Apr 8th, 2020
Welcome back to the Theology of the Buddy podcast - Episode 50! In this episode, we are joined by Guinevere Christian of the Take a Chants on Me podcast to discuss how Novus Ordo parishes might begin incorporating more traditional musical elements in their liturgies and if Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI’s vision for a mutual enrichment of the two Forms of the Roman Rite can be realized. We also discuss the importance of the pursuit of joy in this crazy time. Pour yourself a drink and join us at the table - 6 feet apart please. We’re glad to have you here! Full shownotes found on www.theologyofthebuddy.com
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