Posts Tagged ‘Liturgical lockdown’

Learning from liturgical disruption – have your say

Thursday, March 4th, 2021

Masses cancelled, funerals with just ten people, marriages postponed, sacramental programmes delayed, no shared chalice, and a new way to exchange the sign of peace, touchless ashes on Ash Wednesday, no ashes on Ash Wednesday are a few of the now-familiar marks of what has been termed a Liturgical Disruption. Add to them, the lengths Read more

The priest, his podcast and the exploding bike tyre

Thursday, May 21st, 2020

Father Sean Connolly has built a strong local following for his daily Evening Prayer podcast from St George’s in the East Anglia diocese. However, one recent broadcast did not quite go as planned after he went off for his hour’s daily exercise on his bike. Read more Related Posts:What Jesus preached might help us post-COVID-19Columbans Read more

Jacinda nearly succeeded in humiliating us, a worshipping community

Monday, May 18th, 2020

The Catholic parishes in Palmerston North, comprising the Holy Spirit Cathedral, Palmerston North, Our Lady of Lourdes and Foxton intended to live-stream Sunday Mass from the Cathedral. Under the current law, up to 10 people are permitted to make up the church service. With such a limitation, it became abundantly clear that the parishes would Read more