A friend of mine has jut sent to me this excerpt of a sermon by St
John Chrysostom (Doctor of the Church, born at Antioch, c. 347; died
at Commana in Pontus, 14 September, 407), which I think is very
actual. I hope nobody will remind me that we are in AD 2003, and that
for this reason St John Chrysostom is not applicable.
"The problems of the Church can be solved, but with the fear of God,
the faith and the love of the Divine Liturgy. Not by the coercion and
an attitude which hurts the conscience with no reason " (Sermon X-1