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Posted by: Gil125 -
Aug. 20, 2005 3:30 PM ET USA
Like Dean, I plan to send it to our parish organist. She is magnificent!
Posted by: Dean -
Aug. 20, 2005 10:08 AM ET USA
But isn't this what we come to Mass for? To worship ourselves via greeting each other at the start of Mass, reaching across the pew (or chair) to grab a hand for the Our Father, hugging at the greeting of peace and lots of "noise" before and after Mass. So why shouldn't we sing hymns to and about ourself? A copy of her analysis of "favorites" will circulate in our parish. She confirms what I have been saying for some time - and she is right-on with Gather Us In! The Deacon
Posted by: Cornelius -
Aug. 20, 2005 9:01 AM ET USA
I'm shocked - she doesn't link to CWN!