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I thought grown-up Catholics are supposed to listen to "Adeste Fidelis" (not the Anglicized version) and "Ave Maria."
Everything else was written by Lutherans or Jews, no?
Ken Houghton |
Friday, December 18, 2009 at 09:21 PM
Quite a few from Episcopals, Congregationalists ("O Little Town of Bethlehem" for one), and other mongrels as well. The Council of Trent has a lot to answer for, like stripping all the lovely pagan crossovers from Advent. Ken has a point -- isn't "Ave Maria" still on the menu? I'm sure Vince Guaraldi was confirmed as a kid, too.
El Jefe |
Saturday, December 19, 2009 at 01:14 PM
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