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Cardinal Arinze on Liturgical Dance, Sacred Music

September 15th, 2010, Promulgated by Mike

St. Theodore Parish, inter alii, should take note …

H/T: RochChaCha

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3 Responses to “Cardinal Arinze on Liturgical Dance, Sacred Music”

  1. avatar Scott W. says:

    “Every music has it’s own setting.”

    Amen to that. Unfortunately, a huge error has arisen that as long as the lyrics are theologically sound, scripturally based, etc., then virtually any accompanying music is acceptable. The Cardinal touched on that, but I’d love more Church leaderships to really hammer that home.

  2. avatar Jim R says:

    Honestly, I’d settle for lyrics that are “theologically sound, scripturally based, etc.” So often they “ain’t” even that!!!

  3. avatar Bill B says:

    You realize that these hymnals have a range of “stuff.” In a lot of cases, the people choosing the musical fare, are not even trained in what to look for. That is what I’ve noticed over the years. Get it done, regardless of the readings, current feasts etc. Can’t blame someone who is trying though.


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