Monday, June 05, 2006

Alphabet Soup
Rock reports that the USCCB proposal for downsizing includes remaning the BCL (Bishop's Committee on Liturgy) to the Committee for Divine Worship. CDW would also be "picking up the work of the ad hocs on "national shrines, the charismatic renewal, and church stewardship." Let me be the first among liberal liturgists to approve of this change. First, I think the Catholic liturgy we're doing these days is indeed divine. And if it's not, it's on the way. And second, "worship" is such a classy improvement over liturgy--they named a hymnal for it, you know. My question: Is Cardinal Maida going to foist off the JPII Center on the CDW? Or would that not be considered a shrine ...

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