Here’s how this week’s arts and culture column begins:
The online Catholic journal One Peter Five recently ran a 1966 essay by Catholic writer Ida Friederike Görres (1901-1971), translated and with an introduction by Jennifer S. Bryson.
When does a person have a capacity for liturgy? Görres asked: a question at least as relevant today as it was 60 years ago.
She responded, in part:
- When he considers the worship of God to be an essential, necessary, irreplaceable, and central component of his faith and his religious existence: at least as important as serving others.
READ THE WHOLE PIECE HERE.