Tag Archives: Psalms

Missing My Anchor

I confess some bad days in pandemic-land. I’ve spent over thirty years tending to the worship life of my parish–forty if I count my experiences in college and young adulthood before I entered full-time service. The one Mass per week … Continue reading

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A Golden Thought on Psalmody

From the mouth of John Chrysostom: Every time the Christian people apply themselves to the recitation of the Psalms they become like a lyre ready to vibrate under the hand of the Holy Spirit, who touches the most profound chords … Continue reading

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The Long Psalms

The long psalms have been a curiosity to me ever since I first cracked open my mother’s Bible. Being a good Baptist, she referred to what is now my favorite book in the Scriptures as Psalms, and in her KJV, … Continue reading

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