Daily Archives: 15 May 2006

Secret Ingredient

My mom could really make a fine southern fried chicken meal. It was the only way my dad would tolerate poultry. Anita brought home some chicken from the store tonight, so I breaded it in matzo meal and corn flour … Continue reading

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Making Progress In Chant I

I had lunch with a colleague in a nearby parish today. It got me thinking about the implementation of chant–both in her parish and in my own. In no particular order, I’m going to address some challenges and make some … Continue reading

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“Dr Jaroslav Pelikan falls asleep in the Lord”

You’ve probably heard elsewhere about the recent passing of the eminent church historian; the announcement from St Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary is here. Another notable church historian, Mark Noll, now of Notre Dame, wrote an article about Dr Pelikan in … Continue reading

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