Of course, as a Catholic, there are some things there that I don't understand. Pastoral search committees? Yeah, I wouldn't know anything about that. Our bishops pass out the assignments to the various parishes. Then there's the #1 favorite post about understanding how metrosexual your worship leader is. Right. The music at the Mass that I go to is usually a cantor and the older lady that plays the organ. Alma is great, definitely the spunky kind of a lady that I hope to grow up to be someday (minus the organ playing), but she doesn't lend me any kind of perspective on that topic.
Today I'm excited because there's a post asking what people are reading right now. That means that I have a whole new list of things to add to the reading list. You know, because I don't have enough books lying around waiting for my attention. It is a little hard for me to get in to that discussion, though, because a lot of the really great books I have read have been Catholic. Not that Catholic books are outlawed from the discussion, but I seriously doubt that the SCL readership is that interested on Scott Hahn's discussion on Mass in the book of Revelation in The Lamb's Supper. Absolutely great read, though, for Catholics and non-Catholics that are interested in learning more about the Mass and how it fits with the Bible. Also a very interesting take on some things in the book of Revelation.
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