I wonder, what if we treated liturgy the way Steve Jobs treated technology? That is, don’t promote a thing, a commodity, but a way of life—of living—and do it in a way that is beautiful and simple, that changes people’s lives, helps them feel confident, and makes it easier for them to do what they are called to do. And always demand that the team live by the vision and strive for excellence at all times.

What Catholics have is way better than any technology or innovation. Could we not do the liturgy as well and promote it as passionately as this one man did with his life’s work? iWonder.

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