As an Episcopalian, I live and work in a church that has tried to deal accommodatingly with liturgical change—and has done so for some time. And in spite of all the headline-grabbing difficulties in the Episcopal Church and in the Anglican Communion, there remains a lot of room for positive, healthy diversity in expression, especially on the level of parish life.
Archive for January 5th, 2010
In September 2009, the Diekmann Center at Saint John’s School of Theology·Seminary hosted Msgr. Bruce Harbert, executive director of ICEL, to deliver the address “The Missal’s Image of God.” The Rev. Carl Daw, executive director of The Hymn Society of the U.S. and Canada, gave the response. Both are available online.
Actually this posting should be titled The “New” Liturgical Movement. … In reality the only thing new about The New Liturgical Movement is the sophisticated technology used in presenting traditional Roman Catholic liturgy.