Those of you who have had to listen to me pontificate about church music for any length of time will have heard me lament, quality or music, quality of lyrics, lack of scriptures and theological statements in modern music. You will have no doubt also heard me groan at the mention of most Christmas music
Fr Simon has put together a new video. Anyone from Holy Nativity, spoiler alert.
When Harold Ramis died it was a sad day for me. He was one of the actors in some of the first films I ever watched. As I sit typing away at my work on inculturation and Anglican liturgy I have Ghostbusters on the TV to keep me company. I had forgotten all about this
I don’t think I need to write an article about our international aid budget do I?
Hat tip to @prescentorsue for bringing it to my attention.
Who would have bought Milton jones was so sensible? If you haven’t already got it, buy his book.
This is the second hymn Metanoia played at yesterday’s Blessēd big bash in The Big Top at Greenbelt. It’s going to make a few appearances at The Rock Mass over the next year or so.
I’ve spent the last four weeks doing activity days with 5-11 year old’s at Holy Nativity. Today we looked at The Good Samaritan and “who is my neighbour”? Two minutes and seventeen seconds of animation isn’t going to fill your four hours up but they all shouted “let’s watch it again” afterwards. I think it