Wednesday, December 28, 2005

I Found Another First Rate Blog
Thoughts From The Right

Excellent post from Boethius.

Here's an article on how some Catholic youth are embracing the Traditional Latin Mass. (Note from The Caveman: Reuters got it wrong. There wasn't 1,000 Traditional Catholic youths there... there was well over 3,000)

I still have my doubts, however, about the traditional liturgy. I attended the 9:30 a.m. Traditional Latin Mass at St. Josephat's in Detroit this morning, and it wasn't very entertaining.

No jokes, no guitars, no dancing, no smiling priests, no halter tops, no video projectors, and no hand-shaking, backslapping, or hugging at the sign of peace.

I mean, everything was so non-entertaining that I actually followed along in the Mass booklet. Of course, it was all "Sacrifice this" and "Sacrifice that," not to mention the incense and Gregorian Chant (wasn't that banned in Vatican II?).

Despite the lack of entertainment, I'll give it another shot. After all, I get plenty of entertainment the rest of the week.

5 Comments:

Anonymous KT said...

I am glad I read a little further down the post...I was fixing to take you off of my favorites list.

1:20 PM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Catholicus said...

Huh? Why, big daddy?? I thought we were tight, KT!! ;-)

1:31 PM  
Blogger Rick Lugari said...

Heya Caveman...

I'm pleased that you found Boethius. He's a great guy and a solid Catholic; I've even had the pleasure of meeting him personally. However, Thoughts from the Right is not active anymore (or at least at this time).

Boethius is blogging at Fumare.

It's a great blog that is pumped out by a bunch of Catholic lawyer types. Sorry for such an inane description, but that is the terms I would use if we yacking casually. ;)

Give 'em a try!

2:26 PM  
Blogger Tito said...

No cheerleaders in between the readings? What kind of Latin Mass is that?!

3:24 AM  
Blogger Fidei Defensor said...

Hey come on now the Halter tops are only being worn by the 1 or 2 teenage girls attending the Mass, forced by their parents and spending the time text messaging on their cell phone.

5:36 PM  

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