jrovira at drew.edu
Mon Feb 23 20:53:29 EST 2004
I'm using work in a slightly different sense -- not by way of physical
effort for physical participation, but by way of my own
emotional/personal participation in the service, so that it "means"
something to me (following the concerns expressed about memorization).
In other words, meaning isn't easily transparent/available either
through liturgy or something more formless. I need to "put myself into
Funny quotation from your Friend.
gilliaca at jmu.edu wrote:
> In Epsicopal worship, we stand, we sit, we sing, we pray out
> loud in unison with the celebrant, we respond [The Lord be
> with you! And also with you! etc], stand to sing, to hear the
> Gospel read, kneel to pray ... we work!
> Often in other traditions the congregation sits, is prayed
> at, preached at [yes, we do that too], sits and sings, sits
> and listens to others singing - says/prays out loud very
> Of course, a friend of mine who is a Friend says, only
> Episcopalians could sing, with loud organ accomapniment, a
> hymn calling for all mortal flesh to be silent!
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