Inside Liturgy Here’s my latest article for the Crisis Magazine’s website Inside Catholic. It’s called What in the Liturgy is Going On? PatheosDwight2008-02-22T06:32:00-04:00February 22nd, 2008|Categories: Patheos|6 Comments Share This Post, Choose Your Platform! facebooktwitterlinkedinreddittumblrpinterestEmail Related Posts No Salvation Outside the Church? May 15th, 2020 | 0 Comments Ghosts, Demons and Deliverance April 22nd, 2020 | 3 Comments The Chair of Peter: Furniture Matters… February 22nd, 2020 Sanity and Sanctity February 21st, 2020 | 3 Comments Sweet Heart February 14th, 2020 | 11 Comments 6 Comments Adrienne February 22, 2008 at 11:37 amLog in to Reply Wonderful article. You prove that it is not necessary to smack people over the head. Leading gently always works better. truthfinder February 22, 2008 at 11:56 amLog in to Reply Very clear, reasoned explanation, Father. As a convert who was formerly an Episcopalian, I appreciate the Holy Father’s pointing us toward the reason for worship. Thank you! Jenny February 22, 2008 at 12:16 pmLog in to Reply Wonderfully full yet “user-friendly” explanation of what our Holy Father is about…Again, and again, and again I say that I wish we lived closer to Greenville! Blessings, Jenny Bobalouie February 22, 2008 at 8:18 pmLog in to Reply Hello Father! Your article points to such a strong contrast between “competing” visions. I’m visiting Naples, Fl and went to a church that just opened last summer. No statues, pictures, paintings, kneelers or tabernacle… just 4 very large monitor screens embedded in the walls around the “worship space.” How iconically ironic for a “modern” Catholic church, nothing to look at but monitor screens during Mass! What is the “hermeneutic of continuity” for the next generation from this parish? kkollwitz February 23, 2008 at 7:40 pmLog in to Reply “…when we attend Mass we are entering the very throne room of the King…. If this is so, then the whole perspective shifts…”Indeed it does. Lately at Mass I’ve been reflecting on the Cloud of Witnesses, i.e., the saints who are attending the Divine Liturgy along with us. I try to imagine how the Consecration must look from their perspective. Given that their perceptions are no longer obscured by sin, somehow they must see the bread & wine become Body & Blood plainly and objectively. I suppose they can see all the sacraments operating as plain as day, and I try to imagine how this must look. Liturgy February 27, 2008 at 5:23 pmLog in to Reply A helpful article thank youhighlighting how we stress one aspect of the liturgy at one timeand another at a different time.BlessingsBoscowww.liturgy.co.nz Leave A Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.