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Half way through the film “Of Gods And Men” the brothers hold a meeting to wrestle again with whether to remain in their monastery or flee to safety. They cannot agree and a final decision is postponed.

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Q: When liturgies no longer work how do we remain wholehearted? When old prayer forms don’t carry richness and resonance, how do we handle inbetween spaces?

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The thing about liturgy is that it has the capacity to teach us the fundamental skill for a healthy spiritual life.

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Andrew Sullivan posted a quote yesterday from an interview with Jamie Quatro in which she gives a beautiful rationale for the importance of liturgy in worship.

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Last night the architect Rodger Woods, who is retired from Woods Parker Architects in Calgary, (http://www.woodsparker.com/) spoke at St. Philip about the connection between church buildings and the community of faith that worships in those buildings.

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In the interest of expanding the voice of “In A Spacious Place”, I have invited Ernest Morrow to offer a post in this space as he feels moved.

The Lord be with you.
And also with you.

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In the interest of expanding the voice of “In A Spacious Place”, I have invited Ernest Morrow to offer a post in this space as he feels moved. Here is his first offering.

Is what happens in church a service or a liturgy?
Is a priest a presider or a celebrant at the Eucharist?
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From June 27-30 I was away in Parksville at a Diocesan Clergy Conference. Our sessions were led by Alan and Eleanor Kreider.
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