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January 19, 2009



Huh, funny how very similar this conversation is to so many my wife and I have had with friends lately, Protestant friends.

And I agree that technology has come a long ways, but not that far. (with respect to the organ comment)

"Engaging the whole mind and imagination is part and parcel of true worship." Absolutely, and the body as well.


A wise priest told me that he expects the sanctity of the Extraordinary Form - available at a few places within our diocese - will soon "inform" our conduct at the Ordinary Form.

Looks like you are seeing the fruit of this already!

I'm joining a newly organized Men's Schola in our area, myself.


I’m with you and Mark I think. I am content at any Mass, but I find it easier to worship when a Mass is done with the sort of reverence and adherence to tradition you described.

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