In a way, I hope Pope Benedict does something with the 1570/1962 Mass soon. It’s becoming a guilty pleasure watching conservative Catholics tear each other apart over minutiae as they wait for the liturgical dark clouds to part and a … Continue reading
I’ve often felt much of the heavy-handed criticism of liberation theology under the anti-Marxist banner was a little too extreme to be entirely out from the shadows of hypocrisy. An interesting discussion is shaping up on dotCommonweal on this NY … Continue reading
This latest from the Cassini site: some nice colors coming through, though I wouldn’t want to be in any of those oval storms.
I haven’t linked to one of my favorite sacred music programs in a while. For the God Who Sings features several settings of Psalm 148 in the 6 May program, plus other musical items on a dreamy theme. It’s linked … Continue reading
Musicam Sacram takes five sections to look at the other six sacraments and some other liturgical celebrations of the Church. 42. The Council laid down in principle that whenever a rite, in keeping with its character, allows a celebration … Continue reading