Daily Archives: 18 January 2016


An enormously long blog post here contrasting the use of chant and official texts versus non-plainsong and other texts. As usual, the reform2 stance suffers from a bit of myopia. Note their use of certain terms: Four-hymn sandwich began as … Continue reading

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Laudato Si 218: Examining Our Consciences

The encyclical letter Laudato Si is available here on the Vatican website. Conversion is change. But in the Christian context, it means an examination of conscience, and an admission of sin and guilt. 218. In calling to mind the figure … Continue reading

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