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Tuesday, 20 April 2010

St. Michael's Cathedral Blogspot

At the funeral last November of Monsignor Thomas Barrett Armstrong, former Director of St. Michael's Choir School, the homilist mentioned a plaque hanging in the Sacristy. I wondered then if it was the words on that plaque that helped to preserve the liturgy and a sacred Mass at St. Michael's Cathedral in spite of all the liturgical banality and abuse elsewhere.

Here it is:

And here is where I got it from. There is a new blog in Toronto on the Cathedral called St. Michael's Cathedral Blogspot and I encourage you to visit it regularly. It is run by a member of the laity.

The bricks are priceless!


OYTIΣ said...

Thanks Vox!

Julie said...

Thanks for the link. Glad to have found your fine blog, also. The music is a great touch.