the USCCB is literal trash
They’re just poisoned due to the fact they’ve all been raised in a Protestant society and have to support the Imperialist gringo regime and not condemn the…
Well, so long as we’re doing realtalk: Ya’ll needed the Reformation somethin’ fierce. Breaking with you was good for us and damned necessary for you, but maybe we should have been working up Reconciliation a little sooner.
Oh please, y’all could’ve easily been like the Spanish Mystics. Radical heretics excommunicated one decade, then praised as theologicla revolutionaries the next.
We were DOING that; Elizabeth came to the throne with religious liberty as a leading element of her rule, kept the Church of England visibly Catholic, and then SOMEBODY *cough*PopePiusV*coughcough* said that killing her wasn’t a sin.
What I’m getting at is that there’s plenty of blame for a lack of reconciliation going around Europa.
And while we’re on the subject - there were these other guys, name of Luther, Calvin and Zwingli - maybe you’ve heard of them?
Those three sound like they don’t know how to use their salad forks.
You will love my 80-proofs for God’s existence through the discernment of spirits, to be posted eventually.
luxpaxveritas said: Annnnd when??
Looking like Late October-November at this point (re: move to Baltimore)
MOAR MEDIEVAL PILGRIMAGE MUSIC! (sry not sry)
Drunk and jamming out to Medieval Latin Pilgrimage music. God made a very strange creature.
WHERE DID YOU FIND THIS MUSIC?
YouTube has a surprisingly wonderful selection! This playlist is especially awesome for the Llibre Vermell if you want to make a virtual drunken pilgrimage to Our Lady of Montserrat. You can also find pretty comprehensive titles/playlists for other pilgrimage sites if you poke around YT! :D
I also have a wonderful CD from Waverly Consort and Carolina Pro Musica, the latter was a local group that specialized in midieval music and played frequently at Belmont Abbey, and the leader of that group also happened to by my Church Music teacher (I was the only one in this class) who introduced me to the joys of Pilgrimage music.