The secular liturgy of the Olympic ceremony
CWN - July 31, 2012
In a witty and perceptive comment on the opening ceremonies of the Olympic Games, George Weigel remarks that the spectacular show should serve a useful purpose: “It reminds the world that you can’t invent liturgy.”
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