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Daily Archives: 27 March 2012
Let’s see how “Here I Am Lord” matches up with a classic Advent text and tune, “Creator of the Stars of Night.” Dan Schutte had been writing liturgical music for well over a decade when “Here I Am, Lord” was … Continue reading
Ecumenism: ah! Let’s remember that when we speak of ecumenism, we refer to the relationships between Christian communities, not the exchanges of Christians with those outside faith in Christ. The note with the title of this section refers to no less than … Continue reading