Australian program, For the God Who Sings. There’s a nice helping of Palestrina and Bach, plus a really nice piece by the Scot James MacMillan sung by the cathedral choir … Continue reading
Check out this NCR piece on the experience of doing mission work in Kentucky. Amy also posted the link today, but as of early tonight, she hasn’t opened the doors for her commentariat, so I’ll chime in here. First, I … Continue reading
We’ll see how it goes Sunday. Just after the people finish follow-along with reading II, they can check the tune for the sequence in the OCP missal, VENI SANCTE SPIRITUS. For one Mass, anyway. I think I’d adapt something for … Continue reading
Gaudium et Spes 61 addresses the basic human values of intellect, will, conscience, and community–aspects which the Church insists must be the basis for the formation of new generations: Today it is more difficult to form a synthesis of the … Continue reading
Scientists may have uncovered why the icy moon’s hot spot is at the south pole. We’ve known that small irregularly shaped moons align their long axis toward the large planet. To visualize, a city-sized moon shaped like a potato would … Continue reading
The no-kneeling fuss in Orange County, California has made its predictable rounds in the blogosphere. A few otherwise loyal and obedient Catholics are somewhat dreaming of being Californians just so they can defy one or two bishops there. (Is it … Continue reading
“I’m with the church. I’m just not with hate,” said Father Martin Kurylowicz. This guy professed celibacy, but he’s still out on his duff. Turns out that his revelation of being homosexual dates back nine years, but his suspension is … Continue reading
Check out the new heterodoxmobile for the Flowerday homestead. Just imagine a nice liturgical white for Easter instead of ordinary green, and you’re there. My first four-door car ever, and only the third I’ve ever owned. The Great Car Shopping … Continue reading
At Saturn, today from the Cassini web page, a color comparison between the solar system’s 2nd largest moon and its largest ring system.
It’s required. It only comes up once a year. Most pew people don’t know the tunes. How would you handle it? All the verses or just some? Is it okay to have the cantor or choir sing it alone? Would … Continue reading
This should be a popular thread. Ever been in a parish where you were asked to wear red on Pentecost? Have you complied or demurred? Would you float the idea yourself? What do you think my take on wearing red … Continue reading
They’re not looking for green-skinned slave girls, but attempting to probe for atmospheric structure on the big planet. Stuff of science officers, not captains. Personally, I preferred Susan Oliver as a blonde, and the green skin isn’t really a turn-on. … Continue reading
The LA Times notices the Orange County brouhaha over kneeling. I think Amy and most of her commentariat miss the mark on it. Liturgical “progressives” are all for diversity, except when it comes to a pet issue or two – … Continue reading
The pope is hopeful of mixed marriages among Christians of different denominations. Zenit has last week’s full address from the Holy Father.
The evangelicals have discovered confession. Caveat emptor, fundies. A member confesses an extra-marital affair, but refuses to end it. The pastor adheres to the Lord’s prescription for confronting sin in the Gospel of Matthew and takes it to others. When … Continue reading