“What about interfaith Christmas Chorales?”

14 Nov

What about interfaith Christmas Chorales?: http://youtu.be/zI-lS3Zm4I4

Last year in Forest Hills, Queens, NY, a Dear Friend was Scandalized by the Appearance of Protestant Ministers, 3 of them Women, reading scripture from the Catholic Pulpit, unto the point of asking “WHY are Heretics preaching here”, which upsets her deeply. She is a Convert from Greek Orthodoxy to the Catholic Faith. It was her 1st “Ecumenical Thanksgiving.”

Then again, the Protestants do not recognize The Sacred, Sacrificial Priesthood.


Sad! Fr Gruener and John Vennari warn about this.

Kyrie Elaison!

M, Eh!


5 Responses to ““What about interfaith Christmas Chorales?””

  1. Stephen Dalton 2014/11/14 at 20:25 #

    Even worst than interfaith chorales, are the use of Protestant songs like Amazing Grace. Remember the stink Voris raised two years back with that issue? The howls of Mark Shea and Dave Armstrong could be heard for miles protesting Voris’s objections to AG!

    • A Roaming Catholic 2014/11/14 at 20:39 #

      Stephen? I heartily agree with Michael Voris on this one, while Mark Shea and Dave Armstrong continue to hold onto their Protestant Memories. I recall the Jewish Choirs, and one Catholic Pastor decided to have his Music Director, put on something spectacular. I recall recording it a few years ago, where Palestrina’s “Sicut Cervus” was chanted in Latin, with the Mixed Congregations of Catholics, Protestants and Jews stood in sheer awe, amidst chants of “Bravo”and “Encore.”

      • Stephen Dalton 2014/11/15 at 15:17 #

        Say ARC, why do you always put a ? after my name? I’m not offended, I’m just curious.

      • A Roaming Catholic 2014/11/15 at 15:44 #

        Usually a habit as well as question, so don’t sweat it. I won’t be doing it in the future.

  2. A Roaming Catholic 2014/11/14 at 20:43 #

    This was at the Forest Hills Interfaith Council Thanksgiving Service and Party in Forest Hills, Queens, NY.

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