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Camelot; Or, What to Wear to Mass AND SOMETIMES TEA - July 13, 2015 ... thousand fifteen is this: they don't wear suits to work. They don't own "suits," especially if by "suits" you mean the plural of "suit." They may have a suit which they can wear on certain occasions such as weddings or funerals, but even if they do, chances are it may need a bit of alteration when they take it out of the suit bag for such an event. If they wear that suit 52 to 58 times a year (depending on whether they a] live in a diocese which still has the Ascension Feast on Thursday and b] ...http://redcardigan.blogspot.com/2015/07/camelot-or-what-to-wear-to-mass.html
Joan of Arc Writes in From the Culture Wars. 'OD'S BLOG! - June 12, 2015 Typical insipid church art. Anglican. This article is a mixed bag. On the one hand, it is absolutely correct in pointing out that Catholics and the right must not ignore the culture. That is the one sure way to lose the culture wars. Moreover, while Christian morality is now a hard sell, the appeal to beauty is the ace we hold in the new evangelization that is so desperately needed in Europe and North America. In any case, the creation of beauty is our religious duty. And ...http://odsblog.blogspot.com/2015/06/joan-of-arc-writes-in-from-culture-wars.html
Imagine: The Catholic Song Parody AND SOMETIMES TEA - May 28, 2015 ... already seen the National Allegedly Catholic Reporter's ludicrous and laughable take on what the ideal American Catholic church is going to look like in 2063. If you haven't, I'll warn you: the repeated and strong eye-rolls may give you a headache : To the simple notes of a single piano, the parish choir and the congregation sang a sweet, lilting version of "Come to the Water" as liturgical dancers, altar servers, ministers of the word, parish ...http://redcardigan.blogspot.com/2015/05/imagine-catholic-song-parody.html
If This Goes On DARWINCATHOLIC - May 27, 2015 Imagine if Austin Powers were a liturgist, waking up from a sleep that began in 1980 to go on as if liturgical dancing and felt banners were still cutting edge. That's kind of the flavor of a piece by Patrick Reardon in the National Catholic Reporter which tries to envision American Catholicism fifty years after the election of Pope Francis . Song leader Sophia Santiago stood to the right of the altar of St. Gertrude Church in Chicago ...http://darwincatholic.blogspot.com/2015/05/if-this-goes-on.html
"Backwards vs. Forwards"—What Does It Mean? NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - May 4, 2015 ... abroad for almost eight years, the transition was initially a challenging one. Although the Lord fairly soon led me to Wyoming Catholic College (which had just been founded), for a certain time it wasn't at all clear what my next step should be. At this juncture my family and I spent a little time visiting friends in California and visiting some of the Missions along the way. At one of these missions, I picked up a holy card of Bd. Junipero Serra that carried in bold letters ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/taULaS0itBc/backwards-vs-forwardswhat-does-it-mean.html
Which Jesus Is Your Shepherd? FATHER RAY'S 'OTHER' CORNER - April 26, 2015 (Fourth Sunday of Easter (B): This homily was given on April 26, 2015 at St. Pius X Church, Westerly, R.I., by Fr. Raymond Suriani. Read Acts 4: 8-12; 1 John 3: 1-2; John 10: 11-18.) [For the audio version of this homily, click here: Fourth Sunday of Easter 2015 ] Every Christian will say, "Jesus is my shepherd." And that's good; every Christian should say that! But that assertion still leaves one very important question unanswered: WHICH JESUS is the person talking about? ...http://fatherrays.blogspot.com/2015/04/which-jesus-is-your-shepherd.html