“How is liturgical life in the U.S. shaped by — and attentive to — the multiethnic, multilingual, multicultural context in which it takes place? Which specific formats and experiences have proven valuable? How sensitive and open are Catholic worship services to so-called minorities (imagined and real?). And what might the global church — and specifically German-speaking Catholics in Europe — learn from the U.S. church in this regard?”
These are just some of the questions raised for me by a German Catholic magazine.
I have my ideas, but how would you answer?