Is up now… I’m adjusting to the summer schedule with the girls at home full-time! I really am shooting to release these on Sunday/Monday rather than Tuesday/Wednesday, and am hoping for better success for the coming week.
Here’s the second part of my presentation for the Society of Scholar Priests. Part 1 introduces Xunzi as a pre-modern person interested in how ritual practice forms virtue; part 2 is here, part 3 is looking at classical Anglican liturgy with Xunzi’s thoughts in mind. (Production on the next Liturgical Look
I often post sections or entireties of presentations that I give for various groups—this is one of them. I was invited to present at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Scholar-Priests this past month on the broad & general topic of the liturgy and formation. This gave me an
The new Liturgical Look Forward is up now! Oh—and for Patreon subscribers there’s a bonus video available too.
I just finished writing a brief history of the Episcopal sanctoral calendar for another blog (I’ll link when it goes up). I’ll be the first to tell you that the evolution of our Calendar has been both crazy and problematic. However, I’ve been seeing recommendations on Facebook and in other
The latest section of Psalming Christ is up over on Patreon. I’m demonstrating what a close reading of the text looks like, informed by the methods assumed by Benedict and taught by Cassiodorus. It starts like this… Cassiodorus, Benedict, and the anonymous Master are introducing their monks to a
The latest Liturgical Look Forward is up now for Proper 4!
I’m thinking back to yesterday and the conjunction of two different feasts, Corpus Christi and the Feast of the Visitation. It’s worth commenting on why two different sites—like the St. Bede’s Breviary and Daily Prayer—would choose one over the other. How do we think through these decisions theologically and what
The St. Bede’s Breviary is celebrating today as Corpus Christi as a local Feast of Our Lord with a commemoration of the Visitation. Forward Movement’s Daily Prayer is celebrating today as the Visitation. This is one of the possible conjunctions that had never occurred to me but which the liturgical
Setting the Scene The girls and I attend a home parish different from Mother M’s. That’s only because we wanted a stable location for the girls that had a strong youth program before M became a rector. It’s a very diverse parish ethnically, theologically, and liturgically; in many ways, I