Episode 136: How about Liturgical Worship?

  • 00:00 – Introduction
  • 03:37 – Free-for-All (Most romantic means of transportation)
  • 11:43 – Main Topic (How about Liturgical Worship?)

In episode ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-SIX Mike is joined by Peter to discuss the role that liturgical worship may serve to answer some of modernity’s crises and why the draw to the historic liturgy crosses time and denominations. They take as their springboard the opinion piece penned by in the May 8, 2020 edition of the New York Times, entitled Christianity Gets Weird: Modern life is ugly, brutal and barren. Maybe you should try a Latin Mass. Before getting to the topic at hand, however, the guys try their hand at being romantic, as they try to think of the most romantic means of transportation (Mike might do slightly better than Peter in this one, but we’ll let you decide).

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