Sunday, January 22, 2006

On Catholic worship
There is an inherent worth in ancient liturgies. I imagine they are strange at first to anyone. If they afford some kind of soul connection that was not there before, then the new manner of worship with the physical element and the incorporation of all the senses will eventually fit as a legitimate aspect of this life that is truly apart from this world, and appreciated as transcending what is normal and regular. The worth of it, I think, is exactly because it is not normal and regular... it is a more perfect expression of a supernatural relationship.
Many thanks to Laura (dormitantius).

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