Blessing the city streets

This is a syndicated post from The Chant Café. [Read the original article...]

In my last semester of theology school, I sat in a seminar between a Latin whiz who made a special point of showing up to my final exams to encourage me, and the author of this important article, and the three of us competed with a very well-educated priest of the Diocese of Moscow. It was a terrifically enjoyable class, a dozen or so disciplined and smart characters working on ressourcement Thomism.

The Latin whiz, now a priest, sings in this interesting video, featuring a mystical hymn written by George Herbert and Ralph Vaughan Williams, two Anglicans, and set in New York City.

Having personally known Fr.’s kindness in many ways, it’s nice to see him expressing in music some of the spirituality that underlies his many fine qualities.

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Kathleen Pluth (390 Posts)


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