I’ve got a few thoughts on the relationship between churches and non-profits sparked muchly by lp’s current predicament. I’ll get to them later, though… Let me just lead in with this…who’s the greatest non-profit organizer of early Christianity? Paul. Just … Continue reading
M and I spent some time yesterday pointing Gospel texts for the Feast of the Ascension. Doing so brought some things to mind I thought I’d mention. On Gospel Tones First, plainchant in general and Gospel/Lection tones in particular are … Continue reading
or Everything you every wanted to know about Christological heresies but were afraid to ask I. Disclaimer I’ll start off with a disclaimer. This disclaimer is entirely directed towards my comrade D.C. for reasons that will become clear as I … Continue reading
Yes, it’s an Anglo-Saxonist’s favorite week of the sanctoral cycle. Let’s dust off those feast day books and get ready… May 19–Dunstan, Archbishop of Canterbury and one of the main architects of the Benedictine Revival May 20–Alcuin, the learned Deacon … Continue reading
Probably, but there’s one adaptation that can’t be missed. Yes, it’s the Da Vinci Code in Middle English Verse!
Okay–read over the RC and LME on the train. Here’s the thing…both the RC and the LME (Ae’s adaptation or customary-on-the-customary of the RC) both mandate Easter festivities “According to Gregory” and in line with OR I. In the secular … Continue reading
For the Journal of Advanced Toddler Studies. “‘Really Useful’ vs. ‘Confusion and Delay’: The Construction of Virtue and Vice in the Moral Universe of Thomas the Tank Engine“