RE: [liturgy-l] intro?
- Dan Greer, Ontario, chorister, organist wannabe, perpetual lurker
Absolutely fascinated by the topic of liturgy and churchland in general and
the information available in the collective wisdom of the active posters to
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Gregory Stackpole, Boston, Student, Substitute
Teacher; I'm a lurker, and don't always have the time
I'd like to read (must less enter) the great
conversations you folks have.
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- I grew up in the Christian Reformed Church. In the mid-80s I was
involved with several clergy developing liturgical healing services
( Order of St. Luke ). Here I developed a deeper longing to
understanding and developing rich liturgy.
In 1999 was ordained a Deacon in the Reformed Catholic Church, in
2001 entered the priesthood.
Over the next 5 years we will be studying and developing our own
adaptation of liturgies. So this group should be quite helpful.
G. Peter David Posthumus, OPJB
"To contemplate - and to give to others: the fruits of contemplation."