Archbishop Chaput's provocative thoughts on liturgy
CWN - June 28, 2010
In a challenging talk on the crisis of the Catholic liturgy, Denver’s Archbishop Charles Chaput cites Romano Guardini, who questioned whether modern man can properly relate to liturgical prayer. The archbishop does not flinch from the question:
So is Guardini right? Does modern man seem incapable of real worship? I think so. But the more important question for us is this: If he is right, what are we going to do about it?
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